What year is a Model 94 Winchester 30 30?

1894
30 Winchester Center Fire cartridge was first marketed in 1895 for the Winchester Model 1894 lever-action rifle. The . 30-30 (thirty-thirty), as it is most commonly known, and the .

Which Winchester Model 12 do I have?

If the barrel is fitted with a hand guard and there is a bayonet lug, and the gun is parkerized, You have a Model 12 Trench Gun. If the barrel on your Model 12 is 20″, the metal is blued, and there is no hand guard or bayonet lug, You have a Model 12 Riot Gun.

What is the most popular Winchester rifle?

The Winchester Model 1894 rifle (also known as the Winchester 94 or Model 94) is a lever-action repeating rifle that became one of the most famous and popular hunting rifles of all time.

How many rounds does a Winchester 94?

The Winchester Model 94 . 30–30 caliber carbine version with a 20″ barrel holds 5 rounds in the tube magazine and 1 round in the chamber. The full size rifle version holds 7 rounds in the magazine and one in the chamber.

When was the first Winchester Winchester rifle made?

What year was my Winchester manufactured? (Serial Number Reference) Winchester Firearms Manufacturing Dates by Serial Number and Year 1866 through the early 1990s

What’s the serial number on a Winchester rifle?

(Serial Number Reference) What year was my Winchester manufactured? (Serial Number Reference) What year was my Winchester manufactured? (Serial Number Reference) Below is the download link for a special resource for dating Winchester firearms.

When was the Winchester Repeating Arms brand made?

Before the 1990s the Winchester Repeating Arms firearms brand transferred ownership several times. Any information before the 1990s is always difficult to verify. In general, only serial number ranges with an approximate year are provided in this document.

How are the dates on a Winchester collector determined?

To the maximum extent possible, the dates of manufacture shown were obtained from the original Winchester Factory Polishing Room serialization records; otherwise estimates were made using multiple sources of information (e.g. George Madis, Ned Schwing, etc.), in which case the data was extrapolated to the best of our ability.