Dating winchester model 70 serial number
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70, 71, 72, 74, 75, 77, 88, 100, 190, 250, 270, 290 Reposting this to this thread so it doesn't get lost: I've been asked more than once, why almost all the sources for Winchester manufacture dates, for all the various models of Winchesters, is flawed.
This is the answer in short, with the reason for the importance of correcting it.
Some unknown hero had the forethought to record the records on microfilm.
Bert and others painstakingly transferred all the microfilm to jpeg. The Polishing room is when and where each receiver got it's serial number. Depending on production demands, some serialed receivers made late in the year, "may have been" assembled and sold early in the next year.
It's been know for years that his info was incorrect, but until now, no one has done anything to correct it. Bruce, I'll have to ask Bert about your serial number to be sure, but I "think" some of those may have been parts clean up. The S/N is stamped on the bottom of the reciever where the barrel mates & on the bottom of the trigger guard. I have the newly updated dates of manufacture, and production numbers for Winchesters. Interesting note, in the following year, only 477 were produced. Where on the stock is the serial number, and how was it applied?
Even now, The Blue Book still refuses to correct their data. Right now I have early 1949, with 20,860 made that year. Larry Shennum and Bert Hartman just compiled these dates from the Winchester Polishing Room records, and miles of microfilm converted to jpg. The dates in the Blue Book, and any you find online, are based on the Madis data, and are severely flawed. :eek: Post the model and serial number, use X's if you're worried about that stuff, but give me at least the first 3 digits, and I'll give you the DOM, and production numbers if I have them. Win m1911 12ga shotgun #(a)136xx Thank you Unfortunately, your Model 1911 was one model that was serialized, and no reliable records have been found as of yet.:( All I have on it is, they were made between 19, with a total of 82,744 made.
I have joined with some others, with a determined mission to set the record straight..Winchester at a time if we have to. I have a Model 1873 carbine that reportedly came off a ranch Oregon that is brown and worn and looks like it is was used to hunt Wooly Mammoths during the last Ice Ages. Cleaned it up, replaced the stock with an original, and was surprised to find the action locked up tight as new! I learned a valuable lesson the hard way about 73's, while checking for function before I shot it. 295951B, made 1889, 38,651 made that year, PR records on both.
:o : Dok, I'll try you :) model 54 30-06 with a Stainless barrel sn:31584a I the past i was under the impression it was a 1929? There was a standard, carbine, sniper, and super grade. Next time I talk to him, I'll see what he has for you. I would imagine a std grade, barrel is aprox 24", prolly was blackened @ one point, now raw stainless ( how i got it) has 2 tapped drill holes on side of rear receiver, drilled & tapped for redfield one piece mount on top (3 holes) currently has nikon monarch on it. And 122 years later, it was made well enough that it's still here, and probably in working condition. :mad: I picked up a nice little Remington #4 Rolling Block Takedown chambered in .22 short and long.
but I have zero data how many model 54's came with a stainless barrel, let alone that year, and thank you Made early 1930, 3395 made that year. I don't have any info on the stainless barrels, but I know Bert dug up some. gadjeep, one of Bert's cohorts is doing a survey on 1892's like Bert has on the 1885's and 1894's. Think about it for a minute, how many other tools in your house right now are 122 yrs old? images, taken from deteriorating microfilm.:eek: From the pics, theres not a lot of difference between a stand and super grade, but the super grade appears to have a ramp front sight with a hood, a monte carlo stock, and a ebony or tenite forend cap.thank you!! The CB longs were okay, but the Hi Speed shorts worked better.
iin your spare time, if you happen to remember, how many ss were made would be totally awesome!! freonr22, just got off the phone with Bert, man talk about information overload!
:eek: You get him started on Winchester stuff and your head will explode!