Winchester Repeating Arms Catalog Library. Get your own free copy of the Winchester Repeating Arms Catalog. Order your copy of the printed Winchester Repeating Arms Catalog now. There is something about sitting down in a quiet place and thumbing through a real, printed Winchester catalog. The annual Winchester Repeating Arms catalog is a tradition dating back nearly a century. Although early catalogs would be considered mostly price sheets, Winchester soon provided product sheets and collections of products with details and sales points. Later, catalogs received artistic attention with illustrations, photos, and diagrams. In the last few decades, Winchester Repeating Arms catalogs have matured as a place to not only find great products but also to experience great illustrations and photographs that stir the anticipation of the hunt.
Uploading of these items now ongoing. Several new items recently listed on our sister website at www. More militaria now to be uploaded onto our sister website Bridgehead Militaria so please take a look: Updating Saturday 20th October. Always looking to buy quality militaria , single items or whole collections. Regards , Chris S.
The Modernized Model Alaskan Takedown The Alaskan is sold exclusively by Taylor’s & Co. Firearms as a modernized version of the famous Winchester Model fitted with a John Wayne-style, large-loop finger lever. The Alaskan is made for Taylor’s by ArmiSport Chiappa Firearms in Italy.
From the creators of the popular Weaphones series comes a new experience set in the time of black powder guns, outlaws and revolutionaries. Perhaps you fancy yourself a Civil War soldier hurrying to prime the pan and give fire on the unyielding Flintlock Rifle or maybe you just want to send a wall of lead out of the Pirate’s favorite weapon the Blunderbuss. All of this is just a download away.
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Winchester Model Dates of Production
During the year , the Board of Officers appointed in pursuance of the “Act of Congress, – approved June 6, – for the purpose of selecting a breech system for the military service of the United States,” reported in favor of the “Springfield” system. The minor details as to the caliber, form of chamber, ammunition, etc. In the following pages will be found a full description of this system in all its details, as adopted by the War Department.
The Springfield Rifle, Carbine.
The Model was followed by the Model (or “Centennial Model”), a larger version of the ’73, which utilized the same toggle-link action and brass cartridge elevator dating from the Henry. It was chambered for longer, more powerful cartridges such as WCF, WCF, and WCF.
What year was my Winchester manufactured? Serial Number Reference What year was my Winchester manufactured? These pages were scanned from documents compiled over the years by the customer service department of Winchester Repeating Arms. None of the page scans are of original documents but are simply transcribed information typed into a word processing program.
In general, this information is the same that you would get if you called our customer service department and asked them for the information. They use these documents as a reference and the documents should be limited to that use. Click the image below to download the PDF document containing the serial number date-range information on many Winchester firearms. You will need the Adobe Reader program to open this file. Adobe Reader is available free from Adobe.
A few reasons cited are: A fire at the factory Inadvertent destruction during office cleaning Records simply lost in filing Records misplaced between ownership transitions Documents borrowed but not returned There is probably some kernel of truth to all of them.
The Model 71 Winchester & the Cartridge
Collecting the American Sniper Rifle to by Joe Poyer A quick search of Ebay for anything related to sniper rifles—telescopic sights, mounts, manuals, cases, etc. The “chat rooms” are full of misinformation because there is very little reference material available. Collecting the American Sniper Rifle, to provides accurate information that will allow the collector to determine whether or not a particular rifle or telescopic part—or other accessory—is correct.
The book provides a detailed description of The books also contains a history of the development of each particular sniper rifle and telescopic sight.
THE CARTRIDGE COLLECTOR’S EXCHANGE. , the government arsenals were focused on production of the new cartridge, as the Model Springfield had just been selected as the standard for Army use in May of This is a rare box in one of the less commonly found calibers for the Winchester Model rifle. The better boxes (with.
Beginning January 1st, California law requires that all ammunition sales be conducted face-to-face, meaning no internet sales to California residents. Therefore, any ammunition being shipped to California address will need to be shipped to the address of a Federal Firearms Licensed dealer, either yourself if you are the licensed dealer, or to the licensed dealer who will handle the face-to-face transaction.
Home of the Old Ammo Guy’s Virtual Cartridge Trading Table Offering a wide range of antique, obsolete, and modern ammunition and related items for collectors Please note: Unless otherwise indicated, the pictures on this web site are my property, and should not be used by anyone without my permission. Cartridge boxes, guns, gun parts, powder flasks and cans, loading tools, and related items for sale or trade..
I will list here cartridge boxes and other gun and ammo related items as I get them in. Any boxes of cartridges listed here will be full and factory loaded cartridges unless indicated otherwise. These will usually be singles, but I will indicate if I have more than one if that is the case. When I do have more than one of an item, the one you receive may not necessarily be the same one pictured on this page, but any condition problems that differ from the pictured item will be discussed prior to finalizing the sale or trade.
The full crate held 25 of these cartons when originally found in the s by a gentleman in Utah, who sold a number of the cartons in the succeeding years at local gun shows.
White braid band a little grubby Patent leather black peak with brass edge. The pistol has a good working action. It has an overall grey patina. A good solid pistol but there has been some pitting- please see photo. In my opinion this does not detract from a desirable Colt New Line, especially as it has matching serial numbers and is a scarce two digit number.
Winchester Western Gun Safe 24 Mysterious rifle arrives at Cody Firearms Museum for TLC – Known as “The Gun that Won the West,” Hlebinsky called the Winchester Model possibly “the most iconic western firearm of all time,” which probably adds to the allure of the mystery.
In the s, I had a hundred. These cases had such tiny rims on them, they often popped right off the RCBS shellholder when trying to extract them from the sizing die. After about five such incidents on day, I dragged out my Lee Loader and sized them in that, because the sized cases are removed by knocking them out with a rod.
No shellholder is required. In my cartridge collection I have some black powder. They also have very slight rims.
New with tags Location: Made in the USA. I do not use hobby grade leather!
Collecting the American Sniper Rifle to by Joe Poyer. A quick search of Ebay for anything related to sniper rifles—telescopic sights, mounts, manuals, cases, etc.—illustrates the collecting “frenzy” for sniper rifles, both old and new.
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THE CARTRIDGE COLLECTOR
Share Late Latin limbus a word of Teutonic derivation, meaning literally “hem” or “border,” as of a garment, or anything joined on cf. Italian lembo or English limb. In theological usage the name is applied to a the temporary place or state of the souls of the just who, although purified from sin, were excluded from the beatific vision until Christ’s triumphant ascension into Heaven the “limbus patrum” ; or b to the permanent place or state of those unbaptized children and others who, dying without grievous personal sin, are excluded from the beatific vision on account of original sin alone the “limbus infantium” or “puerorum”.
In literary usage the name is sometimes applied in a wider and more general sense to any place or state of restraint, confinement, or exclusion, and is practically equivalent to “prison” see, e.
In Oliver Winchester bought control of New Haven Arms Company and changed the name to the Winchester Repeating Arms Company. Model , called the Yellow Boy lever action, was the first gun.
Design[ edit ] The Model was the first Winchester rifle to feature a box magazine located underneath the action instead of the tubular magazine design, which had remained fundamentally unchanged from the Winchester This allowed the rifle to safely chamber military and hunting cartridges with spitzer pointed bullets. The M was also the last of the lever-action rifles to be designed by John Browning , and featured a rear locking bolt as in his previous designs dating back to the Winchester The M is the strongest lever-action rifle Winchester has produced, designed to handle the increased pressures generated by the more powerful smokeless powder cartridges entering common use at the time of its introduction.
By serial number , it is thought that the last of the flat sided M s left the factory. These early rifles are now exceedingly rare. The United States ordered 10, in caliber. Many parts were marked “K.