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    Posted 10 years ago

    conceal1
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    how can one determine the date of a gun like this. it looks old but i have not seen any dates.
    model 94-30-30-win- made in new haven conn

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    Comments

    1. lowspeed, 10 years ago
      There should be a serial number on the front edge of the bottom of the receiver. Winchester records will tell you what year this rifle was produced.
    2. fhrjr2 fhrjr2, 10 years ago
      Looks like a 94 but in bad shape. As stated above the serial number can be traced to date it. The half click hammer safety on them was really bad but they were a great and accurate close work gun or brush gun.
    3. conceal1 conceal1, 10 years ago
      Thank u lowspeed, and fhrjr2 for your help
    4. buckeye buckeye, 10 years ago
      I believe you have a 1970's Winchester 94. The little pin behind the trigger is a safety. The handle must be Squeezed to depress the pin to allow the rifle to be fired. These were produced in the early 70's.

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