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Author:  Superlifer03 [ Tue Jan 03, 2012 12:21 pm ]
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Winchester 12, 12 Ga 2 3/4, 30" full, vent rib, checkered stock, real nice walnut, jeweled bolt and lifter, red Winchester recoil pad, guns is used, but looks real good, minor dings and scratches. Hairline cracks on stock on both sides of receiver S/N Y2020xxx. What was this gun made for? Trap? Ducks?

Winchester 12, 12 ga 2 3/4, 28" mod, plain walnut, plain barrel, well used but works great. S/N 1629xxx

Thanks. Dean

Author:  Ole Cowboy [ Tue Jan 03, 2012 6:12 pm ]
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First gun as made in 1972 or 73. One of the "Y" series. Sounds like a Trap Gun but could be a Field Gun, depends on the stock dimensions.

Second gun was made in 1955.

Author:  JTugwell [ Mon Jan 23, 2012 5:07 pm ]
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Hello, I just purchased my first Super X Model 1 Winchester, and I am very curious to its age. It is a 12 gauge field model, 28" modified choke barrel with rib (screw type), checkered stock, walnut wood, serial #M56116.

Thank You!

Author:  Ole Cowboy [ Mon Jan 23, 2012 6:07 pm ]
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Well, there is no good serial # list for the SX1.
They were made from 1974 to 1984. Just less than 90000 were made.
Your gun was likely made about 1980 or so.

Author:  JTugwell [ Mon Jan 23, 2012 7:04 pm ]
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ok thanks. ive been looking around for a while, and couldnt turn up anything either. what got me was the new gas seal design, but still having a bolt on rib.

Author:  basselete [ Sun Jan 29, 2012 9:55 am ]
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just bought a winchester sx1 serial number m80997 it has a feild grade stock and forarm a 26 inch barrel with a ic choke. does anybody know date of manufacturing?

Author:  Ole Cowboy [ Sun Jan 29, 2012 9:59 am ]
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Read above.

Author:  coldduc1 [ Sat Feb 04, 2012 9:31 pm ]
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md_beatt wrote:
Value and/or date of mfg help us help you, will need:
Model #, barrel(s) length, choke(s), plain, solid rib, vent rib, stlye of stocks, plain walnut, checkered, to date it will need the S/N like this 654xxx or 1566xxx you get the idea.
Note: dating a Post 64 gun is not as easy as the pre 64 guns. Not much has been published.
Regards Dave



Ranger model 140 12ga 28" vent rib with winchoke
checkered wood stock s/n L527988
tony

Author:  Ole Cowboy [ Sat Feb 04, 2012 11:21 pm ]
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No records available. They were serialized with the Model 1400s.
Serial #s started at 100000 in 1964.
By January 1980, 750,000 guns had been made, I would suggest your gun was made in the early to mid '70s.

Author:  coldduc1 [ Sun Feb 05, 2012 9:07 am ]
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thanks for the info
now if I can just find a forend that isn't cracked....... on my second replacement
this one split in the gun safe during storage..
does the 1400 stock & forend interchange?
tony

Author:  wyobulldog [ Sun Feb 05, 2012 4:38 pm ]
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I am looking for date of manufacture on the gun I just bought....

Winchester Model 101 Diamond Grade Trap
2 Barrel sets, unsingle 34" with high rib, double barrel 30" with vent rib
Top barrel on double is fixed choke full, bottom barrel and unsingle both take Win-chokes
Both barrel sets stamped Japan
Serial Number: DG534907E

Thanks for any info you can give!
Shayne

Author:  Ole Cowboy [ Mon Feb 06, 2012 10:49 pm ]
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Mid to late '80s. Hard to pin it down much closer.

Author:  wyobulldog [ Tue Feb 07, 2012 12:17 am ]
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Ole Cowboy, thanks for the info. I called Winchester today and the guy I talked to said they didn't have much info on the Diamond grade guns. All he could tell from the serial number was that it was shipped to somewhere in Illinois. Thanks again!

Author:  tdavidk76 [ Sat Feb 11, 2012 5:22 pm ]
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I have two I would like more info on. Mostly just manufacture date.

Model 42-SN:912xx, full choke, plain barrel

Super X1-SN:M637xx, 28" Modified barrel with VR marked "Simmons Gun Specialties Inc. Kansas City MO", Field model but better than average wood.

Thanks!

Author:  Danilo84 [ Tue Feb 14, 2012 9:18 am ]
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Hello.

I have a Winchester 1300 Defender S/N L2456453.

What is the year of manufacture of this rifle?

Regards Daniel

Author:  AndyK [ Tue Feb 14, 2012 5:24 pm ]
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I have a Winchester Model 12 16 ga., from what I have found it was made in 1948, under the serial number on the receiver the gun is stamped skeet and it has two barrels one marked ws-1 and the other marked Imp. Mod.

Was curious of the approximate value of this gun.

Thanks,

Author:  threepdr [ Tue Mar 20, 2012 12:08 pm ]
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Winchester Model 50. 28 inch plain, full choke barrel. Checkered walnut stock. Excellent to like new condition. I don't have the serial number. Would like to know approximate value and date range when the Model 50s were produced. Thanks!

Author:  rhinonewshooter [ Tue May 08, 2012 9:50 pm ]
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Winchester 101. Solid rib. 30 inch tubes. tubes were marked full/full but Briley installed their thin walled chokes. Japanese manufactured and the engraving along with the checkering appears to have been done by hand. The walnut stock had been stained to address a bit of sapwood in the butt. Serial 81xxx. For what it's worth, Keith Heeg installed an adjustable comb and butt plate as well.

I know 101s are currently being sold, but they appear to be of a different manufacturing (reciever looks different). Are there any other differences or are they largely interchangeable.

Author:  Chrisbradley_2001 [ Tue Jun 05, 2012 6:06 pm ]
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Winchester 1200 approximate date of mfg please. SN L8725xx

Author:  gatewayad [ Thu Jun 07, 2012 3:06 pm ]
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http://www.flickr.com/photos/[email protected]/7164093179/
Hi First post, Just picked up a Ted Williams model 200 20 ga P320326
looks almost new just curious as to age and a few questions
so it is basically a Winchester 1200 or 1300, it has a 28" barrel vented but no choke
it says 3 CHAM MOD
does that mean it has been modified to shoot 3" shells and if so will it still shoot 2 3/4" shells
also without the choke I am assuming it's safe to shoot slugs and did some of them come without the choke?
thanks in advance for the help

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