This Angle Eject redesign was produced in 1983 at about serial number 5,300,000.The Winchester Model 94 was produced by Winchester Repeating Arms Company through 1980 and then by U. Repeating Arms under the Winchester brand until they ceased to manufacture rifles in 2006.Does anybody have an idea on a good selling price for the gun? thanks Because there's so much interest in Winchester rifles here is a time line. In the Historical guns section, the Model 1885 High Wall comes is offered in all three WSM calibers, and the Low Wall model is offered in 17 Mach 2 caliber.FAQ Q What is the historical timeline for Winchester firearms? 1866 Oliver Winchester buys control of New Haven Arms Company and changes name to the Winchester Repeating Arms Company. The Model 94 lever action is now available in a Trails End Hunter model, with a round or octagon barrel.
The only difference in the Ranger model was that they didn't have a walnut stock and the finish was different.Hello Bob, Your Model 94 is not a true Winchester... leased the rights to use the trademarked Winchester name for a 25-year period begining in early 1981 (when they bought the original Winchester factory in New Haven, Conn from Olin Industries). Do you know the year this firearm was made and what ir my be worth? The only difference in the Ranger model was that they didn't have a walnut stock and the finish was different. Hello, Just wondering about what you said about the serial numbers, etc. One more ill-advised rude comment from you will result in a one way trip off of this forum permanently. - Admin I'll take all of the 0 model 94's that you've got.