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All Rifles Gear Learn News. Subscribe To The Magazine. More Articles From Other. November 03, Sign Me Up. David M. Winchester Model in. Lever-Action Winchester Model in. Scott Rupp. Hi Hope it's ok to tag onto this thread yet another serial number date request.
I have a Winchester Model 70 Sporter Varmint. I'm assuming it' has a twist rate of ? Would you be able to help please? Looking for any help in finding year of a Winchester Model 70 Classic Featherweight model Gxx was made that I just bought. It also has a black packmyr decelerator pad and not the typical red.
I have a model new haven Win Model 70 in wsm that has the balck packmyr pad, but not sure when Winchester started putting these on model 70's. Any help greatly appreciated on dating the year made would be greatly appreciated. There isn't a lot of accurate info out there. But if it is a Classic with a SN that low It almost has to be 1st year production, or I'd think.
Most anything with 6 digit SN's are made prior to , 7 digits are guns. I've never seen a 5 digit SN. That is probably as close as you're going to get. The stock, or the pad may not be original. Originally Posted by failure2fire. Originally Posted by raybass. I try to stick with the basics, they do so well. Nothing fancy mind you, just plain jane will get it done with style. You want to see an animal drop right now?
Shoot him in the ear hole. Failure, Are you sure on that barrel length? Originally Posted by AKwolverine. Now come on, he said it was "rare". A featherweight with a 22" tube isn't "rare" Originally Posted by bsahunter. Yep, a 7 digit M70 with the dark stock and slabbed bolt shroud at the safety. Only unusual thing is the red recoil pad, rather than black. They were likely using up what was left of the red inventory before going to black.
Perhaps this is an early 7 digit model? Hey folks need help figuring out the year on a m70 supergrade in. First 4 is g It is a 5 digit serial. Reason: CL. CS - custom shop. Not enough coffee! Here's another for your viewing pleasure, and a little less money.
Red pad, 24" barrel. From the input shown on this thread, I'm guessing ' manuf? Thanks for any effort toward nailing this one down. I have never set myself up as either. Originally Posted by Tahnka. I have never been able to find a listing of serial numbers vs years for the G series model 70's can someone give me a manufacture date on my model 70 Fwt.
Thanks in advance - drover. Originally Posted by drover. So, it designated the CRF, not the barrel contour. Lots of variations of classic - classic stainless, classic featherweight, classic sporter, classic sm, etc. But I repeat myself. I found a push feed, Featherweight in 6. Was these good quality years at Winchester Northern Va.
Originally Posted by sqweeler. Dogwood Tree Capital of Texas. Been told it is a manufacture Going to look at a M70 CRF Stainless with Classic engraved on the side of the barrel in a black "tupperware" stock that is supposed to have made made sometime in the early '90's.
Does that sound about right? Owner sez he bought it, sighted it in and put it away in storage. Just got pics and the SR is GXX and the gun looks brand new with no wear apparent on the black butt pad that is legible in the pics and says USRAC in the tiny print on the outside of the circle.
So my? Thanks Ron. Politicians are just like diapers, they need to be changed often and regularly for the same reason Robin Williams. Originally Posted by verhoositz. Do you recall what year? And then there were the custom classics Bringing this thread back up hoping someone can help me out, I've looked around the net and can't narrow a production year down on my model 70 but guessing early 90's??
Thanks for any help guys. ETA: I just found a site that lists serial numbers up to It appears this rifle was made in Does this sound correct? Pretty happy to have found a nice 5 digit with very minimal damage. Can anyone tell me the year? Also, does anyone know where I could get a stainless cap to replace the black one.
Love the new ss supergrades and the silver cap they have put a nice touch to it! Originally Posted by Bricktop. Then STFU. The rest of your statement is superflous bullshit with no real bearing on this discussion other than to massage your own ego. Originally Posted by 79S. Print Thread Switch to Threaded Mode. Key: Admin , Global Mod , Mod. All Rights Reserved. Powered by UBB. PHP: 7. Previous Thread. Next Thread. Thanks If there is any proof of a man in a hunt it is not whether he killed a deer or elk but how he hunted it.
Early 90's, roughly "Dear Lord, save me from Your followers". Talk is cheap. It takes money to buy whiskey. FOsteology Campfire 'Bwana. Letters came after Nope "Dear Lord, save me from Your followers". When the tailgate drops the BS stops. THanks If there is any proof of a man in a hunt it is not whether he killed a deer or elk but how he hunted it. I thought G's were custom shop jobs? Joined: Apr Posts: 2, Coastal N. N Notropis Campfire Guide.
Originally Posted by ehunter mudstud it is a classic FW 06 serial number G? Originally Posted by ehunter I only made that comment because of the negatives for the rifles that were made just as they were shuting down the factory. Push feed, about Originally Posted by winchester70 Originally Posted by ehunter I only made that comment because of the negatives for the rifles that were made just as they were shuting down the factory.
Something clever here. Quote Early 90's, roughly Not if it has a 6 digit serial. Early 90's guns have 5 digit serials. Winchester70, Thanks for the information. Thank you very much! No problem. Glad to help Take kids shooting and hunting. Originally Posted by Gringo Loco Hmm, since ehunter has his answer, thought I'd try to piggyback on his thread.
Thanks w Originally Posted by Hook Here is another one. Must be a special order, or rebarrel. Joined: Apr Posts: N. Originally Posted by guy Hook - the guy is correct. Yes the was produced in the early 80's, however the serial number he provided, Gxxxx, means the receiver he has is from the early 90's. Joined: Dec Posts: 41 Kamloops, B.
Originally Posted by Skunk If possible, I'd like to get in on this. Thank you Winchester Thank you very much win WTF and Lansend, both your rifles are of vintage. Thanks very much, Winchester 70! What about this rifle? Joined: Feb Posts: 28 C cottontopbill Member. Do as I say do, not as I do! Joined: Aug Posts: 3, N. Ontario 1OntarioJim Campfire Guide. Thank you for the link. I like the. Joined: Jun Posts: Vermont U. O oneoldsap Campfire Regular. Joined: Jan Posts: 97 7 7x57Fan Member.
I guess mid 80's??? Cheers 7mm. Never mind. Only works on old ones. Joined: Aug Posts: 1, lapine oregon baltz Campfire Ranger. Thanks, twofish The anti American Constitutional party Democrat. Cheers 7mm The anti American Constitutional party Democrat. Thanks, twofish Thanks baltz. I have been unable to figure it out. When I first started looking I read that the G prefix numbers started around but the numbers were much higher that mine. I read somwhere else that that at some point Winchester dropped back and began to use the lower, 5 and 6 digit numbers with the G prefix.
Anyway, could you tell me where you located the info. It was driving me nuts. Originally Posted by mudstud ehunter, It might help if you would describe the rifle you actually have, but without that, a G34XXXX note: a 6 digit number following the "G" would have been manufactured in about Great info.
Joined: Nov Posts: whelenndealin Campfire Regular. Early 80's. Thanks never thought about it. Thanks again! A serial number and I could put a year on it. Originally Posted by failure2fire hello folks! After you get it, post it in the Winchester collectors forum here.
I'm sure there are a lot of guys that would like to check out your rifle. Like the shop owner said, it is pretty rare. Probably a very nice rifle. Redneck here could probably tell you more about the rifle. I believe he likes that style.. Originally Posted by raybass I try to stick with the basics, they do so well. Originally Posted by Pharmseller You want to see an animal drop right now? P BSA.
Originally Posted by bsahunter Now come on, he said it was "rare". Originally Posted by failure2fire thank you very much winchester Personally, I saw too many 7 digit examples that turned me off quality wise, plus I really don't like the very dark walnut finish. But that doesn't mean yours isn't a good one.
It does still have the best factory hunting trigger ever made, and if the function is fine and the looks suit you, enjoy it. Originally Posted by winchester70 Originally Posted by failure2fire thank you very much winchester Originally Posted by failure2fire ended up being a 22 tagged 24 on the box They were all mismarked in that time period.
Custom shop. Gxx would also be early 90's Take kids shooting and hunting. You are correct. Thanks in advance - drover Rem, my favorite cartridge - you can't argue with truckloads of dead PD's and gophers. Originally Posted by drover I have never been able to find a listing of serial numbers vs years for the G series model 70's can someone give me a manufacture date on my model 70 Fwt.
Thanks in advance - drover Classic from Originally Posted by failure2fire g any info guys? Originally Posted by winchester70 Originally Posted by drover I have never been able to find a listing of serial numbers vs years for the G series model 70's can someone give me a manufacture date on my model 70 Fwt. It sure was easier figuring out the pre's. Thanks, drover Rem, my favorite cartridge - you can't argue with truckloads of dead PD's and gophers.
Originally Posted by drover Originally Posted by winchester70 Originally Posted by drover I have never been able to find a listing of serial numbers vs years for the G series model 70's can someone give me a manufacture date on my model 70 Fwt. Thanks, drover Classics were made as Sporters and Featherweights. Does it not say "Classic Stainless" on the right side of the barrel? Originally Posted by winchester70 Originally Posted by drover Originally Posted by winchester70 Originally Posted by drover I have never been able to find a listing of serial numbers vs years for the G series model 70's can someone give me a manufacture date on my model 70 Fwt.
I am away from home for the next weeks but will check it when I get back. The time frame seems right though. I appreciate you providing the information - thank you very much. OK, thanks. Originally Posted by Steelhead I've read '69 is when they started with the G but it's only something I read someplace. According to George Madis in his dates of manufacture book the G serial numbers began in My 5 digit is up for sale in the classifieds.
Semper Fi. Joined: Feb Posts: 3, L. S sqweeler Campfire Guide. How about G ? Originally Posted by sqweeler How about G ? How about this one? G Thanks in advance! Originally Posted by failure2fire How about this one? Originally Posted by verhoositz Going to look at a M70 CRF Stainless with Classic engraved on the side of the barrel in a black "tupperware" stock that is supposed to have made made sometime in the early '90's. Just saw your edit. Originally Posted by AKwolverine Just saw your edit.
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Does anyone know what is correct? Also I did a search over at Cody and I believe if I try to do a Cody letter on it, it will not show anything of where this serial shipped will it? Depending on what the last two digits of the serial number are, it will either be late August, or early September The letter from Cody will only give you the date the serial number was applied, nothing more.
Only dating reference I have is a list of numbers published in the Nov. I can't afford it! Bert H. No doubt about it, this is the correct information no matter what you read on other serial websites. This is the current and validated info for when the serial number was applied to the rifle and it became a "firearm". Other previously published dates are more subjective and some are based on when it was "sold" which is irrelevant to the actual serial number as they were not shipped in serial order from the warehouse.
Since I now know the Rifleman chronology I'd been going by is off-base, what is the correct date of mfg. Brl is dated '36, but I know that has nothing to do with the date of assembly. NOTE: new posts are subject to administrator approval before being displayed.
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December 15, pm. WACA Member. Member Since: December 13, But perhaps this page can help you somewhat in your research. Records for rifles produced after have not been released. However you can call Winchester Firearms directly to inquire about the date of production on your rifle. Winchester can be reached directly at Using the information above you should be able to determine when your Model 70 was produced.
And as such follow the chart below for part availability. Winchester made 3 different style bolts for the Winchester model Each of these bolt use different parts, so it is important to understand which bolt you have in your rifle. Use the figures below to determine which bolt you have. And as shown in Figure 1 a retaining pin for the ejector is visible from the outside. Also shown in figure 2 is that a push feed bolt has a completely inletted bolt face.
While the extractor is the most common way to identify this bolt style you can also look at the bolt face figure 4 and see that it does not have a small extractor, and does not include an ejector. As seen in figure 5 there is not a long "claw" extractor. And in figure 6 you can see that the bolt uses the small style extractor, but the bolt face is not completely inletted. The 1 piece, the 2 piece, and the DBM detachable box magazine versions. These are each in addition to having a blind magazine, which requires nothing accept a trigger guard.
And each Model 70 stock requires the use of a specific floor plate assembly. To determine which floor plate assembly you may have, or to see which assembly you may need use the figures below. The 1 piece trigger guard and floor plate assembly is exactly as it sounds. The trigger guard and the floor plate hinge are a solid piece of metal. With only the floor plate itself being a seperate component figure 5.
This assembly also only requires 2 action or trigger guard and floor plate screws. The 2 piece trigger guard and floor plate assembly is two completely independant components figure 6. The trigger guard attaches itself seperately with two screws, while the floor plate attaches with yet another screw. This is easily identified, by a lack of floor plate, and a magazine release.
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