WTT OR Winchester pre 64 30-30

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  1. Cesar

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    I have a pre 64 Winchester in 30-30 cal. I posted this gun a while ago but never got a chance to meet someone to make the transaction. It’s available now and in great condition giving the age that it is. I am upgrading to a new shotgun so could trade it for a semi auto shotgun can add cash if needed. May be open to other trades. Located in clackamas Oregon.
    503890threenine57

    Would like to trade for (would add cash if needed)
    Berretta A300, A400, Urico
    Browning shotguns
    Benelli

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  2. Joe13

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    Price?
     
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  3. Tim McClure

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    Serial?
     
  4. Cesar

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    123xxxx, I would rather not post the whole thing. It was manufactured in 1943-44

     
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  5. Tim McClure

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    No need to post it all, thanks!
     
  6. Stomper

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    I have one in the same vintage.... they’re neat, for sure!

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  7. Cesar

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    Yes they are great guns. If I can’t find the right gun I will just keep it
     
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  8. Tim McClure

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    I was hoping it was a 53, I already have a nice 43, and a mint 63
     
  9. Cesar

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    Nice! Good luck
     
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    PM sent
     
  11. Cesar

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    Will take $700 cash.
    Also have a Remington 1100 I would sell for $400. Message me for pictures. Thanks.
     
  12. Medic!

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    I'm trying to understand why the front barrel band is in front of the front sight?
    It looks as though the barrel on this rifle is off an earlier SRC ?
     
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  13. Cesar

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    I don’t know what you mean by that but I can tell you the rifle is 100% original and everything matches up. For those who are interested I will be sending you more detailed pictures when I get off work. Thanks!


     
  14. Tim McClure

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    looks like an Eastern carbine. My 43 has the sight in front of the band, with a sight hood
     
  15. Cesar

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    Okay thanks, not familiar with the 94 very much, So all info is appreciated
     
  16. Tim McClure

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    Winchester made your style of rifle until around 1942, It is basically a saddle ring carbine without the saddle ring. Collectors call them Eastern Carbines. They're are fairly common, and not rare.
     
  17. Medic!

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    I have not seen a ''Western carbine'' made after about 1932. Around serial number 1083400.
    The same time that ramped front sights, and proof steel barrel stated being used.



    In any case the year the barrel was made is stamped on the flat on the bottom of the barrel just in front of the receiver. You need to move the front stock and tube out of the way to see it. ;)
     
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  18. Mark W.

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    Would like a photo of the other side of it.
     
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