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For all of the many people who collect the Model 1894/94, this information should be both very enlightening and useful, and I highly encourage everyone to save a copy of it. (162,568) 1:5 (22.80%) was a 38-55 (80,734) 1:9 (11.31%) was a 32-40 (40,023) 1:9 (10.45%) was a 25-35 W. By the end of the year 1935, Madis' published DOM list and the PRSRB records only differ by just (17) serial numbers (1099625 versus 1099608), but they rapidly begin to diverge in the ensuing years. Carbine - serial number 22967, 8-27-1902 (by serial number order) 32 W. Carbine - serial number 142889, 5-10-1902 (by date order) The above information should allow anyone with a letterable Model 1894 (serial 1 - 353999) to very closely estimate the DOM.

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In: Winchester Firearms [Edit categories] [Improve] Answer You can contact the Records Office of Cody Firearms Museum at the Buffalo Bill Historical Center.

The Cody Firearms Museum holds the records of 3.5 million individual Winchester firearms and many LC Smith and Marlin firearms.

Also, the numbers given by Kennedy, attributed to Madis, for 1951 - 1962 are those given by "Others," not Madis.

I regard the Winchester Polishing Room records as hearing from the horse's mouth, and think this May 2010 post bears repeating here: * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * FWIW, Bert Hartman has been a Moderater on Gunbrokers "Ask the experts" for many years.

Undoubtedly, all of the caliber, and the Rifle versus Carbine production number ratios would change drastically if the records were available for serial numbers 354,000 - 2,600,298. For the years 1894 through 1945, the DOMs published by George Madis (and copied/republished by nearly every other reference book or internet website) do not agree with the original surviving factory records (the factory warehouse ledgers and the PRSRB records), and they are inaccurate by nearly four years in the 1896 - 1914 timeframe.

The Polishing Room Serialization Record Books (PRSRBs) which contain nothing more than just the serial number, fortunately survive up to serial number 1,352,066, which was manufactured on December 29th, 1945. Winchester began producing Model 94s at an accelerated pace starting in 1935.

These serial number figures assume an equal number produced each year of these gaps in the record.

** 1963 saw the end of the classic Winchesters made with hand-finished cast parts.

It is up to the collector to make the best use of this data that they can.

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