Probably only from a collectors stand point????, the later ones are as good as the early ones, the design never changed, supposedly the only ones that aren't that desirable are the last year of production as fit and finish went down as the workers didn't seem to care as they knew they would soon be out of work??I suppose that real Winchesters are preferable in comparison with USRAC?
That's a really fine vintage - 1958 is probably the best one in the entire 20th century. And I think, that I should surely know, as I am self born then.Wait a minute I was 16 in 74...Darn CRS (Can't Remember S--T)syndrome it's hard to remember......
Thanks for your inputs!
Are there any differences between production years? I suppose that real Winchesters are preferable in comparison with USRAC? Anything else to consider?
I've got my mind set on a 9422M w/o that cross bolt safety through the receiver.
Do they have steel receivers?