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Old 03-30-2017, 05:45 PM
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I have been searching without any luck for post 1990s 94 Mod serial number date of manufacture. Has anyone compiled a list of DOM for these years? I'm a little surprised how difficult this search has been.

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Welcome to the forum !

Winchester themselves has only released SN/DOM lists for the Model 1894/94 from 1894 to 1991.

If an individual needs to know the DOM of an SN outside of those limits, AFAIK the only way to obtain that information is for the inquirer to contact Winchester's Customer Service with the SN.

There were plenty of Model 94's made from SN 6008296 in 1991 to about (estimated) SN 7000000 or SN 7100000 in 2006.

In 2006, all records from USRAC were turned over to BATF upon the closing of the New Haven factory, and BATF isn't talking.



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That explains it...thanks.
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What is the serial number of interest?
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Seen this before, some Dude post a couple of time and then is never heard from again.
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Good Morning, I am new to the site and stumbled across this thread. It so happens that I recently came home with a Win Model 94 that I have not been able to date. It is a newer one and I picked it up in a package deal. I hear you guys saying that I need to contact Winchester directly and I will do that.

She's in kinda rough shape but I think some tender care and a good cleaning will help a lot. I HATE the way some guns get treated. The other one in the package is a Marlin Model 60 in pretty good shape. They musta ran out of gun oil before they could clean the 94.

I thought I was gonna show a pic of these ladies that came home with me, but it says I can't do that. I am a new user so I guess I understand.

BTW, the serial number on the 94 lever gun is 615XXXX, if anybody has the secret squirrel code to this deal.

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I have the "secret squirrel" code. Your rifle was made in 1993 late or 1994 early. Most probably a late '93 model.
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Thank You very much JBledsoe....You are a kind man.

This is my second Win 94. I started out picking up Marlin 336's and I guess I just really like the lever action rifles. I like the way they look and feel in my hands. I've had long conversations about how the they are inherently dangerous for a newbie to handle. I think that's one reason why I'm able to pick them up at a reasonable price.

I am a safety fanatic and I will admit that I've had one negligent discharge with a weapon in my tenure. And yes, it was a lever action rifle. Keep your digits away from the trigger. Practice, Practice, Practice.

And....How do achieve rank to post attachments? Is it simply a post count thing?
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For this forum's pic posting tutorial, please go the the "General" section, located in the top of the sections listing, then open the "board operations" section there.

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