Winchester serial number dating

Gun Trader's Guide shows the 101 was made from 1963 to 1981. It begins in in the year 1959 and ends with the year 1971. The guy I bought it from (not the original owner) thought that it was an early 80's gun. I'll do some digging to see if I can piece together some info from different sources.I have reference material that shows the following: MODEL 101 SHOTGUN - Over/Under, break open shotgun made in Japan by Olin-Kodensha from 1963. It shows they began making them in October of 1959, starting with serial number 50,000. If anyone else has information, would be greatly appreciated.The serial number listings by month presented below were developed by Scott Duff, a recognized authority on and author of a series of books on the M1 Garand.The following information can be found in the books "The M1 Garand: WWII" and "The M1 Garand Serial Numbers and Data Sheets" found at Fulton Armory, and are used here with Mr. The following information is copyrighted and may not be copied, distributed or used in any other forms of publications, or in any other written or electronic form without the expressed permission of Scott Duff or No monthly range of serial numbers has yet been developed for Post-World War II production of the M1 Garand.

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I'll go back to him to see what his basis for this was.Following are the serial number blocks assigned to Springfield Armory and the two prime contractors, International Harvester and Harrington & Richardson Arms.Not sure if this will be any help, as all information I have is sketchy, if not contradictory.Another 2 of my Winchester shotguns are Pigeon Grade XTR and they were purchased second hand in the early 80s and the serial numbers of those are PK5375__E and PK4664__E.

The first one is a 27" skeet gun and the second one is a 30" Trap with win chokes.Anyway for

The first one is a 27" skeet gun and the second one is a 30" Trap with win chokes.

Anyway for $1,100 (Australian) it seemed like an absolute bargain, plus I just loved the look of the gun. Unfortunately the registration certificate had not been filled in, but that aside on the back of 2 of the Winchester documents they are date stamped for issue 6/76 (June 1976).

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The first one is a 27" skeet gun and the second one is a 30" Trap with win chokes.Anyway for $1,100 (Australian) it seemed like an absolute bargain, plus I just loved the look of the gun. Unfortunately the registration certificate had not been filled in, but that aside on the back of 2 of the Winchester documents they are date stamped for issue 6/76 (June 1976).

,100 (Australian) it seemed like an absolute bargain, plus I just loved the look of the gun. Unfortunately the registration certificate had not been filled in, but that aside on the back of 2 of the Winchester documents they are date stamped for issue 6/76 (June 1976).

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