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    Use the Red Book as a guide just knowing it is not exactly accurate for many years of production, particularly during WW1 and WW2. Most of the older production date tables for Winchester firearms are wrong. The most accurate info we have today is the Winchester Polishing Room records which show the exact day a receiver was serialized at the factory.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tom Doniphon View Post
    Most of the older production date tables for Winchester firearms are wrong.
    Great. Thanks for the info on that. Strictly a guideline.

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