Dating winchester by serial number
Records for rifles produced after 1992 have not been released.
However, dating a carbine by it's serial number alone is difficult and not always accurate given the circumstances inherent with manufacturing and the logistics situation during the time the carbines were manufactured.
A few of the manufacturers at various times used subcontractors to manufacture their receivers.
If you need more information about factory letters and serial number searches, read on: This video was produced in 2012.
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