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Answer: Below is a brief timeline of historical information regarding Winchester Firearms: Year Event 1854 Introduction of volcanic repeating handguns. Oliver Winchester buys stock in Volcanic Repeating Arms. Model 1866 "Yellow Boy lever action introduced -- first gun to bear the Winchester name. A Marble’s front sight is featured on most Model 94 rifles.Volcanic carbine introduced 1856 Offices moved to New Haven, Connecticut. 1868 Assets of Spencer Company purchased by Winchester. The Browning Shop had begun a partnership with Winchester that would last the next 19 years. The new Timber Scout, a very fast, quick rifle is offered in 30-30 or 44 Rem. The Model 94 Legacy, with a 26” round or octagon barrel, is offered with a blued or case-colored receiver. 1966 Model 66 introduced -- first commemorative produced. Supreme Over/Under shotgun introduced Model 1300 Black Shadow Cantilever Deer, Black Shadow Deer, Camo Turkey, and Compact Deer offered Model 70 Coyote push-feed rifle and the 7mm STW caliber offered Model 94 Pack Rifle available Winchester offers historic rifles in the Model 1885 Low Wall rimfire, the extra light Model 1886, and the Model 1895 in 405 Winchester. Many new models from the Custom Gun shop in both Model 70’s and Model 94’s offered 2001 Super X2 in 3 1/2” NWTF Turkey black synthetic stock, and camo option offered, as well as a Sporting Clays shotgun. with synthetic pistol grip stock 1998 Model 1886 High Grade Model 70 Classic Compact Model 70 Classic Laredo LRH fluted barrel Model 70 Classic Laminated Camo Stainless Model 70 Black Shadow Model 94 Black Shadow Model 94 Ranger Compact Model 9422 Legacy Model 9422 Large Loop and walnut Model 9422 High Grade Series II 1999 Super X2 3 1/2" Super X2 Turkey 3 1/2" Super X2 3" Super X2 Field 3" Model 1300 Upland Special Model 1300 Camp Defender Model 70 Classic Safari Express Model 94 Timber Carbine Model 70 Custom African Safari, .358 STR Model 70 Custom "Ultra Light" Mannlicher 2000 Super X2 receives Guns and Ammo's Reader's Choice Gun of the Year. Model 70 named “Bolt Action of the Century” by acclaimed Shooting Times editor, Rick Jamison.Records in the writer's possession show that two years production was recorded in 1890-1891, 1894-1895, 1912-1913.

In an attempt to raise operating capital the New Haven Arms Company and Oliver F.Factory records are probably in error for 1956, since production of 15,038 guns of this model for one year is highly unlikely.Production for years 1950-1952, 65-66, 67-70 and 72-75 were not kept separate for each year and were bulked together by the factory. After World War Two an additional 120,434 rifles were made from 1946 to 1949. Models 255 and 275 discontinued in 1971, models 250 and 270 discontinued in 1974. Total production for all models of the 200 series was over 1,600,000, according to Winchester.Actual production of guns reached serial number 752,044.After 1932 serial numbers were chosen at random; many numbers were skipped and the highest serial number recorded is 849,100.