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Winchester Guns List

Authored By Staff Writer | Last Updated: 5/3/2014

Listing of guns and other small arms produced by the firm of Winchester.

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There are a total of 16 Winchester Guns in the Military Factory. Entries are listed below by initial year of service descending. Flag images indicative of country of origin. You can always return to the Manufacturers List. Understand that brand labels are listed separately in our display - for example, Colt guns and Colt Canada aircraft are considered two separate listings. Also, if a particular manufacture had had a hand in production of another's firearm, they will be represented here as well.




1983
Heckler & Koch HK CAWS
It seems that the U.S. military has long been attempting to convince itself of the need for a full-automatic combat shotgun f...
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1978
Winchester Model 1300
The Winchester Model 1300 series has long been held in high regard as a classic shotgun series since its inception in 1978. T...
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1964
Winchester Model 1200
The Model 1200 was a capable pump-action, full-size shotgun developed for a variety of markets including civilian, sporting a...
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1936
Winchester Model 70
In 1925, the storied Winchester Repeating Arms Company unveiled their Model 54 bolt-action rifle for the civilian sporting ma...
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1918
Browning M1918 BAR (Browning Automatic Rifle)
The M1918 BAR ("Browning Automatic Rifle") was born out of the World War One idea of a single soldier armed with the power of...
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1917
M1917 Enfield (American Enfield)
Britain had already begun the task of replacing their Short Magazine Lee Enfield (SMLE) infantry rifles in the years precedin...
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1915
Winchester Model 1915
When the Russian Empire mobilized for World War in 1914, it lacked the stocks of service rifles for the millions of men being...
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1912
Winchester Model 1912
Famous American gunsmith John Moses Browning partnered with the Winchester Repeating Arms Company beginning in 1883 and becam...
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1907
Winchester Model 1907
Fresh from a century that saw the Winchester Repeating Arms Company find success with its lever-action, repeat-fire rifles, t...
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1897
Winchester Model 1897
Famous American gunsmith John Moses Browning went to work for the Winchester Repeating Arms Company in 1883 and, in 1887, he ...
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1895
Winchester Model 1895 Lee (Navy Lee)
The Winchester Lee Model 1895 rifle (Model 1895) was based on the works of James Paris Lee (1831-1904), a Scottish-born inven...
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1892
Winchester Model 1892
Beginning in 1883, fabled American gunsmith John Moses Browning lent his talents - through a partnership - to the Winchester ...
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1876
Winchester Model 1876
With the arrival of evermore powerful centerfire cartridges appearing on the firearms front, it was only natural for the Winc...
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1873
Winchester Model 1873
The Model 1873 was one of the early legends of the burgeoning American firearms industry and a model product by the Wincheste...
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1866
Winchester Model 1866
While the lever-action repeating Henry Rifle of 1860 proved revolutionary in its own right, it still held some limitations wi...
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1860
Spencer Rifle / Carbine
Christopher Spencer (1833-1922) proved an inventor at heart and one of his most storied creations became the repeat-fire, lev...
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