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Old 07-08-2012, 06:13 AM   #11
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Mine holds 7 shells, according to the serial number it was make sometime during ww2, they apparently didn't keep good tabs on them in those years with the war going on so the specific year is a crapshoot according to the Winchester Serial number guide.
Mine is in the serial range of 1,350,000 and I was pretty sure mine's a 1945.
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Old 07-08-2012, 02:30 PM   #12
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I am also looking for a shell holder for this rifle. I looked online but didn't find anything I was hoping that somebody could help with this. Thank you in advance.

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Old 07-08-2012, 02:35 PM   #13
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Flat nose only in a tubular magazine....please.
Thanks for catching tha, WC! My brain wasn't functioning properly, you fixed it for me. I only have flat nose for my 30-30.
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Or perhaps these?

http://www.hornady.com/store/30-30-Win-160-gr-FTX-LEVERevolution/

They are promoted as safe for tubular magazines, and I have used them since they were released with no problems.

Oops! I now see c3shooter addressed the issue in post #7. You know what they say about great minds running in the same channels....

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The Wichester 94.

THE
true all American classic.

Just say "94" and every red blooded American immediately thinks of John Wayne, "Matt Dillon" Gary Cooper, and the American west. Fort Apache, and Monument Valley and the "Golden spike."

And the deer hunting woods from New York, to Wyoming to California.

Yeah, if there's one "All American" gun, it'e the 94.

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The Wichester 94.

THE
true all American classic.

Just say "94" and every red blooded American immediately thinks of John Wayne, "Matt Dillon" Gary Cooper, and the American west. Fort Apache, and Monument Valley and the "Golden spike."

And the deer hunting woods from New York, to Wyoming to California.

Yeah, if there's one "All American" gun, it's the 94.
AND, it was designed by John Browning.
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Round nose WILL work. If they would not work, then Remington would not produce factory .30-30 round nose ammo. Many years ago, when I had a model 94 30-30, I used round nose with no issues.
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Round nose WILL work. If they would not work, then Remington would not produce factory .30-30 round nose ammo. Many years ago, when I had a model 94 30-30, I used round nose with no issues.
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Ok good because I got two boxes of them.
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Ok good because I got two boxes of them.
172 grain gas check cast from Lyman #2 with a stiff charge of IMR 4064 works well too. and they'[re cheap.
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I love it!!!!!! I just got back from shooting it. It has more of a kick than I expected, but it shoots good and it's just plain old fun!

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