Dating model 120 winchester shotguns
While in Baltimore, he entered the dry goods business, and after several years, Winchester became a manufacturer of men's shirts in New Haven, Connecticut.This venture proved to be sufficiently profitable that he began to extend his business interests. Volcanic produced lever-action repeating pistols and carbines based on the patents of Smith & Wesson.
Although raised on a farm, Winchester eventually became a carpenter, and by 1830, he was a construction supervisor in Baltimore, Maryland.Model 1200 shotguns with bayonet lugs and ventilation ribs were still in U. Army inventories as late as the invasion of Iraq 2003.