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The 33 Winchester or 33 W.C.F. (WCF = Winchester Center Fire) was introduced in 1902
by Winchester for the Model 86 lever-action rifle (which was originally chambered in .40-65).
The 33 Winchester cartridge was retired in the late 1930's - early 1940's after the
Model 86 rifle was replaced in 1936 with the Model 71 lever-action rifle, which was
chambered in the 348 Winchester cartridge.
The 33 Winchester was also offered in the Marlin Model 95 lever-action rifle and
Winchester's Model 85 single shot rifle.
It has been obsolete for app. 80 years and a hard cartridge to find.
33 Winchester, 33 W.C.F.
Below are a few different versions and different head-stamps.
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Winchester "W.R.A. head stamp, "W" on
projectile and "W" on special safety primer,
for tubular feed lever-action rifles
Winchester "W.R.A. head stamp,
regular primer.
Limit One
$19.95 per Cartridge
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33 Winchester, by Remington,
Union Metallic Company
with REM-UMC head stamp
33 Winchester, by Western Cartridge
Company before Western was bought by
Winchester.
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Limit One
$14.95 per Cartridge
Limit One
$14.95 per Cartridge
Limit One
$14.95 per Cartridge
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