Winchester self-loading rifle is a term referring to a series of five semi-automatic rifles designed by long-standing Winchester employee Thomas Crossley Johnson in 1901 and produced from 1903 to 1958 in various iterations. The term encompasses:
- Winchester Model 1903, chambered for .22 Winchester Automatic, some 122,974 produced
- Winchester Model 1905, chambered for either .32 or .35 Winchester Self-Loading, 29,311 produced
- Winchester Model 1907, chambered for .351 Winchester Self-Loading, 58,733 produced
- Winchester Model 1910, chambered for .401 Winchester Self-Loading, 20,785 produced
- Winchester Model 63, chambered for .22 Long Rifle, modernization of the Model 1903, 174,692 produced
This disambiguation page lists and links articles and pages that either have the same names, or use similar terms in their context.