T.C. Johnson's original 1901 patent that would form the basis of his series of Winchester self-loading rifles.

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:


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