Winchester Firearms

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In 1866 Oliver Winchester bought control of New Haven Arms Company and changed the name to the Winchester Repeating Arms Company. Model 1866, called the Yellow Boy lever action, was the first gun to bear the Winchester name, and was known as "the gun that won the west." The company is still producing quality firearms today.
Your MD12 was made in 1956 going by the ser# there was 69,939 made by Winchester that year. Cost or value would depend on condition, check with a gun dealer or someone who collects Winchester as far as value...
Starting in 1921 Remington date code stamped all it's firearms on the barrel. You can look up the details on location and the code table on the Remington Society of America on the Manufactured Date link.
Value depends on condtion, how bad you want to sell it, how bad someone wants to buy it, any accessories, the box, original papers, etc... You can find a serial number table at proofhouse.com. Do a web search to find value. Below 60% is in the shooter/user grade. Might be worth 200 USD.
1895.. Do you want to sell it?. Send me a clear,cropped, picture reduced to EMAIL size and I can tell you more.. DON. guncollector@att.net
Think the value is like1000$ to 1500$ or something like that. It was made in 1976, I think it was made 10,000 of them.These Canadian issued commemorative rifles will sell for 895 dollars(American) in the condition that you describe.There were 10,000 made but not all rifles made were shipped.
4-10 is not a gauge. It's a caliber and it written as .410. It adecimal fraction indicating a bore size of forty-one hundredths ofan inch.
There were only 45,000 of these made. That has contributed to thevalue increasing in the past 5 years. They list for 3 to $400 inpretty average condition
it should be around $150 to $300just depending on were u get one
There were only 45,000 of these made. That has contributed to thevalue increasing in the past 5 years. They list for 3 to $400 inpretty average condition
Based on the serial number, it was manufactured in 1944. Also, it was made by Colt. If the slide reads Remington Rand that means someone put a Remington rand slide on your colt frame. The frame was certainly made by Colt and serialized in 1944. The slide may have been replaced in a...
You need a manual. Contact Winchester or find a gunsmith and ask for help.
Since 1921 Remington has date stamped the barrel you can find the details/table on the Remington Society of America under the Manufactured Date link.
Since 1921 Remington has date stamped the barrel you can find the details/table on the Remington Society of America under the Manufactured Date link.
What sort of INFO are you looking for??. Made in 1935. Send me a nice, clear, cropped picture adjusted to EMAIL size and I cna tell you more. Does it have plain wood or checkered wood? Has it been re-finished??. DON. guncollector@att.net
Throw away the MAGALINE tube. It will inkrease the walue.. It would help if you would tell me the Model number of the rifle. Do you know when it was maid?. guncollector@att.net. ps check yer spelin
Prior t0 1958 the 98 depending on condition and barrel markings would start at 900.00 range. If barrel is marked (not for ball) on the top this model would start at about 1400.00.
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I know how much it would be worth to me. $1500. wa_tarp@yahoo.com if you want to sell
A 1964 Winchester Model 70 .270 may be worth around $500 to $700 ifin good condition. If it works but is in poor condition, it isstill worth about $200.
the model 1898 shotguns in 12 guage are alomost commin in comparison to the 16 guage. the 16 guage is so rare that virtually no information on the gun is offered. Marlin has no records of these guns what so ever and the price on these are normally low, say around 150.00 because the person selling it...
Answer . All Winchester Commemoratives will have numerous indicators on either the stock, barrel, or receiver, or all of those places. The Lone Star Commemorative is stamped as such, in gold lettering, on the barrel, and has a medal emblem insert in the stock. Any commemorative will leave zero...
Made 33-57 and 72-73
There was a Lone Star Rifle and a Carbine which have similar values. In NIB (New In Box) condition with all paper, the value is $425 and 450. The first time the gun is shot, the value goes to the value of a common model 94, around $300. There were 38,385 carbines built costing $140 new.
$150 depending on condition and barrel length
I own the same gun, look at the Cabela's web site. it is selling for 1399.00
I don't know how much exactly but a lot. The fact that it is from Sauer (now part of Sig-Sauer) and that it is a fine and now discontinued sport rifle will make it VERY valuable. Unless of course it is in absolutely terrible condition.
The serial number on my Maverick 88 is on the left side of the firearm, above the trigger and in front of the stock
I just paid $377 at Wal-Mart for the synthetic stock accu-trigger model 10 in 243. I just paid $377 at Wal-Mart for the synthetic stock accu-trigger model 10 in 243. Well i just paid 1 dolla for a model 226934 automatic 243 Winchester boo ya rarest in the land!!! And that was at K-mart!
Answer . I'm fairly certain that you mean a 26" barrel.I know of no 36 " ones ever produced. I'll assume that the gold plating is on the receiver and not the barrel. If there is no medallion in the stock, it more than likely is a Centennial 66 Century of leadership....If new in box, unfired, the...
Yes, most likely. Lots of things have serial numbers, and those are often recorded in guidebooks. Additionally, calling the manufacturer such as Singer Sewing Machines with a serial no will get you a date as well. Remington Firearms have a letter code stamped into the steel barrel in addition to...
The Bell and Howell model 311 was produced in the 1960s. Depending on the cosmetic and operational condition of the camera, its value can range anywhere from $10-30.
There are entire books devoted to this- and Wikianswers cannot reproduce a book- but the link at the bottom of this page will take you to a good Wikipedia article on the Krag rifles- with links to more material from there.
Blue Book of Gun Values, gun shop, gun show, library, Winchester collector forum, etc..
Between 200 and 500. It all depends on condition and model. The basic field model, fixed choke with no rib being the low end. And the trap grade being the higher end.
50-500 USD or more depending on specifics
Impossible to value a weapon with only the serial number.
Answer . \nI don't know the value, but I have been looking for one for many years. My uncle had one and I dont know what happened to it. I would give more than $250.00 mvmoore@consolidated.net. Answer . \nThe visible loading repeaters were produced between 1907 and 1934. Excellent = $400, Very...
100-1000 USD or more depending on specifics
The cheap, crosman multi-shot pump guns are fine. Having a single shot pump is less effective than just a cheap springer, and gas shotguns are a luxury item.
No way to answer without the serial number.
\n . mine is 608xxxxxx and it was made in 1993 so id say early 90's like 92 or 91.The last serial number for the year 1991 was 6,008,296.I agree that your rifle was most likely made in the year 1992.
Hi, this is an interesting question, i have thought about it long and hard and i have come up with two answers, firstly if you were to sail this gun then you probably wouldn't get far, possibly out of the harbour but that may even be a little on the optomistic side, secondly, and i think this is...
I just picked one up at a gun auction here in Michigan and paid 1,500 dollars for mine.I have seen them go for between 1,395-1,600 dollars;new in the box unfired,including the box,pamplet and breech plug safety device.
Impossible to answer without a detailed description of both, finish, condition, boxes, accessories, papers, etc..
We just acquried a winchester model 1906 lever action serial # indicates 1909 production from an estate .... It has been chromed and burl maple wood absoulty gorgious shoots like new and must have been custom made ????????? As we can find nothing about it ???? Please send any info to njhamms@verizon...
Proofhouse.com has Winchester sn tables.
Not without a detailed description of all markings, caliber, sights, barrel length, stock/grips, caliber, finish, condition, box, papers, accerssories, etc..
these pre-war saddle ring carbines have been selling for between 350-500 dollars depending on the overall condition of the rifle(the amount of blueing left on the metal surfaces and finish left on the stock).
used? around 70 to 90 dollars at highest, brand new you could look to spend around $120
50-500 USD or so
When you got this weapon, you should have been given some documents and licensing papers with it. It should have some brief history of it on there. To find more look it up on the internet. If you cant find any, dont worry about it because you have the brief history on there.
between 350 as the lowest in very bad shape and run to about 1000 if looks good collectors item
Model 27. Made in the 73/74 time frame. Call S&W and they can tell you when it shipped from the factory.
No way to answer without the serial number.
Need a detailed description of all markings, stock, fore end, butt, markings, finish, condition, box, papers, accessories, etc..
No way to answer without the serial number.
No way to answer without the serial number. These weapons were not serially numbered. Made from 1949 to 1954. Serials passed 43,000 when regular production ceased.
No way to answer without the serial number.
Your Model 94 was manufactured in December of 1920. The collector value of your Model 94 can only be assessed by a visual inspection & evaluation (appraisal). Old Winchesters are very much like old classic automobiles... the graded condition, the factory originality, and the specific configuration...
No way to answer without the serial number.
Impossible to answer without a detailed description of all markings, caliber and type of action.
100-1000 USD and up depending on specifics
100-1000 USD or more depending on specifics
No way to answer without the serial number.
Go to this web site for serial numbers and dates for Winchester arms:. http://armscollectors.com/sn/winlookup.php?file=winxx52.dat