at least $300
"pre-64" means "before 1964". Figure it out for yourself.
by the barrel gauge and cereal number..
Quick and easy. The first post-64 Model 94 was serial 2700000.
Price of a Winchester model 70 pre 64 in 7mm mag
Model 64 serial number 1169333 was manufactured in March of 1938. All Model 64 Rifles & Carbines were serial numbered withing the Model 94 sequence.
Pre 64 model 70 rifles have a serial number less than 700,000. Value is determined on many factors. Condition, originality, caliber etc.
By the serial no, go to a Winchester serial no chart which can be found on the web.
The last pre-64 Model 88 was serial number 148,858. A guns value depends greatly on condition...ballpark figures for the value of a Model 88 in 284 Win. in 95% condition would be about $900 for a post-64 rifle and about $2000 for the pre-64 as the 284 was only available in the pre-64 version for one year....The most noticable difference between the two would be the stock....The pre-64 stock had diamond cut checkering while the post -64 had the oak leaf impressed checkering.
The pre-'64 Model 70 Varmiter was made from 1956 to 1963. In 1962, it retailed for $154.50.
The last serial number for a pre-64 Winchester model 1894 rifle was 2,585,901.
By the serial number on your rifle.
None. You can interchange all parts.
The serial number. If the serial is less than 2,700,000, it is a pre-1964 gun.
the model number and serial number will give you the information,then ask your question here and you should be able to determine if your Winchester is a pre-64.
its pre 64...anything under 700,000 is pre 64
I would be able to tell you the answer to your question if you would supply me with a model number and a serial number to the gun in question.
Post-64 Model 70's started at serial number 700,000.
Possilby, but, may need to be fitted.
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The easiest method is by the serial number... if it is less than 700,000, it is a pre-1964. Bert H.
I don't have the Fjestad book with me, but I can tell you that it's after 1964, probably in the 1968-1969. Definitely not a pre 64 model.
All Pre-64 Winchesters were manufactured before 1964. That's what pre-64 means.