I believe the 94 Winchester was originally chambered in 32-40. I'm not sure how rare they are but the John Wayne Commemorative of ~1980 was chambered for 32-40, possibly the first factory chambering since WW II. My example is serial numbered JW23353 so I suspect there are several 10s of thousands out there. I believe the 94 Winchester was originally chambered in 32-40. I'm not sure how rare they are but the John Wayne Commemorative of ~1980 was chambered for 32-40, possibly the first factory chambering since WW II. My example is serial numbered JW23353 so I suspect there are several 10s of thousands out there.
Actually any caliber other than 30-30,or 32win special,will bring a 40% premium to the value of any saddle ring carbine model 1894 Winchester.I can only assume that the 32-40(32WCF) and 25-35Win.would be the 2 most rare calibers in the saddle ring carbine version of the model 1894.
The description of 30 WCF SR is commonly found on rifles that have a Saddle Ring. (SR} Carbines are described as (SRC). Hope this helps. Steve
The Winchester saddle ring rifle costs $3,950. The rifle was manufactured in the year 1904 with?æa scare 25-35 caliber.
your Winchester model 1894 saddle ring carbine was made by Winchester in 1914.
In excellent condition, we have seen them selling for $400-$500. email@example.com
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).
value depends on overall condition. And, I think you mean 45/70 cal. for the 1986 model or do you mean 1886 ???????????
I was told by the Dealer when I purchased mine that they only made 500. Mine is in the 400 range. But I recently saw one at a Gun show that was in the 600 range. That would mean they probably made at least 1000 of them.
That is hard to say without a detailed description of the carbines overall condition including the bore.These are very highly collected,and a carbine in very good condition with most of it,s original finish could bring a high sume.I would have a Winchester Collectors assoc member give it a appraisel.By the way your carbine was made by Winchester in the year 1919.
Well the MSRP Price of a Winchester Saddle Ring Carbine Is $1639.99 if that is any help
The only Winchester 94's made in .44-40 that I am aware of were commemorative models. What other markings are on the gun? firstname.lastname@example.org
I must say no,I have never seen one with the saddle ring or seen any in my references.
Your Winchester Model 94 Saddle Ring Carbine was made in 1969. It books from $325 in 100% condition to $150 in 60%.
if it has a saddle ring it is 1925 if no ring 1926
saddle ring carbine
Unless a different sight was special-ordered, it would have come with the Series 26 rear sight, which was made in-house by Winchester. email@example.com
No, it is not a "Trapper" model. The standard barrel length for a Model 1892/92 Carbine was 200inches. Trapper Carbines were made with barrels shorter than 20-inches (e.g. 14, 15, 16, and 18 inches).
A original Winchester model 1866 fourth model carbine will bring between 3,000-8,000 for a rifle in below average condition,8,000-20,000 for a average condition rifle,and 20,000-35,000 dollars for a above average condition rifle.I would very seriously consider having a member of the Winchester collectors assoc.evaluate and appraise this rifles value.
Assuming 90% condition, a rariity for a gun that was ordinarily well-used and not stored carefully away, the value would range from $1,600 to $2,000 in this fairly rare 25-35 caliber.
It would be better if you would describe the overall condition of your Winchester model 1894 saddle ring carbine.Please include the amount of original finish remaining on your rifle in a percentage basis and include the overall condition of the wood and bore.A Winchester model 1894 saddle ring carbine that was made in the year 1907 good bring in excess of 1,000 dollars easily.If you supply this info I would be better able to set a value for you.
How much does a used Winchester model 1300 excellent condition with pistol grips and a side saddle go for?