Model 940a pore shape what is it worth
About 20 years old
$17 in good condition
How much is a model 940 worth
If that's in US dollars, take it.
It probably doesn't have one. Serialization of long arms was not required before 1968 and few manufacturers of utility-grade shotguns used them.
I have owned a 12 GA 940A for 35 years, and it WAS in pristeen shape. Just this year I shot a coupple slugs through it. I will never do that again! The barrel was slightly scored, and it opened at the break point, each time! I did minor dammage to the gun, and Im lucky I didnt get hurt.
I don't know the value but my grandfather was born in 1888 & left one for my dad. He said his best friend gave it to him when his son shot himselft with it. I'm guessing early 1900's. The value in mine is purely sentimental.
I suspect here may be a difference in the sights or stock, but the internals should be interchangeable. You should be able to get a definative answer from either Savage Arms or Numrich Gunparts at the related links posted on this page. *I checked Numrich and the stock numbers for model 94 parts are not similar to those of the 940. The only part listed for the 940A is the stock, so perhaps the other parts can all come from the 940. If you call to place an order, I'm sure they'll help you decide.
50-160 USD; 60's give or take