If your Ranger is a bolt action .22, it is likely a Marlin Model 80 made for Sears.
We have a Ranger bolt action rifle with a model # 103-8. We do not know the age of our gun however.
I don't know the value of your .22 Ranger bolt action,but it was made by Marlin for and sold by Ranger.It is the same as the Marlin model 80.All parts will fit
The Word ranger was used by Winchester to denote a economy version of there regular rifles and shotguns.The model 670 was a economy version of the famous model 70 bolt action rifle.Winchester also made a ranger model 94 rifle,and various ranger model shotguns during their many years of being in business.
No browning did not,but winchester made a ranger model pump action shotgun.
Proofhoue.com will get you in the ballpark.
@40-100 or so.
The Model 140 is a cheaper varient of the 1400
the ranger Mod 34 was made by Marlin mod 65 e-GunParts.com
Under $100. firstname.lastname@example.org
Proofhouse.com has a store brand chart.
the ranger Mod 35 was made by savage mod 52B 1933-1937
It was made by Marlin and is a pre-war version of the Model 80.
Your gun is a Savage/Stevens Model 86. gunpartscorp.com has some parts. After that it is a long search.
I have a ranger model 101.13 that my father bought new in 1946
With the serial number that you have supplied,your Winchester model 1894 ranger lever action rifle was made in the year 1985.
Depending on conditon, 150-300 USD.
Cross referencing store brands cn be iffy. Sear used the Ranger name- and so did others. IF your Ranger 35 is a bolt action 22 with a tubular magazine, it is a Stevens Mdl 66, made from 1931-1935. If that does not describe YOUR Ranger, please repost with some additional info- type of weapon, caliber, type action, etc.
Winchester did not make a model 1875 rifle.The 30-30 cartridge was introduced with the model 1894 rifle in the year 1894.A value cannot be determined unless you provide a more detailed description of your rifles overall condition,and please include the serial number to date your rifles year of manufacture.
Its an H&R Model 120
No published sn data in the public domain.
Recommend you see a gunsmith.
Savage/Stevens made a lot shotguns with the Riverside name and Browning patented a lot of guns, features, and improvements. Give a model name or number and describe the action (automatic, slide, etc) and we may be able to give a ballpark estimate.