What is the age and value of a Winchester 94 in 30-30 carbine in perfect condition with serial number 3089571?
1967 gun. This gun had a 'black chrome' type finish on the receiver that flakes and chips terribly, leaving white pinpoint spots or scratches. With the current demise of USRAC, the post-64 guns have picked up in value and even these rifles and bringing $250 or more in mint condition. email@example.com
What is the manufacture date of a Winchester 30-30 serial number 6381890 and the value this rifle is in perfect condition?
If it is in perfect condition as you state,your 1902 model 1894 Winchester rifle could easily fetch between 2,000 dollars or more depending if there are any special order features with the rifle.This could be special order wood,checkered wood,half magazine,take down model,octagon barrel etc.i would seriously consider having a member of the Winchester collectors assoc.evaluate your rifle.
What is the value of a pre 1964 Model 94 Winchester 30-30 years in perfect working order but needint a little restoration?
Winchester model 61 22 magnum that was manufactered in 1958 It is in near perfect condition Can you tell you its value Thank you Glenn Hunt?
What is the value of a 30-06 Winchester Model 70 XTR in perfect condition with a Leupold vari XII 3x9 scope and a muzzle brake?
The rifle is worth about 150.00 if it does not have a single scratch on it. The value of the scope is around $100.00. Total value if it is truly in perfect condition is about $250.00. Are you interested in selling it? firstname.lastname@example.org That valuation is a bit low. The rifle is worth more like $300, making the package worth closer to $400.
Assuming that the question refers to the Winchester Model 62 slide action .22 rimfire rifle, the value, as always, depends on the condition. In good to very good condition, the value would range from $400 to $600. An excellent gun, with near-perfect blue and unscratched wood, would exceed $1,000 in value.
Information on the M-400 over under 20 ga It is marked Ted Williams It has selector ejector feature?
Your Winchester Model 62 was manufactured in 1932. It was a very popular model fashioned after the Model 1890, and many were used in shooting galleries at state fairs, hence, the nickname, "Gallery Gun." There were a lot of them made so it's not particualrly rare, but depending on its caliber, condition, etc., it could be worth anywhere from several hundred dollars to a thousand or more (in perfect condition). Try asking the experts on…