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2006-07-22 22:35:53
2006-07-22 22:35:53

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.


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Got the box, manual, etc.? Rifle or carbine? Range 500-750

Your winchester model 1894 was made by winchester during the early 1990,s and as such is valued at between 300-350 dollars for a gun in perfect condition.

Your Winchester should bring between 350-475 dollars in the condition that you describe.

it is worth 10,000 dollars if it is in good condition mint is 5,000 and bad condition is only 2,000 i have 1886 Winchester rifle and it is worth 50,000 it is in perfect condition and your Winchester was made in 1895 so it is pretty old

If unfired,the rifle is valued at 895 dollars in the condition that you describe.

Assuming that it is a post 1964 manufacture, $400 to $500, depending on the market.

Depends of exact version and condition,price for citroen 2cv in perfect condition is up to 15000$

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.

To a large degree it depends on the condition of the gun. This is a nice gun that has increased in value. Usable guns showing some wear - (blueing worn) are worth around $500. Perfect condition will be around $1200

$1.50 in average condition, $5 in perfect condition

Depends on how much it's used, or what condition it is in. Perfect condition: Around $99 Not so perfect condition: anything under $99

In perfect condition, it could be worth somewhere around 160$ or maybe a bit more.

The collector value can only be assessed by a visual inspection & evaluation. Old Winchesters are very much like old classic automobiles... the graded condition and factory originality are the key factors in determining what they are truly worth. Bert H.

In ORIGINAL perfect condition the value could easily exceed 15,000 maybe even 20,000 but I'd be hard pressed to believe it's original perfect condition without examining it.

The Winchester Model 1904-A was introduced in 1927 and discontinued in 1931. Value is entirely dependent on condition, maxing out around $400 for near perfect.

6-19-11>>> If your "perfect condition" is uncirculated, it would sell for less than 50 cents.

I just bought one in perfect condition for $125 from a Gun Store. Not worth alot but the best .22 I've owned besides a 1900ish Winchester Bolt Action.

perfect, flawless, untouched

You should have a standard carbine with 20" barrel. Your description leads me to believe there is considerable bluing and/or wood finish loss. A reasonable retail estimate would be $250-$300.

Long or short tang? Original or Reissue? Unfired or 98%? If completely original with no marks on the metal or wood with a pristine bore the top gouge price would be $5,000.

Being that these are/were military rifles, any example in perfect condition would probably bring in 2K range.

$5 in average condition, $25 in perfect condition

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