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What is the age year and dollar value of a Winchester ring carbine Model 94 20 barrel 30-30 serial number 39790 in very good condition?

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http://armscollectors.com/sn/winlookup.php The year of manufacture for serial number 39790 is 1895. The Blue Book says between about $350 and $1900 Take that for what it's worth the prices are subjective and regional.

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