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?
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.
A model 61 Winchester is a collectable rifle that would be no problem selling. An octagon barrel is a plus on the value side. If it is a single caliber, meaning .22 long only, or .22 short only, also a plus. Condition is everything as far as value. Could be any where from $200. in poor condition to $2500 in mint condition. If interested in selling, I recommend Auction Arms, or Gunbroker.com. Sell at no…
Your 1894 Winchester which was made in 1915,is a early production gun.these rifles,or carbine,s are seeing price,s in the 500-1900 dollar range depending on the amount of original finish remaining on the wood and blueing on the metal surface,s.The factory options available at that time could enhance the value also.These would include a takedown version of the gun,and fancy ordered wood ,special checkering and optional octagon barrel length,s.It would be a good idea to have…
What is the value of a 1894 Winchester rifle mfr 1895 32-40 caliber octagon barrel full magazine good to excellent condition?
What is a pre 1964 3030 Winchester Rifle Serial 1583793 in very good condition and only shoot less than one Box of shells worth?
You have Mossberg and then New Haven, depending on condition these are usually valued between $50-150 with the New Havens bringing the top dollar. Again, this based on condition, pits, scratches, and rust on the barrel/chamber will and do lower the value. Stock condition drops as well with any wear too.
What is the value of meriden 15 22 cal patent 1913 octagonal barrel repeater rifle what is the dollar amount?
Value of any firearm is determined by make, model, condition, and originality. These were not high dollar guns, but there is a modest collector interest. Depending on condition, may be as low as $25, or as high as $200 for an excellent specimen. These are old enough that there is no set "blue book" value. PS- I said that after checking my copy of the Blue Book.
The Model 57 is chambered for 41 magnum. The value would depend on the condition, the date of manufacture, barrel length,a nd wether or not it has a box, presentation case, or is just the revolver. Normally you would find one of these in average condition with no box in the $500 to $$650 dollar range.
16ga single shot break barrel gimhoff 1930 on bottom serA439xxx keystone arms co philydelphia PA on left side?
I see them sell as low as $200 in average used condition, but they generally sell between $275 and 400 depending on condition and extras (long or short barrel, adjustable rear sight, finish, etc.) with the stainless long barrel bringing the high dollar. A very well built gun and worth the price, and thus far has held value well so long as they are carefully maintained.