Pricing a Winchester 94 is rather complicated. If the serial number is below 148675 it is an antique according to BATF regulations which makes sales between individuals in different states less complicated and adds a bit to the price. Serial numbers below 2700000 are desired by collectors because they were manufactured with hand-fitted forged parts. The newer ones are valued only for their usefullness. If you have a Model 94 standard rifle manufactured from 1964 to 2005, the Blue Book lists it for $135 in well-worn but useable (60%) condition and $275 in 100% new condition. Since the 1980s, there have been several variations of the 94 (Traditional, Legacy, Ranger, Trails End, Pack Rifle . . . ), but except for a few limited edition guns, they all fall into a range of $120-$165 in 60% and $285-$435 in 100%. Since manufacture of the '94 ended this spring after 113 years of production, perhaps there will be an increase in these prices, but with millions of them available, it is not likely to be a significant amount. Perhaps I'll come back to this question tomorrow and get into the pricing of the classic pre-64s.
value Winchester 140
Blue Book of Gun Values
Your Winchester ranger model 140 was made from 1967-1973.Winchester did not keep serial number records of this model of shotgun.
I do not believe that the serial numbers for the Winchester model 140 ranger,semi-auto shotgun are in the public domain.I can say that the Winchester model 1400 was made from 1964-1981,and this was the higher priced version of the model 140 ranger shotgun.
Not listed in any reference I have. A model 141 is.
They only made the Winchester 140 Ranger from 1964-1968.
A Winchester Model 140 12 gauge, semi automatic can be worth up to $150. The exact amount that the Winchester is worth depends on the condition of the gun.
Your winchester model 140 was made by winchester sometime between the years 1964-1980.You may be able to go to the winchester web site and check with customer service to get a better date of manufacture.
Yes, if you find one for sale.
Best to ask a gunsmith for help
The Winchester 140 12 gauge has a choke barrel at 28". This is the same choke size as the 20 gauge model.
Yes...1200, 1300, 1400, 120 and 140 Butt stocks are interchangeable.
The Model 140 is a cheaper varient of the 1400
These inexpensive Winchester shotguns are selling for between 55-140 dollars.
The model is obsolete, however we have a good supply of parts for that model. firstname.lastname@example.org
Yes the Winchester 140 is a cheaper varient of the model 1400. The only real difference is the type of material used in the storck and foregrip. A 1400 has Walnut or Synthetic stocks avalible. Where as a 140 was only avalible in a hardwood usually birch stock with no checkering and a walnut stain. The word Ranger on the barrel is normal the Model 120 pump and the 140 auto were both in the ranger series. The 140's are getting quite rare and not shown in many articles because Winchester only made 5000 of them in 12,20,16 and 10 gauge. Also the 1400 barrel will interchange with this fine Winchester. email@example.com
I bought a Winchester ranger 140 for $220 in awsome shape at a pawn shop that deals mainly with guns near St. Louis
Proofhouse.com has sn data
About $125-$140, depending on condition.
Between 1967-1973, just as the model 141-145 was.