The Winchester model 88 manufactured in 1961, 358 caliber is worth $3,900 in excellent condition. In fair condition, it is worth $999.
Your Model 03 Winchester was manufactured in 1909. They are quite collectable and are selling for between $800 and $ 1,200.
your Winchester model 70 was produced in 1968.
It was manufactured in 1928. It is .30 caliber (30 Winchester Center Fire is another name for the 30-30 cartridge). The value will depend on the condition and originality.
With the serial number that you have supplied,your Winchester model 9422M in .22 WMR caliber was made in the year 1974.
The Winchester model of 1917 rifle was only chambered in 1 caliber.That was the 30-06 Gov. caliber.
If you are talking about the model 92 it was manufactured in 1926.
The gun was made in 1956
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Winchester Model 1882, 32-20 caliber, what is the value good condition
Condition, caliber, etc.
Your Winchester was manufactured in 1974. It is worth $150 to $350, depending on condition.
1955 (first year of production).
The Winchester 25-20 caliber was first chambered in the Winchester model 1892 rifle/carbine which was made from 1892.The last chambering that I have found was in the Winchester model 43 bolt action rifle that was produced from 1949-1957.I would surmise that this caliber was available from 1892-1957.
go to: gunsamerica.com bring up Winchester rifles and check condition and price of those listed.......................
depending on condition, probably between $850 and $1100. If it's been modified in any way, that detracts from the value, no matter how nice the modification was done.
Double check the markings. For all intents and purposes, Winchester did/does not make revolvers.
Model 94 serial number 1610503 was manufactured in the year 1949. The value will be completely dependent upon the caliber and graded condition. Bert H.
A Winchester model 70 sporter is going for 250-500 dollars depending on condition.
Winchester 1873 s/n 66557 was manufactured in 1881. The condition and verification should be done by an expert. I understand that the Cody Museum can provide a letter as to the factory shipped configuration of the rifle and, as there were many factory options available on that rifle, a professional apprasial should be considered. Depending on condition and options, the rifle can run to $9500 and the carbine to $12000.
When it was introduced, it was called .30 WCF (Thirty caliber Winchester Center Fire). At some point became 30-30. Value depends on condition. Around $ 300 would be somewhere in the ballpark. Marlin originally used 30-30 so they wouldn't have to put a Winchester "brand" on their rifles when manufactured in the caliber.