'Professionally reblued' does not tell us much. Model 12 shotguns from that time frame were not originally blued using the modern hot-salt bath method. If your gun has been polished and blued using the hot salt method the color and degree of polish will be incorrect and value will top out at $250 as a shooter. If the gun has been heavily polished with markings obliterated, straight edges rounded, etc, the value will be even less. If the gun has been prepped correctly and then RUST-blued, it still might bring $350-$400. email@example.com
Well it depends on the condition, if it is a long gun or a carbine , or has the saddle ring on the left side. which would be the most valuble. if the rifle is not reblued or the stocks redone and is about 95% condition some collector might pay as high as $800.
Your rifle was manufactured in 1953. Its value depends on condition. Have it professionally appraised.
Manufacture date is 1912. Value depends on the exact model (there were five different ones) and the condition. The range is from $200 for poor condition on a sporting rifle to $7500 for a musket in VG condition. Have it professionally appraised or inspected by an advanced Winchester collector.
Can you hear me crying? What could have been a $1000+ gun is now probably worth about $250 (more or less).
according to this link it was manufactured in 1940... http://www.armscollectors.com/sn/winlookup.php.. You Winchester was made n 1940. Have it professionally appraised. Depending on condition, it may be quite valuable.
At least a few hundred dollars and, depending on condition and features, it may be worth considerably more. The gun should be professionally appraised.
That is a very early gun in one of the original calibers for that model. Value is dependant upon originality, condition, and any special order features. Could range from $350 (badly rusted/broken/poorly reblued) to well over $1000 for fine condition. firstname.lastname@example.org
You will have to pay 3,000 dollars or more for a original Winchester model 1873 lever action Winchester rifle in the condition you described.
your Winchester model 52B in unaltered and 90% condition is valued at 2,250.00.If it is in 80% condition it would be valued at 1,650.00.
Your rifle was manufactured sometime between 1943 and 1947. The value will depend on condition and any unusual features. Have the rifle professionally appraised.
The prices for a Winchester model 141 will vary depending on condition. The prices for one in good condition start at an estimated $299.
The value depends on what the gun is (rifle or carbine) and if it has the saddle ring and what the condition is. Since it is a pre-64 (manufactured in 1898) you should have it professionally appraised, preferrably by an advanced Winchester 94 collector. Almost certainly it has significant value.
I bought one in decent condition a few days ago for $100. The stock was in good condition, the receiver needed bluing touchup, and the triggerguard needed buffed and reblued
A Winchester model 20 shotgun in good condition(80%) original condition is valued at between 350-450 dollars.
The value of a winchester model 101 all depends on its condition. In poor condition it could be worth $400.00. in excellent mint condition it could be upwards of $2500.
Depends on condition, i was offered $1000 for my service grade Winchester
The value of the Winchester model 400 gun varies by its condition. As of 2014 this gun in excellent condition retails for around 400 dollars.
Your Winchester is selling for between 375 dollars if in (60%) condition up to 500 dollars for a nice specimen in (80%) condition.
100-500 USD or so
200-350 dollars for a Winchester model 1894 rifle in the condition that you describe.
Your Winchester model 59 in the stated mint condition will bring between 450-525 dollars on todays market.
ABOUT $200, depending on condition. It is a shotgun, and not a rifle.
The Winchester model 425 was made for Winchester by "Meyer & Grammelspacher" of Germany. The value is determined by the condition of the rifle. without any information about the condition of the pellet rifle, no estimate of value can be determined.
1958 model 70 Winchester 3006 good condition
What is the condition of the winchester. Poor to Excellent? 800X or 800 XS?