I would say a Page-Lewis Model D in good condition is worth about $100. Here's why...
A firearms worth is directly tied to its condition and like anything else, a gun is worth whatever the buyer is willing to pay and the seller is willing to take.
I have two Page-Lewis model D rifles. The first I bought in a flea market for $10. Someone had put it in a Remington 510 stock and it didn't fit correctly at all. The bolt handle had broken off and been replaced by a bent piece steel rod. The firing pin spring had been replaced by one that was WAY too strong and some idiot had taken a file to the bolt. However, the bore was good and the metal was not pitted. It was worth $10.
The second I bought off Gunbroker for $75. The bolt handle was there but it had been brazed back on and there was a crack in the stock that needed to be glued. The bore was good and the metal was in good shape. A little TLC and it will once again be ready to take to the field. I feel it was worth the $75 but evidently no one else did as I was the only bidder at the auction. I bought it mostly to have a pattern for the stock so I can make one for the other rifle.
In my opinion, for a Page-Lewis Model D to be worth $375 it would have to be brand new in the box.
Are you sure of the model number?
Small single shot falling block rifle? In excellent condition, $375-$400 or so. In lesser condition, lesser $$$.
value of a model 49 ithaca 22 caliber rifle
What is your question? I assume you mean a Model 94 single shot in .32-20 caliber.
The Springfield rifled Musket, Model 1855 had a caliber of 0.58-inch and was a single shot, muzzle-loading weapon.
For a .50 BMG rifle, $3000 and up, with $3000 being just for a basic, bolt action single shot model.
Repost with the model number, and we may be able to give you an answer.
Model indicates a particular design by a particular maker. In the case of the Marlin/Glenfield Model 25 rifle, it is a bolt action rifle in caliber .22 Long Rifle. It has a 7 shot box type magazine. The Model 25M is in caliber .22 Magnum
$50-$85, depending on condition
Your Winchester model of the U S model 1917 30-06 caliber rifle was produced by Winchester from 1917-1919.
--------SAVAGE 3 SERIES Rifle Information-------- There were several variations of the Savage model 3 rifle made. The basic version is a single shot bolt action, .22RF chambered rifle. It appears that all variations of the M3 were single shot and that the added model variation such as
A JC Higgins .22 caliber rifle, model 103.229 is about 55 years old as of 2014.
The model 100 is a .177 caliber air rifle. The model 101 is a .22 Caliber rifle. Basically the same air rifle just different calibers.
10-100 USD or so
Wat is the value of 22 caliber sears and roebuck model 340530430 lever action rifle
Blue Book of Gun Values
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$50-$100, depending on condition.
The age of a Springfield model 83 .22 caliber single shot rifle is between 75 and 79 years old. The guns were manufactured by Stevens Arms Company between 1935 and 1939. Depending on the condition of the gun they may be sold for anywhere from $40 up to about $75.
This Benjamin Model is part of 3 rifles that are in a series. The 340 is a .175 BB rifle. The model 347 is a .177 Caliber Pellet rifle and the 342 is a .22 caliber pellet rifle. this line of air rifles was made between 1969 to 1986 (Model 340) and 1969 - 1992 (models 347 & 342)
Take the rifle to a gun shop so they can figure out what make, model and caliber rifle you have. There is no 84 caliber long rifle.
Your Model 1885 Single Shot Rifle (high-wall) was manufactured circa May 1891.
It depends on the particular model of the rifle, not the caliber it is in. What model and make is it?