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Your Winchester model 1894 which was made in 1970 and is unfired(100%)new condition is valued at 425 dollars.
Your Winchester model 1894 rifle was produced in the year 1980.The value of a Winchester model 1894 that is considered new in the box(never fired) is 350-375 dollars.
Manufacture date 1954
Your winchester model 1894 NRA comm.rifle is worth 575 dollars if it has never been fired(new in the box) and has the box and hang tags that were issued with the rifle.
less then $300.00
most Winchester comm.rifles are going for 595.00 dollars only if they are new in the original box and have not been fired.
your rifle in this condition will bring 350 dollars.
If your rifle is new in the box condition(never fired)and you have the box and hang tags still with it.The minimum price is 600 dollars.Some Winchester collectors are paying in excess of 1,000 dollars for this model in the condition you have described.
The Winchester commorative cowboy carbine dates to the year 1970.The value of a carbine unfired(new in the box) is 750 dollars.It will be much less if fired,and no box.
your Winchester model 1300 in unfired condition would be worth between 300-350 dollars.
Purchased April 1977, never fired.
A new unfired Winchester model 12 is worth between 650-700 dollars.
Your golden spike comm.is selling for 595.00 dollars,if new in the box and never fired.
Never fired in original box with papers- retail around-$700 Fired, no box-fair used condition retail around-$350
If it has never been fired, never had the action cycled, is still in the origianl box with all paperwork, in the 700-900 range.
The value of a Winchester 9410 that has never been fired varies depending on the specific model and year it was produced. Early and commemorative models are worth between $1,000 and $3,000.
You actually have a Winchester model 9422M.These will bring between 450-550 dollars for a rifle in the condition you describe.They are becoming quite collectable.
Your post-64 model 1894 Winchester will go for 350-400 in new never fired condition.
400-1000 USD or so
A few hundred to a few thousand depending on EXACTLY what you have.
If your Winchester model 1894 rifle is new in the box (unfired) then the value is between 425-450 dollars.If the firearm in question has been fired,then the value is based on the original finish of the firearm remaining and a good bore.This will range from 250-400 dollars.
You have a Teddy Roosevelt comm.rifle that was made in the year 1969.If you rifle was never fired and new in the box with the hang tags and box,the rifle will be worth 695 dollars.If fired then it is worth between 200-350 dollars.