== == What is the value of 30 caliber Winchester 1894 ?
In this model of Winchester rifle,there is no difference in value between the round or octagon barrel.
It will be eight sided,thus the name hexagon barrel.
Without a serial number, caliber, barrel length, type of action or model number , no way to come close to guessing
twist is 1:9
your Winchester model 1894 was made in 1909.As to the caliber it should be marked on the barrel of the rifle.(ie,30 wcf.is 30-30 caliber).32wcf is 32 Winchester special.38-55 is another possable caliber.
Are you asking about a winchester model 1873,1892,or model 1894 rifle?Allthese rifles had a chambering in either 38WCF(38-40) caliber or 38-55WCF and could be ordered with a octagon barrel.Please redefine your question and add a serial number so I may have some understanding of what you are asking and what rifle you are asking about.
The twist rate in a Winchester 670, 243 caliber is 1:10.
With the serial number that you have provided,your Octagon barreled Winchester model 1894 rifle was made in the year 1900.
good to know
Who made it, what caliber is it, is it a rifle, shotgun or hadgun, how long is the barrel, is the barrel round or octagon, what is the stock made out of, what is the serial number(if any)? Who made it, what caliber is it, is it a rifle, shotgun or hadgun, how long is the barrel, is the barrel round or octagon, what is the stock made out of, what is the serial number(if any)?
Impossible to value without a detailed description of all markings, features, finish, condition, caliber, box, papers, accessories, etc..
The Winchester model 94 classic series were produced from 1967-1970.All rifles had either a 20in,or 26in octagon barrel.
You have a Winchester Model 1885 that was manufactured circa 1892.
With the serial number that you have provided,your Winchester model 1894 rifle was made in the year 1910.
They are two very different cases, minimally the barrel and breaches are different.
You must provide the serial number.
$100 to $250 depinding on the condition..
AFAIK, there is no Winchester Model 90A. Is it a lever action, slide action, bot action, semi-auto or single shot? What caliber? What type and length of barrel?
Winchester never chambered there model 1894 lever action rifle in 50 caliber.There were only 2 Winchester model rifles chambered in 50 caliber,these were the model 1876 rifle in 50-95Win.caliber and the model 1886 rifle in 50-110 Express caliber.If after further review you see that you have either of these rifles,then the model 1876 rifle with the serial number provided was made in 1880.If yours is a model 1886 rifle it was made in 1887.
your model 1894 Winchester was made in 1897,as to the caliber it should be marked on the top of the barrel just ahead of the bolt body.ie 30wcf=30-30 Winchester,32wcf=32 Winchester special,38wcf=38-55winchester etc.
The guide I use states it came in .22 or .32. If it had a 16" barrel, it was a .22, but longer barrels could have been either.
The Winchester model 94 .32 W.S. (Winchester Special) with an octagon barrel, serial number 950585 was built sometime after 1901. You value of the gun depends on its condition. A local gun shop would be able to look at your gun and give you an estimate on the actual value.