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Around $60 plus or minus

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$200 to $800, depending on exact model and condition


You have a third model Winchester model of 1876.This rifle will range in price from 1,500 dollars for a rifle with 10%of its original finish to as high as 7,500 dollars for a rifle exhibiting 60% of its original finish.



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There is no such thing as a "Winchester 1884". There were two distinctly different Winchester Models that were made to chamber the 32-40 cartridge; (1) The Model 1885 Single Shot (falling block) Rifle (2) The Model 1894 Lever-Action Rifle The potential collector value for each is significantly different.



depending on overall condition these rifle are valued at between 500-800 dollars.


Tough question, with no description of condition, caliber, model, etc. Carbine or rifle? Need more info!


Impossible to answer without an inspection of the rifle in person. Value of a collectable rifle is driven by the condition to a very large degree. It could range from $800 to $3000.


It has value but I need to know the condition of the rifle. It was made between 1938-40


please check your model number again,the Winchester model 97 was a shotgun and therefore not chambered in a rifle cartridge(44-40Win).


The value of any firearm is based on exact MAKE, MODEL and CONDITION. You gave us a model only. You best bet will be to visit a local gun shop or gun show for a hands on appraisal.


The savage model 5 .22caliber rifle is valued between 40-100 dollars depending on overall condition of your rifle.


I don't believe Crosman ever made a model 40 rifle. I have no reverence to any model by that number made by Crosman. However they did make a model 140 from 1954 to 1968 in four variations.


Depending on condition, anywhere from $100 to $200 for an excellent specimen. The rear peep sight is frequently missing, which will lower the value $40 or so.




Value depends upon condition. I suggest you visit the 30 40 Krag forum http://www.jouster.com/forum_list.html and pose your questions to these experts. Good luck


Try e-gunparts.com and http://www.wisnersinc.com




the only rifle produced in cal 32-40 was the model 1893,either carbine or rifle,please check the model number again.



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