To get a proper response you will need to provide more information about the condition of the metal and the amount of blue remaining, the condition of the stock wood and whether it has a pistol grip or straight grip. Is there any any checkering?. Can you tell what the wood is made of and what type of sights does it have ? Is it a bolt action rifle or a semi-automatic, is it single shot or a clip fed repeater. Have any extra holes been drilled in the receiver ? What does the bore look like when you look down the barrel ? Is it clean and bright with strong rifling, or rusty and worn?
For one example, I bought a light-weight single shot bolt-action Paatz not long ago, with 75% blue on it, no nicks or dents on the barrel, a clean bore with strong rifling, no rust on the bolt , original sights and a walnut stock with checkered grip and fore-end. It was part of a package deal of 3 rifles but I attributed $100- $125 to the Paatz. Some of the nearly new nicer ones could go for twice that amount. I hope that gives you some reference point.
These were made in .22 long rifle caliber. Value always depends on condition. $50 for shootable to $200 new
10-1000 USD depending on exactly what you have.
.22 Long Rifle
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.
maybe 100 USD
I paid $25.00 for this rifle and I'm going to try to restore it. I need the year it was made before I start so I do not damage the value of it by doing so.
About $200-$275, depending on condition. There is a Deluxe grade with fancy wood that sells for a bit more.
A call to Ruger will get you the answer.
100-1000 USD or so depending on specifics
Need to know who made it, how long the barrel is, exactly what 22 caliber it is (short, long, long rifle, etc.) and overall condition before being able to help with an answer.
sears sold this rifle in the 70s sears sold this rifle in the 70s
a 220 long, is a british nomenclature for a 22 long rifle caliber
50-150 USD or so
.22 long rifle.
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)?
Savage model 87A
Many would say the 22 Long Rifle.
In excellent (mint) condition $400-450 retail but they are not a fast seller...
Please repost with the MAKE and model number, and we may be able to offer an idea of value.
I am 45 years old. When I was ~10, or in 1973 my father purchaced a lever action Ithaca 22 caliber rifle for me. I still have the rifle, It is one of our familys favorite guns.