I was researching this myself. I found one being sold on www.gunsamerica.com for $475 New in Box. I also found an answer on oldguns.net that said it is one of about 52,000 rifles and is only worth around $400. I believe you may be underestimating the value of your rifle since Winchester ceased operations. One important aspect is that the Teddy Roosevelet rifle was made in two barrel lengths. One was a 20" carbine and the other a 24" Rifle. The rifle always brings a premium. The latest Blue Book of Gun Values lists the value at $595.
100-1000 or more depending on specifics
The Theodore Roosevelt commemoratives were sold in 1969. The rifles have a value of $450, New In Box. Without the box and accompanying paperwork or if the gun has been fired, the value is typically much less.
350 to 600 dollars in can funds
100-1000 USD or more depending on specifics
made in 1969. Value depends on condition
at least $300
about 500 yards
your Winchester model 1894 was made by Winchester in 1983-1984.
Your winchester model 1894 rifle was made by winchester in 1900.
NO, BUT I WOULD LIKE TO BUY ONE IF YOU KNOW SOMEONE THAT HAS ONE.
between 200-375 dollars depending on condition of the wood and metal finish.