What is the value of a Winchester 30-30 Canadian Centennial 1867-1967?

The Canadian Centennial Rifle and Carbine were made in 1967. The Standard Catalog of Firearms lists a value of $395 for either, but that is WITH the box. Without the box, it should be valued as a shooter, and the Blue Book of Gun Values suggests $275 for a 100% post-64 rifle but says add 20% for pre-1992, making it $330.

Well, That last answer of $350 may not be accuate. Of the last appraisal that was done on my was under $470. And that is in slightly less than perfect condition. I have also fired my rifle several times. I purchased the gun from my father-in-law a few years ago and the weapon was also purchased in Canada. This is a wonderful firearm. Winchester is still the best in my book. But that is what my rifle was appraised at.

In a recent Tyler, Texas gun show a collector was offering his Canadian for $450.00 in really good condition. He didnt get it, I was offering my 1966 Centennial for the same, and didnt get it. I feel the price for one without box, is probably $400 or less. I paid $250 for my 66 and was tickled to get it.