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What is the value of a Winchester 30-30 model 94 1896 deluxe breakdown model in 80 percent condition?

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2018-04-27 16:05:42
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This is probably the same as the "Fancy Sporting Rifle" in the Standard Catalog of Firearms. This guide suggests a retail value of $1800 in NRA Good (80% original finish) plus 20% for the takedown feature. If it happens to have extensive factory engraving, it would be a LOT more.

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