Value is determined by a number of factors, including age and condition. To determine the age, check out OldGuns.net with your serial number in hand. To determine the condition, look up the NRA Condition Grading Definitions For Antique Firearms. You can find these in a number of places. Try searching for "NRA Condition Grading Definitions For Antique Firearms" using the Google search form to the right. Be realistic in your appraisal. To get a reliable estimate of the value of your gun, see a professional appraiser. If you just want a basic estimate, buy yourself the current Blue Book of Gun Values. This is considered the most accurate source book for gun values. Ultimately, though, value is subjective. Value is based on the worth to an individual collector. What's more, the sentimental value of the gun to you could be much higher than what a collector will pay for it.
$150 to $700.
The "WS" on a Winchester Model 12 stands for Winchester Skeet and it has a full solid rib and is a reasonably rare find these days. As a rule, "WS" stands for "Winchester Special", I've never heard of it in relation to a shot gun. So far as I know "WS" only refers to rifles. Where did you see the mark? it may be an inspector's stamp.
depends on its condition /is it a copy/ any history about it/ how do collectors value it on a scale 1_10/ many things to consider before its value is set.
If the "WS" follows a number (i.e. 32 WS) it stands for Winchester Special and is part of the name of a cartridge.
These winchester model 1894 rifles are currently valued at between 375-550 dollars depending on the amount of original finish remaining on your rifle and a good bore.
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The age can be found at http://armscollectors.com/sn/windates.htm. The value depends on the condition. Have a professional appraisal done by a reputable gunsmith.
The age can be determined by you providing a serial number to the Winchester model 1894 rifle in question.The value can be determined by you providing a detailed description of the rifles overall condition including the amount of blueing remaining and the condition of the rifles bore.
These rifles were made from 1924 through 1932 and only about 21,000 of them were made. In excellent condition they value around $2000. In good condition with some wear and bluing loss they value around $750.
No such model number in Winchester line
Your pre-64 winchester model 1894 which was produced in 1941 has been selling for between 375-500 dollars depending on the overall condition of your rifle,and a good bore.
Depending on the overall condition of your Winchester rifle,i will say that with a original finish of between 60%-80% will bring between 375-550 dollars minimum.
your Winchester model 1894 was made in 1950.
32 caliber... "32 W.S." is the designation for the 32 caliber Winchester Special cartridge.
With the serial number that you provided,Your Winchester model 1894 rifle in .32 special was made by Winchester in 1904.
I think you mean 32 WS (not SW)32 WS is .32 Winchester Special.The round isn't uncommon, but not always easy to find.You may have to order it on line if your local shops don't carry it.
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Serial number shows date of manufacture between 1943 and 1948,records are obscure for that time period.
a ground troop used that gun at a base.
According to OldGuns.net, the year of manufacture for serial number 1481132 is Between 1943 and 1948. (No records are available from 1943 - 1948.) Not sure about the value. Need to know what other markings are on the gun. firstname.lastname@example.org
Proofhouse.com has sn tables you can use to find out.
Your 1941 produced Winchester model 1894 is going for between 350-500 dollars depending on condition of the rifle.