This is a tough one. I can't find it in any of my recent price guides, but my 1999 Gun Traders' Guide suggests $95 in NRA Excellent condition. That's identical to a similar gun from another manufacturer which is still listed at that value in the 2004 Blue Book. You can usually expect a used gun in decent condition to bring from half to two-thirds of the new price of a similar gun, and new single-shot shotguns go for $89.95.
what years were the winchester model 370 410 gauge made
Between 80-150 dollars.
Your Winchester model 370 does not have much value; it is going for between 75-150 dollars. It may intrest you to know that the model 370 was made in Winchester's Canadian plant at Cobourg, Ontario. They were made there from 1968-1973.
Winchester did not keep records of the model 370 shotguns serial numbers by year of production.I can say that the model 370 Winchester was made from 1968-1973.I hope this helps.
Winchester did not keep records of the model 370 shotguns serial number by year of production.I can say that the model 370 was made from 1968-1973.the value of your shotgun is between 75-100 dollars.
I have one that was purchased new for me in about 1971/72.The Winchester model 370 Youth shotgun was produced from 1968-1973.
Winchester did not keep records of the production of the model 370 shotgun by year. I can say that the model 370 was made during the years 1968-1973.
I'm not sure the collector value but I saw a used one in good condition in my local gun shop that was $89.99, a 16 gauge.
between $80-$120 depending on condition and buyers desire. Possibly more as winchesters are becoming collectable.
the Winchester model 370 was made from 1968-1973.
Winchester did not keep records of your model 370 by year. Model 370 guns were made between 1968 to 1973.
Made c.1970 by Winchester's subsidiary in Canada. Value is around $125 in top condition. firstname.lastname@example.org
depends on the condition, they go anywhere from 175 to 250, they are great guns to teach young ones with and good to just shoot for fun.
Answerdon't know...but i have same thing #C177800. bought new in either 1966 or 1968.The model 370 single shot break action shotgun normally go for between 50 to 150 dollars
Can't be answered without knowing who made it.
While I cannot give you the exact year of production because winchester did not keep records of your model 370 by year,I can say that these model 370 guns were made between 1968 to 1973.
what years were the 370 , 20 gauge made in Canada what years were the 370 , 20 gauge made in Canada
The Winchester model 370 was made from 1968-1973.I would assume that with the serial number that you provided,yours was made in the year 1969.
Need a detailed descriptioin of finish, condition, accessories, box, papers, etc..
These Winchester single barrel shotguns are selling for between 75-150 dollars.
Remington has never made a model 370, so I believe you mean a model 870 (which has been the Remington slide action shotgun since 1950). There are other markings on the gun to identify its design within the 870 series. Examples are Express, Wingmaster, Lightweight, Special Purpose, etc. Other considerations include the presence, or absence, of removable choke tubes, finish, vent rib, etc. Without this info, no value can even be guessed. The 870 was a Remington pump gun. Winchester made singles in 12 ga., 16 ga., 20 ga., 28 ga., and .410 bore that were Model 37, Model 370, and Model 37A. Model 37's were the oldest, followed by the Model 370. The Model 37A's picked up the serial numbers where the 370 ended. The Model 370's were manufactured in the late 60's to the late 70's. Most of the Winchester 370's I have seen run in a condition range from $115.00 low end to $250.00 high end.
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there is no such gun,WINCHESTER does not make a 370! do you mean 270??? What? I don't know where you have been but Winchester did make a 370. Full Choke Shotgun. The 370 is the successor to the model 37. I've seen numerous excellent condition 370's go for $200+. It all Varies upon Condition. But in all Around $100 for the 16 or 12. Low Value But Great guns. I've got the 16 and the 12. I'll Keep em Forever.