The Model 94 Nickel steel 25-35 is a VERY RARE GUN. when the 25-25 was introduced it was primarily used in safari grade rifles ie,double barrel rifles,so if you have acquired a lever action one (i am assuming being a winchester) than i would take it to somebody who is very familiar with older model guns because the gun is not in production any more--and neither is the round-
The nickel steel 15 gauge Winchester model 12 serial number 580158, is valued at $400 in good condition.Ê In fair condition, it is valued at $350.Ê
$6300.00 fjc have gun will travel
Please include the serial number(to date your shotgun) and the overall condition to get a accurate value to your Winchester model 1912 pump action shotgun.
if the barrel is nickel steel 1900-2500 bucks
325-1,300 dollars depending on condition.
10-1000 USD depending on specifics; 1925
- 10-1000+ USD depending on specifics.
A GUNSHOP IN PHX GAVE ME SEVEN HUNDRED DOLLARS FOR MINE,SO ITS MOST LIKELY WORTH TWICE THAT.
Your Winchester model 55 takedown model(only in 30WCF) is valued at between 325 dollars for a gun with 10% or its original finish remaining,up to 1,300 dollars for a fine example with 80% of its original finish remaining.
The value of a Winchester model 1912 pump action 12 gauge shotgun is dependent upon a number of factors. Since it's in excellent condition, the value would be highly dependent on the person interested in purchasing it.
Additional information is necessary to properly value your rifle. There were two models available in the Winchester Model 1906. One had a straight stock and the other had a pistol grip stock and was called a Model 1906 Expert. Which one do you have? Also, you did not say, if your rifle was partially trimmed in nickel or was fully nickel trimmed?
It was manufactured in 1928. It is .30 caliber (30 Winchester Center Fire is another name for the 30-30 cartridge). The value will depend on the condition and originality.
10-500 USD or so
2nd sep 1949
600-2000 depending on condition
the value of a Winchester 20 gauge model 1400 and the history? the value of a Winchester 20 gauge model 1400 and the history?
With the serial number that you have provided,your Winchester model 1894 rifle was made in the year 1925.I cannot asses a value of your Winchester model 1894 rifle without a detailed description of its overall condition,if any special orde features are present(special wood,type of magazine,type of barrel,barrel length,checkering if present.)I would need to know the amount of original blueing remaining also.
Your Winchester model 1894 was made in the last 2 months of 1908.As to the value of your Winchester model 1894,I would say that the nickel finish was a special order feature,and if your rifle has any others it would be prudent to have a qualified gun collector or Winchester historian evaluate your gun and get a appropriate value.It will probably amaze you.
value Winchester 140
Being made during that time span I am not sure if iron will hold a nickel plating.I am surprised that you would want to destroy the collection value of such a early made Winchester rifle by attempting to Nickel plate the barrel of this rifle in the first place.All Winchester collectors would be willing to pay a handsome price for a original Winchester model 1866 rifle.
Your serial number indicates that your Winchester model 1894 rifle was made in the year 1939.