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What is the value of a Winchester model 1894 30 WCF octagon nickel steel barrel serial 319856?


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2009-11-16 17:57:15
2009-11-16 17:57:15

Depending on condition..

A whole lot


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ho much is a model 55 nickel steel barrel Winchester 32 special worth today?

It has a nickel steel barrel and is a 12 gauge with a mod choke. It has a nickel steel barrel and is a 12 gauge with a mod choke. It has a nickel steel barrel and is a 12 gauge with a mod choke.

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.

1968 BUFFALO BILL 30-30 cal. 122169 mfg. (rifles & carbines) Engraved blue receiver, nickel plated forend cap, barrel bands and buttplate, medallion in stock RIFLE - 26" heavy octagon barrel $545 CARBINE - 20" heavy octagon barrel $545 Consecutively Serial Numbered Matched Pair

I can give you a more accurate value if you will provide the serial number(to determine the year of manufacture). I will also need to know if your rifle has any special features such as a takedown model,A button magazine(half magazine),special wood,pistol grip buttstock,round barrel or half round half octagon,or full octagon barrel etc.

!@ 122,169 rifles and carbines made in 1968. Medallion in stock. Nickel plated butt, barrel bands and forend cap.RIFLE had a 26 inch hvy bbl\CARBINE came with a 20" heavy octagon barrel50-500 USD depending on condition.

I had the same question so I bought a box of Winchester steel shells [#7 shot target loads 1200 fps] and shot them through my M12 nickel steel barrel with a Briley Mod. Choke tube. The plastic build up was more than I expected but after a good cleaning the barrel still looks good, no damage using target loads and they broke targets. I am going to shoot more through that barrel and keep checking.

Hopefully you are looking at the barrel marking indicating a nickel steel barrel, and not that the rifle has been nickel plated. We would have to have a LOT more information to even hazard a guess on value. Condition, originality, any special order features....? Is it actually a rifle, or it is a carbine? Digital pictures would be a big help.

We would have to have detailed information on what condition this gun is in, any special order features, etc. Good digital photos will help, the more the better, from all different angles. Without knowing the condition, anywhere from $150-$1500.

The Winchester 1873 was known as the gun that "won the west".The Winchester 1873 was made in rifles, carbines and muskets. Most of the carbines and muskets were of standard configuration but many rifles had features such as fancy wood, pistol grip, checking, longer or shorter barrel length, heavier barrel weight, octagon or half octagon barrel (round was standard), matted barrel, shotgun butt, Swiss butt, sling swivels, special stock dimensions, shorter magazine, engraving, special sights, nickel or part nickel finish (sometimes silver or gold), case hardened frame and many other custom features. Standard barrels on carbines were 20" round, rifles 24" round (more octagon barrels were made), Muskets 30" round. The carbines and muskets were always made with round barrels. Rifle barrels were as short as 14" and up to 36". Carbine barrels were as short as 12" with many In 15" and 16".Magazines of all First Models and some early Second Models used a screw-in plug. Later ones used a plug that was held in by a screw.1873's made after about the 560,000 range (1906) were proof marked on the front top of receiver and rear top of barrel. Earlier ones with proofing stamps indicate they were returned to the factory for repair or rework.

cuanto vale el fusil 32 w.c.f. modelo53 winchester nickel steel?

The name Winchester, the caliber of the gun, and "Model of 18XX " should be stamped right into the barrel, if it's not there, then the barrel has been replaced. This pretty much killed the value of the gun, ...sorry. Winchester had a half a dozen lever actions, try searching google images and compare them with what you have, that might help. If you want, you can eMail me a photo and I can tell you for sure. Are you sure it's a Winchester? There are a lot of clones out there.

The answer to this question depends on the condition of the gun. It can range from a value of $250 for a poor one to $1500 for one in excellant condition.

Must be appraised by a professional.

Almost nothing unless you can prove it left the factory with a nickel finish.

Being a commemorative doesn't really increase the value much. Compare it to one of the same year with the same features in the same caliber and add $50, ($100 if you still have the box and papers)

The Winchester saddle ring rifle costs $3,950. The rifle was manufactured in the year 1904 with?æa scare 25-35 caliber.

No.As a matter of fact I have no records of Winchester ever making a model 6!Could you be thinking of the Winchester model of 1906 .22cal.rifle?

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.

Introduced around 1940, Winchester Proof Steel is the alloy used by Winchester to manufacture it's firearms. It replaced nickel steel, used in the early production Winchester 94's to withstand the power of the first 'main stream' smokeless powder rifle cartridge - the .30 WCF, now known as the .30-30. Note, however, that the 94 Winchester was intoduced in .30 WCF a year after the production of blackpowder 94s. Winchester Proof is stronger than nickel steel, and holds blueing better. The nickel in nickel steel made blueing flake off of recievers and barrels of Winchester rifles over long periods of time. Winchester introduced Proof Steel in 1931, and began using it for the Model 94 in April of 1932. "Proof Steel" is a chrome-moly alloy.

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