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.
ho much is a model 55 nickel steel barrel Winchester 32 special worth today?
These inexpensive Winchester shotguns are selling for between 55-140 dollars.
with no more information that that; 100-1000 USD.
Your Winchester Model 55 was manufactured in December of 1926.
your model 55 Winchester was made in 1925.
your Winchester model 55 was produced in 1926.
The Winchester 55 .22 caliber was not serialized.
Your winchester model 55 was assigned a serial number in the model 1894 production range.This was not that uncommon.The year of production of your model 55 was 1928.
The Winchester model 840 was made in Canada until 1980.The value ranges in price from 55-95 dollars.
your model 55 Winchester was made in 1928,so that puts its age at 82yrs.old
The value of your Model 55 can only be determined by a visual inspection & evaluation. There are several unknown factors that can affect the potential collector value. Bert H.
your model 55 Winchester was one of the first 5 rifles made in 1928.
Your Winchester model 55 was made in the year 1927 with the serial number that you have provided.
Your Winchester model 1894 was produced by Winchester in 1902.That being said it was offered in the following calibers,25-35WCF,30-30win(.30WCF),32-40WCF,32 win special(32 Spl).or 38-55 WCF. One of these calibers should be marked just ahead of the receiver on the barrel.good luck with your fine Winchester.
The collector value of your 1927 vintage Model 55 can only be assessed by a visual inspection & evaluation. Old Winchesters are very much like old classic automobiles... the graded condition, the factory originality, and the specific configuration are the key factors in determining what they are truly worth.
with the serial number that you have provided,your Winchester model 55 was made in the first year of production which was 1924.
The Winchester model 55 rifles were some one of the few rifles made by Winchest er to have serial numbers of their own,and also have them listed with the model 1894 rifle production serial numbers.Yours happens to be one of the rifles made that lists its serial number in the model 1894 range of numbers.With the serial number that you have provided,your Winchester model 55 rifle was made in the year 1928.The Winchester model 55 was made from 1926-1936,with a total production of only 20,592 rifles made.I hope this helps eliminate any confusion on this model of Winchester rifle.
Depends on the calibre of the rifle:Cartridge: 25-20 Winchester, 32-20 Winchester =.525 Magazine TubeCartridge: 25-35 Winchester, 30-30 Winchester, 32 Winchester Special, 32-40 Winchester, 38-40 Winchester, 38-55 Winchester, 44-40 Winchester, .44 Remington magnum, .45 long colt =.645 Magazine Tube
325-1,300 dollars depending on condition.
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 model 55 .22 , there were only 45,000 of these made. That has contributed to the value increasing in the past 5 years. They list for 3 to $400 in pretty average condition
All my references indicate that the winchester model 1895 was never chambered in 38-55 winchester caliber.Is it possable that your rifle was rechambered in the past?Please check your caliber again.It could be that your rifle is chamered in 38-72 win.
I can't rightly say... Winchester never made a Model 1892 in 30-30. The Model 1892 was available in 25-20 W.C.F., 32 W.C.F. (32-20), 38 W.C.F. (38-40), and 44 W.C.F. (44-40), all of which are pistol length cartridges. The Model 1894 on the other hand was made in 32-40, 38-55, 30 W.C.F. (30-30), 25-35 W.C.F., and 32 W.S. (Winchester Special).