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What is the value of a Winchester model 88 358 caliber?


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2008-02-07 18:40:10
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I have seen them sold between $800 & a little over $1000

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The Winchester model 88 manufactured in 1961, 358 caliber is worth $3,900 in excellent condition. In fair condition, it is worth $999.

I am not sure about the current value, but it is not a 358 Winchester, but is a 356 Winchester.

There is no such rifle, the Winchester Model 88 is a highly collectible lever action center fire rifle available in .243, .284, .308, and .358.

The current value of a pre-64 Winchester model 70 featherweight chambered in .358 running between 1,250-2,500 dollars for a rifle exhibiting between 60%-90% of its original finish on both the wood and metal,and a good bore.Some collectors would probably pay more depending on the individual and how bad he wants this rifle for his or her collection.

yes it did. although very scarce. i know of one,yes its real. so rare that gun price guides don't list this caliber.

It could be done. The .358 Winchester uses the .308 Winchester as its parent case, and the pressures generated are comparable. However, you would first need to verify whether or not .358 barrels are available for the Model 100, and whether or not the .358 Winchester would feed reliably in a semi-auto. The conversion could be done, providing the right items are available, but whether or not it would be advisable is a different matter altogether.

More than you got. $800 for the .308 caliber in pre 1964 $1500 and up for the .284 and .358 calibers in pre 1964 (spare magazines are $100 each for all calibers if you can find them) The guns made after 1964 are not as good and all of them should run less than $700 depending on condition.

Any rifle with the correct high grade ammo in .358 Winchester or .35 Whelen on up, can do the job just fine, and many have been killed with the .30-06. The .35 Winchester in the model 95 Winchester was considered to be one of the best, and it is well below the power of the .358 Winchester, especially in the newest loads available. The .300 Winchester magnum or the .338 Winchester magnum are likely ideal, but they kick enough to make a brass monkey flinch, and are not for the average hunter. The other advantage of the .358 Winchester, is you do not need a long barrel or a heavy rifle to do the job. Unless you are shooting at distances of 300 yards, there really is no advantage to the big magnums, and they are also quite cumbersome to say the least. A 300 mag or bigger to be on the safe side

That depends on the caliber of your rifle.The following listed prices are for a rifle that shows between 60%-80% of its original finish remaining and a good bore.The .308 Win will be between 350-500 dollars.The .243 Win. rifle will be between 550-850 dollars.The .358 Win caliber will be between 1,100-1,800 dollars.and the 284 Win.caliber will be between 850-1,650 dollars.

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Value is too difficult to be accurate without seeing the gun. Condition which includes the amount of original finish and original configuration will determine value. Recommend taking it to a gun shop for appraisal.

If the Browning BLR is a metal receiver and not aluminum its worth can be from 500.00 up to 1200 depending on condition and if its a straight stocked model(81 Lightening) on curved stock model.

38 caliber diameter is about .357/.358 whereas the 45 cal diameter is about .452

As of 2008 in Gun Digests;Digest of Guns and Prices that book lists a 99f featherweight chambered in 300 sav or 308 win with a 22inch barrel lightweight stocks and hollowed out butt end for the following condition price listings. Assuming wood and metal all original with no stock cutting and brass rotor: EXC = $900, VG=$600,G = $400, Fair=$250 and Poor= $75 Serial number range 755000 to present. Note: Add 100 percent of value for caliber group 284 and 358 winchester. Add 50% value for 243 and 250-3000 savage. Hope that helps.

The factors of 358 are: 1, 2, 179, 358.

these days about $358 dollars is how much i sold mine

As far as diameter, there is very little difference. A .357 is .358 in diameter and a 9mm is .356 in diameter.

37 is a prime number and 358 is a composite number

358 x 67 = 23986358 times sixty-seven is 23986

358 is rounded to the nearest ones.

The country code for Finland is +358, and mobiles begin with +358 4 or +358 5.

As with all firearms its condition is very important in attempting to determine value. The Blue of Gun Values, similar to the Kelly Blue Book, list values of from $3000 for this fiream in 100% condition (as it came from the factory) down to $875 for one with 50% of its original finish left. These figures assume the gun is in good working condition and has not been modified in any way. These figures are also RETAIL and not what a gun shop would offer you for the gun. This S/N implies a manufacturing date of 1962.

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