There was no 300 Winchester Magnum cartridge in 1939. A 1939 Model 70 would be marked "300 Mag"...and it will be chambered for the 300 H&H Magnum cartridge. There was no other 30 Magnum cartridge in 1939 in the Model 70. The 300 Winchester magnum cartridge was introduced in 1963,...the last year the Pre'64 Model 70 was made. Your 1939 Model 70 may have had a later barrel swapped in to it. 300 Winchester and 300 Win Mag are the same cartridge.
Your Winchester model 94 which was made in 1969 will bring between 175-300 dollars depending on overall condition,and a good bore.
Depending on condition 300-1500 USD.
With the information provided, price range of 500-1500
I know how much it would be worth to me. $1500. firstname.lastname@example.org if you want to sell
150-300 dollars depending on overall condition and a good bore.
The 300 Win Mag wasn't introduced until 1963. It could have had a new barrel put on it. Take it to a gunsmith.
Your gun was made in 1974, so it is not a pre-64 model. Its value in good condition would be in the $300 range.
As far as I know Winchester did not keep records of the model 670 and 670 Magnum series rifles.I can say that the model 670 was made from 1967-1973.The model 670 rifle will bring between 140-300 dollars depending on overall condition,with 300 quoted as a perfect unfired rifle.
They normally go in the $300 to $400 range in good shape, but everybody's broke so I wouldn't get my hopes up. There's a lot of them out there
Rifle chambered in one of the cartridges named Winchester Magnum- such as the .300 Winchester Magnum- or .300 Win mag for short.
If you have a model 70 winchester rifle?then it was made in 1964 with the serial number you provided.
Depending on condition anywhere from $350 to $500.
Your Winchester model 70 bolt action rifle that is chambered in .300 Win Mag,has a twist rate of 1 in 10.
I will start my answer with a question?Are you sure that your winchester model 70 was made by winchester in 1948?I ask this because the 300 win.magnum was not a chambering that was available until the late 1950,s.The cartridge was based on a 458 winchester magnum case that was necked down.The 458 winchester came into being in 1956-1958.It also spawned the 264 win.mag caliber,and the .338 win mag caliber.I would expect that your winchester model 70 rifle was rechambered at some point in time if it is indeed a winchester model 70 made in 1948.This can also be said if we are talking about the .300 weatherby mag chambering.
about $250 to $300
None. the term "300 Weatherby Magnum" is not merely a brand, it IS the caliber of the cartridge (no matter who makes it) It does NOT interchange with the .300 Winchester Magnum cartridge.
The 300 Winchester Magnum was not introduced until 1963. So yes most likely it is the H&H. I would do a chamber cast to make sure though. Both the .300 Win Magnum and the .300 H&H Magnum were standard calibers for the Model 70 in that era, with the .300 Win Magnum the more rare of the two. If your rifle is only stamped ".300 Magnum" it is more likely the .300 Win Magnum. You will want to have the chamber cast and the caliber verified before attempting to fire the rifle. I am lucky enough to own a pre 64 model 70 win,in the 300h&h.It is stamped 300 H&h Maginum.If your gun is stamped 300 Magnum , it is probally a 300 win mag.