No reasonable estimate of value can be made without a detailed description of CONDITION. Only a very broad range of values can be given for conditions ranging from POOR to EXCELLENT. POOR: $200.00 EXCELLENT: $15,000.00 OR MORE, DEEPENDING ON SPECIAL ORDER FEATURES that were added at time of manufacture.
Who made it, what caliber is it, is it a rifle, shotgun or hadgun, how long is the barrel, is the barrel round or octagon, what is the stock made out of, what is the serial number(if any)? Who made it, what caliber is it, is it a rifle, shotgun or hadgun, how long is the barrel, is the barrel round or octagon, what is the stock made out of, what is the serial number(if any)?
1994 WINCHESTER MODEL 94 CENTENNIAL 30-30 cal. STANDARD GRADE 12000 mfg. $700 * Engraved blue receiver, 20" half-round, half-octagon barrel LIMITED EDITION 1200 mfg. $1500 * Hand engraved blue receiver w/ gold inlay, tang sight, 20" half-round, half-octagon barrel CUSTOM GRADE 94 mfg. $10500 Hand engraved silver receiver and barrel bands, tang sight, 20" half-round, half-octagon barrel
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.
In order to establish a value for your Winchester model 1894 rifle/or carbine.You would need to describe the amount of original finish left on the barrel and all metal parts,also the wood finish remaining.You will need to describe the condition of the bore.You will need to describe if any special order features are present,to include(special wood,checkered wood,shotgun style butt stock?,half magazine or full length,saddle ring on the carbine model,octagon barrel,half octagon half round,or round barrel,barrel length,etc)All these items that could be ordered on a pre war Model 1894 Winchester will come into play when assigning a value to your rifle.If you would include this info,then a more precise value can be established,
There are many determining factors to consider when assigning a value to a rifle of this age and high collector desirability.I would like to start with the fact that you have a Winchester model 1876 second model,lever action rifle that was made in the year 1881.This is determined by your serial number provided.What I do not know by your question is what barrel length you have?Does it have a .22 inch round barrel(Carbine model 1876.)or do you have a different barrel length,26inch,or 28inch barrel in either round or octagon configuration? This will affect the value of your Winchester.I will also need to know the amount of overall finish remaining on your Winchester model 1876?This greatly affects the value of your rifle/carbine.I would also need to know if our rifle has any special order features that were available during this time span,such as a half magazine,checkered forearm and stock,color cased hardened frame,and either round,octagon,or half round and half octagon barrel.If you are willing to provide this info you can post it to my message page here or post it at Wikianswers.com as you have already done.
That cannot be answered without a detailed description of the gun in question.Please include the amount of original finish remaining on the wood and metal,barrel length,barrel type(round or octagon),any special order features that may be present(special wood,checkered wood,half magazine,take down model)etc.All this will have a bearing on the value of your Wincheter model 1894 rifle which was made in the first year of production 1894.
That all depends.You will have to supply a more detailed description of your rifles overall condition,to include the amount of original finish remaining on the wood and metal,along with the bore condition.Please include any special order features which were available at that time.These include special wood,checkered wood,half magazine,octagon barrel,half octagon/half round barrel,tang site etc.All this will have a bearing on your rifles value.The model 1894 rifle was last chambered for the 25-35Win.cartridge in 1941,so your rifle was made sometime between 1894-1941.
Your Winchester model 1894 rifle which was made in 1938,will bring between 350-550 dollars or more depending on its overall condition and a good bore.Higher values will be paid if your rifle exhibits special order features such as a half magazine,half round half octagon barrel,checkered pistol grip stock,deluxe wood,etc.
In order to answer your question correctly,I would need a detailed description of the rifle in question.It is very important to describe the amount of original finish remaining,and if any special order features are present,including a octagon barrel,half octagon half round barrel,special wood,checkered wood,half magazine,is it a takedown model?All these will have a effect on the price of the rifle.A Winchester model 1894 rifle that was made in the year 1904 could have respectable collector value.You may want to consider having your rifle examined by a member of the Winchester collectors assoc.to determine a more accurate value.
Your Winchester model 1894 rifle which was made in the year 1907 could bring a lot of money.You would have to describe the overall condition of your rifle first.Also include if any special order features are present(special wood,checkered wood,half magazine,octagon barrel,half octagon half round barrel,shotgun buttstock,or cresent buttstock etc.)You would also have to include the amount of finish left on the metal and wood.All thse items will have a affect on the value of your rifle.You may to perfer to have a member of the Winchester collectors assoc.give it a overall price evaluation.This way you would be sure of its value.
To get a accurate value of your Winchester you will need to include the following information.The model number of your Winchester,the serial number(already included),the barrel length,type of barrel(round or octagon) the amount of finish remaining,and overall condition of the rifle including the bore.
Your Winchester model 1894 rifle,which was produced in the year 1937,will bring between 350-550 dollars,depending on its overall condition and a good bore.If you have a rifle which was ordered with any special features such as a half magazine,half round half octagon barrel,or special barrel length,or checkered wood,this will drive the price upwards quite a bit.I would have a Winchester collectors assoc.member do a visual inspection of your rifle due to the fact that it could bring in excess of a 1,000 dollars or more depending on the features and overall condition.
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.
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