Value is determined by a number of factors in addition to age, e.g., condition, any "special issue", documentation, etc. First off, check out the NRA Condition Grading Definitions For Antique Firearms. You can find these by using the Google search form to the right. To get a reliable estimate of the value of your gun, see a professional appraiser. Of course, ultimately the value of anything is what it is worth to individuals. What is it worth to you? What is it worth to an individual potential buyer. The gun may be worth more to you because it has sentimental value, e.g. it was your grandfather's gun.
If you truly have a Winchester Model 1906 that was manufactured in the year 1951, it would be priceless or absolutely worthless. Winchester ceased production of the Model 1906 in December of 1932.
The value of a Winchester Texas Ranger Presentation would be dependent upon a couple different factors. When dealing with limited edition pieces, the most important factor is usually the condition.
Manufactured between 1934 and 1946. Value would depend on condition. $100 to $250.
When it was introduced, it was called .30 WCF (Thirty caliber Winchester Center Fire). At some point became 30-30. Value depends on condition. Around $ 300 would be somewhere in the ballpark. Marlin originally used 30-30 so they wouldn't have to put a Winchester "brand" on their rifles when manufactured in the caliber.
The gun was manufactured in 1971. I would suggest looking in the blue book of guns for the actual value.
if you have a Winchester model 1894,then your rifle was made in 1912.The value would depend on many condition factors such as amount of blueing left on the metal,the wood (cracked,varnish left on etc.)
The value of a Winchester 1500 XTR would depend on a couple different things. Some of these things would include the age and condition of the Winchester.
The value of these winchester rifles of that age is substantial.As yours is a takedown model that adds even more value to it.I would have your winchester appraised by a winchester collector assoc. member,or a gun collector with a large collection of winchesters to get the true value amount.we could be talking in the thousands of dollars range.
Manufactured in 1953, the value could be significant, depending on condition. You would be best off having it appraised by a reputable gunsmith or collector.
Your Winchester Model 54 was manufactured between 1929 and 1930. It's value, in good condition as described, would be around $1000.
Winchester Model 1894 serial number 453986 was manufactured in the year 1910. The value can only be determined by a visual inspection & evaluation. Bert H.
If this is a Model 94 Winchester (because they made other models chambered in 30-30) then it was manufactured in 1950 and has significant potential value, depending on condition and any factory features. You would be well advised to obtain a professional appraisal.
your Winchester model 1892 was made in 1896. this makes it a antique rifle and the value is running between 700-2,500 dollars depending on condition and if it is a takedown model you could add 25% to the above listed values.It would make sense to have your Winchester appraised buy a pro.
They were not serialized with the Winchester 94, but your gun would have been made from the 1960's into the 1970's.
A Winchester 12/20 gauge shot gun can cost anywhere from 200 dollars to 500 dollars. This depends on what shape the gun is in.
I would asses a value of between 350-500 dollars,depending on the amount of original finish remaining,and a good bore.
I would need to know the Winchester model number,and the overall condition to give you a accurate value to your Winchester.
The value of your Winchester model 61 could be considerable,I would have your rifle examined by a member of the Winchester collectors assoc.to establish the proper value.
the ammunition would be the 25-20 Winchester center fire (25-20 WCF). ammunition is still manufactured by Winchester for this rifle.
I think the only Winchester with a serial number that high would be a Model 94 manufactured in 1972.
The exact value of a Winchester 1300 would be highly dependent upon a couple of different factors. Some of these factors include the age and condition of the Winchester.
WOULD LIKE TO KNOW THE VALUE OF A 1976 WINCHESTER 30/30, MODEL # 94
The value of a Winchester model 330 rifle would be dependent upon a couple different factors. The main factor would be the condition of the rifle.
Your rifle was manufactured between 1943 and 1948. No records are available to determine it specifically. The value will depend on condition and any special features (take down, carbine, engraving). You would be best off to have it appraised by an advanced Winchester collector since the value could easily be in the thousands of dollars.
Winchester model 1897 12 gaugeThe 1897 Winchester model 12 gauge pump was manufactured 1897-1957. The standard barrel length could be ordered from 20"-36". The value depends on condition,The year it was manufactured, and also historic value. If it have any markings such as police use, military use, or any other historic use the value would be much higher, for example the U.S. Winchester Model 1897 slide action trench gun $2,800-and up. Without examining your shotgun, if it is in decent condition, working order, no special historic value it should sell for between $500-$700