your Winchester model 1894 saddle ring carbine was made by Winchester in 1914.
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Actually any caliber other than 30-30,or 32win special,will bring a 40% premium to the value of any saddle ring carbine model 1894 Winchester.I can only assume that the 32-40(32WCF) and 25-35Win.would be the 2 most rare calibers in the saddle ring carbine version of the model 1894.
A saddle ring is a small metal ring on the side of a firearm, allowing it to be hung on a saddle hook.
Your Winchester model 1894 saddle ring carbine,which was made in the year 1919 should bring between 450-600 dollars in the condition that you describe.The right buyer may pay even more if he/she comes along.
It would be better if you would describe the overall condition of your Winchester model 1894 saddle ring carbine.Please include the amount of original finish remaining on your rifle in a percentage basis and include the overall condition of the wood and bore.A Winchester model 1894 saddle ring carbine that was made in the year 1907 good bring in excess of 1,000 dollars easily.If you supply this info I would be better able to set a value for you.
The Winchester saddle ring rifle costs $3,950. The rifle was manufactured in the year 1904 with?æa scare 25-35 caliber.
The value depends on what the gun is (rifle or carbine) and if it has the saddle ring and what the condition is. Since it is a pre-64 (manufactured in 1898) you should have it professionally appraised, preferrably by an advanced Winchester 94 collector. Almost certainly it has significant value.
It is called a "saddle ring." A leather thong can be attached used to mhang the rifle from your saddle. It is called a "saddle ring." A leather thong can be attached used to mhang the rifle from your saddle.
I must say no,I have never seen one with the saddle ring or seen any in my references.
It is a short rifle which has a steel ring attached to the left side of the receiver approximately opposite of the loading port. The purpose of the ring is to provide a convenient place to tie the rifle to your saddle, so if you drop it, you won't lose it. It seems like Winchester offered the saddle ring first in 1892.
Made in 1918 per George Madis reference booklet which contains Winchester manufacturing dates.
Assuming 90% condition, a rariity for a gun that was ordinarily well-used and not stored carefully away, the value would range from $1,600 to $2,000 in this fairly rare 25-35 caliber.
Gunnar Ring Amundsen was born in 1894.
if it has a saddle ring it is 1925 if no ring 1926
The collector value of your 1915 vintage Model 1894 can only be assessed by a visual inspection & evaluation (appraisal). 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 1894 saddle ring carbine was made in the year 1982.The value of these carbine,s is between 200-350 dollars,depending on the overall condition and a good bore.
Your Winchester Model 94 Saddle Ring Carbine was made in 1969. It books from $325 in 100% condition to $150 in 60%.
Unless a different sight was special-ordered, it would have come with the Series 26 rear sight, which was made in-house by Winchester. firstname.lastname@example.org
Well it depends on the condition, if it is a long gun or a carbine , or has the saddle ring on the left side. which would be the most valuble. if the rifle is not reblued or the stocks redone and is about 95% condition some collector might pay as high as $800.
Saddle strap is a fastener used to attach a saddle on a horse. It is usually made of a leather. Typically, the leather straps are connecting the stirrups to the saddle and protecting the rider's legs from sweat. (Stirrup is a light frame or ring that holds the foot of a rider, attached to the saddle by a strap.)