Well the MSRP Price of a Winchester Saddle Ring Carbine Is $1639.99 if that is any help
your Winchester model 1894 saddle ring carbine was made by Winchester in 1914.
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That is hard to say without a detailed description of the carbines overall condition including the bore.These are very highly collected,and a carbine in very good condition with most of it,s original finish could bring a high sume.I would have a Winchester Collectors assoc member give it a appraisel.By the way your carbine was made by Winchester in the year 1919.
Your Winchester Model 94 Saddle Ring Carbine was made in 1969. It books from $325 in 100% condition to $150 in 60%.
NO, BUT I WOULD LIKE TO BUY ONE IF YOU KNOW SOMEONE THAT HAS ONE.
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.
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.
Made in 1918 per George Madis reference booklet which contains Winchester manufacturing dates.
Try: Winchester collector.com
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.
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 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 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.
value depends on overall condition. And, I think you mean 45/70 cal. for the 1986 model or do you mean 1886 ???????????
Your rifle/carbine could bring between 900-1,500 dollars depending on overall condition.The better the amount of original finish remaining on the wood and metal,the higher the price.The bore must be just as good also.Your Winchester model 1892 was made in the year 1927.If it has a saddle ring on the side it would be considered a saddle ring carbine,which usually command higher prices.
A original Winchester model 1866 fourth model carbine will bring between 3,000-8,000 for a rifle in below average condition,8,000-20,000 for a average condition rifle,and 20,000-35,000 dollars for a above average condition rifle.I would very seriously consider having a member of the Winchester collectors assoc.evaluate and appraise this rifles value.
Your gun was manufactured in 1941. If its a rifle: Exc V.G. Good Fair Poor $3000 2000 750 500 200 If its a saddle ring carbine 3000 2000 600 400 200 If no saddle ring, deduct 35%
I have seen these selling for between 375-475 dollars here locally.It may be more or less in other parts of the country.
No way to answer without a description of the finish and overall condition.
World War II production, and factory records are inconsistent between 1941-1945. Value depends on exactly which variation you have (flat-band 'Eastern' carbine, saddle-ring carbine, rare markings, etc) and, above all, originality and condition. firstname.lastname@example.org