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what is the value of a Winchester carbine 1912 that is 98 years old

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you are mistaken Winchester model 88 is a lever action side eject rifle value is 300.00 to 450.00 depending on cond.



No model 98 listed in any reference book I have.


Your Winchester model 62 was made by Winchester in 1937.As To the value of your Winchester model 62,these are selling for between 130 dollars for a gun with 10% original finish remaining all the way up to 1,000 dollars for a fine specimen in 98% original condition with a mint bore.


Prior t0 1958 the 98 depending on condition and barrel markings would start at 900.00 range. If barrel is marked (not for ball) on the top this model would start at about 1400.00.


Without the serial number to confirm this your gun in 10% condition $350, up to $6,500 in 98% condition


Blue Book and Standard Catalog suggest $300 and $400 in Excellent (98% original finish) condition. It's worth about $200 as a "parts gun".


WINCHESTER DATES OF MANUFACTURE Winchester Model 1902: Not numbered, 666,742 manufactured. Manufactured between 1902 and 1931. A model 1902 is valued at $60 with 10% original finish and $400 with 98% according to the Blue Book of Gun Values. Since these "boy's rifles" were usually well-used, an "average" condition is probably 60% or less, and the 60% value is $100.


There were several versions of the model 98. Model 98 was made in 1974 Model 98 Daisy Eagle made between 1955 -1960 ( Your model) Model 98 Golden Eagle W/Scope 1957 Model 98 Golden hunter 1958 All of these have different values. In order to give you an estimate of value I need to know the condition of the rifle. Please rate it as Poor, Fair, Good, Very Good or Excellent condition. And if it's still working. with that information I can give you an estimate of value.


The model 24 Winchester shotgun is selling for between 225 dollars for one in 60% original condition,up to 725 dollars for a nice specimen in 98% original condition.You can add a 20% premium to the above fiqures for one in 16ga.


model 950 jetfire (bs) $140 @ 98% ---add $80 for nickel finish. stainless is $150 @ 98% 950 EL $230 @ 98%


A model 1902 is valued at $60 with 10% original finish and $400 with 98% according to the Blue Book of Gun Values. Since these "boy's rifles" were usually well-used, an "average" condition is probably 60% or less, and the 60% value is $100.


Your winchester model 12 shotgun is currently values at between 250-600 dollars based on the original finish on the shotgun being between 60%-98%.


1 grand to a million depending on who you are and who you killed with it.Please disregard the previous answer,some people on here like to make jokes.I would like to say that youe Winchester model 1912 pump action shotgun which was made in 1953 is valued at 625 dollars for a gun with 98% original finish remaining,and a good bore.If a after model choke has been installed,then the price will drop some.This price is based on your model 1912 shotgun being a standard model.


your Winchester model 1894 was made in 1940.As to the value I would assume that your description would put the rifle between 95%-98% of original condition.If so it would be valued between 625 and 750 dollars.If in 25-35 caliber I would add a 10-15 percent premium.


if your Winchester shotgun is the lightweight field model then it is valued at 1250.00 for one in 70% condition up to 2,000 for one in 98%condition.


These economy versions of the model 70 are valued at between 140 dollars for a gun with 60% of the original finish,up to 250 dollars for a gun with 98% of the original finish.


A pre 64 model 88 is going for between 550 dollars for one with 60% original finish left on the wood and metal to as high as 1,100 dollars for a pristine example with 98% original finish left.


Depending on condition, around $125.


Well that depends on a few factors, doesn't it? It depends on how much someone else wants it. Since its relatively rare gun i would say anywhere from $1000 to $1500.


Your Marlin model 98 promotional model semi-auto ,22cal rifle which was made between 1957-1959.Is valued at between 75-150 dollars.


$100 to over $1500, depending on specifics.Some of the things which will affect value:Overall conditionWhether your "Model 98" is the long (and more uncommon) Gewehr 98 or the short Karabiner 98.Whether, in the case of the Kar. 98, it's a pre-war or wartime production modelMarkings. A lot of the Soviet capture rifles were imported into the US by CAI and others, and have had the markings scrubbed, which negatively impacts value.Whether or not parts are matching.Whether or not it's a rifle which has been 'duffel cut'Which arsenal produced it



I'm thinking that you are looking for antique cannons that fire shotgun size rounds and that load from the "Breach" or back instead of the front or "Muzzle". A good start might be to search the following: Winchester Cannon or Winchester Model 98 That should get you somewhere ... ! Dan I'm thinking that you are looking for antique cannons that fire shotgun size rounds and that load from the "Breach" or back instead of the front or "Muzzle". A good start might be to search the following: Winchester Cannon or Winchester Model 98 That should get you somewhere ... ! Dan


Your Winchester Model 94 Lever Action Rifle with serial number 607159, was manufactured in 1912. Thus, making your rifle 98 years old, as of 2010. The model number did not change from Model 1894 to Model 94, until near the 700,000 serial number. The correct model number will be shown on the upper tang of the receiver on your rifle. I hope you find this information helpful.



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