Re: winchester model 94 .32 win sp
You need a firearms evaluator to look at it. A good one in prime shape can be well over $1,000 especially if its all original but it also could just go for barely $500, hard to say without seeing it. Mine is from the 20's but I bought it with most of the working parts in a coffee can and it was rusty. I had to replace a couple of pins and reblued it so I ditched any value it had but it's a shooter and it has been going out to the woods with me for deer hunting since I loaned out my .308. I have been classified as a heathen because if it works I am going to shoot it.
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