Re: Winchester model 100 .308
My father had one of these, so I keep an eye on them at gun shows. One thing that seems to make a difference in the price is whether it is "pre-64" or "post-64". As I understand it, in 1964 Winchester retooled and greatly modified their manufacturing processes. Many people seem to prefer "pre-64" Winchesters. With the Model 100, I think you can tell the difference by the stock: Pre-64 Model 100's had conventional checkering on the pistol grip and forend, while post-64s had an impressed basket-weave design.
Either way, for one in good shape, I never see people asking less that $400 for them, and often quite a bit more. What they actually get, I don't know.
Just my $.02 - hope it is of use.
Last edited by Lanrezac; 12-22-2011 at 07:39 PM..