Model 94 30-30

Discussion in 'The Ask the Pros & What's It Worth? Forum' started by Nortranman, Mar 13, 2006.

  1. Nortranman

    Nortranman New Member

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    OK, so the old 12 ga. ain't worth much to anybody but me. Thanks for the help. Next gun: Model 94 30-30 with long octogon barrel; Serial 83069- bluing is pretty well worn off and the stock was scraped down in the '60's and linseed oiled. Barrel is a bit worn but still shoots well and the action is sound. I put some rounds through it a few years ago but it is WAY to heavy for hunting. Any Idea on value?
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    22WRF Well-Known Member

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    The DOM is 1918 if that helps
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    Need to know if this is a model 1894 or a model 94? Barrel length and caliber?????
  4. Nortranman

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    The gun is inscribed "Model 1894 Winchester"-next line says "Patented August 21, 1894. Also stamped "nickel steel barrel especially for smokeless powder" Correction on serial # 83061. Barrel approx. 25". Barrel is stamped "30 w.c.f." just ahead of receiver. Has concave butt with steel butt plate. That's as much as I can find stamped on the piece.
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    Xracer *TFF Admin Staff Mediator*

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    Give us the serial # again. 83069- gives a manufacture date of 1918. 83061 gives a manufacture date of 1897 and commands a premium of 30%.

    Blue Book value is:

    95% - $1675
    90% - $1350
    80% - $1150
    70% - $925
    60% - $850

    Add 30%-60% for deluxe models, depending on original condition
    Add 20% for takedown variation
    Add 30% for 1894-98 antique mfg. (pre-148,000 ser. no.)
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    Morning XTRACER;
    Definetely Serial # 83061. Have had that number memorized since I was a little kid, always had a love for the old gun. I will certainly continue to keep the old girl in the gun safe & locked.
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    PS: sorry for the typo on your handle- XRACER.
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    Xracer *TFF Admin Staff Mediator*

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    No problem Nortranman.....call me anything you want......except late for dinner! :D
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