pre '64 Model 94 carbine

Discussion in 'The Ask the Pros & What's It Worth? Forum' started by iron man, Jun 25, 2009.

  1. iron man

    iron man New Member

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    Looking for help to determine what my (1962-1963) model 94 carbine is valued at? I belive from what I have found on the net, that it is iether a 62 or 63. I am the third owner and have never fired the gun. From what my friend told me that I bought it from, he also never fired the gun. The gun is still in the original Winchester box with matching serial number and complete with the original warranty registration and the operators manual. I am not a gun person, but the gun looks very close to new.
  2. muddober

    muddober Active Member

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    I would guess that your gun would bring about a $1,000.00 assuming it is like you say and it is in fact a pre 64.

    Ron
  3. iron man

    iron man New Member

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    Thanks Ron, The ser # starts with 258 XXXX so I believe it is according to my very quick research a 1963 model ?
    Thanks again and if I have any other questions, I'll post again.
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