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winchester model 94 ser. num 4267762

Discussion in 'The Ask the Pros & What's It Worth? Forum' started by ringo33, Dec 22, 2010.

  1. ringo33

    ringo33 New Member

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    Not only would I like to know what its worth in good condition but really would love to know what year it was made thanks in advance
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    ringo33 New Member

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    Anybody can tell me what year would be a great
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    Anybody can tell me what year would be a great
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    Well----"what year" is answered. Now to value:

    Blue Book Sez: For a plain vanilla post 1964 Mdl 94 carbine in about any
    caliber other than 7-30 waters,

    100% $425
    95% $295
    80% $200
    60% $150

    Bluebook prices are RETAIL. Model 94 prices seem to vary a bit by region.
    For a better idea of value, check the auction sites and see what guns in
    similar condition to yours are SELLING for. Not the asking price, but actual
    sales.
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    Thank u all so much my gun has a dark walnut stock still very nice conditon my question is this. Is there I site I can go to and check serial numbers on my other model 94 models? Thanks
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    The dates you find online or in the Bluebook are all wrong because they are based on the Madis information. Bert Hartman and Larry Shennum are in the process of correcting the dates from Winchester polishing room records.
    I have all the correct dated serial numbers up to 1945, I can look up your numbers for you if you like.
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    Trap55,

    I may take you up on that if it is more accurate. I've checked mine several times over the last few years and each time it gets older. I must be too because I can never remember the date. Maybe I'll write it down this time,...if I can remember to do that. :)

    os
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    the markets gone nuts on the winchester lever guns.now that they are no longer made their values are what ever the market will allow.i know in my part of the country if you can find one for sale and in half decent shape the price will be anywhere from 300.00 to 500.00. old semperfi
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    $250 - $350 depending on condition and options is about right for my area of the country.

    For someone to think that they have something when all it was - was a cheap deer hunting rifle - I wouldn't get too excited.

    Collectors looks for rifles that have never been fired and never been used and never been handled.
    A friend of mine and his father collected Winchester rifles for 30 years.
    They bought every edition that came out from 1965 to about 1985.
    At one point - they bought about 10 John Wayne Commemoratives at Grice Gun Shop when they first came out - and none of them has been out of the box.
    They have every one that is on this list - Winchester Commemoratives

    http://collectorsfirearms.com/admin/show_inventory.php?catID=6&subcatID=55
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    Trap55

    The latest info I found was that the 1894 that is in the family was built in 1916.
    Serial No. 793023

    Is that the same in your corrected info?

    For years we were told it was made in the 30's then one place I checked said it was in the early 20's

    See what I mean about it getting older?

    Thanks, os
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    One Shot, It just got older!:D Serial No. 793023 left the polishing room early to mid 1915.
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