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Just bought a 1924 year for $600. A lot depends on condition. I consider the one I got good for the age. 30WCF, long, octagon bbl, curved steel buttplate, little blue on receiver (if it ever had any), rifling looks good. Nice old piece.
 

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Welcome marciatomno,

Go to this site and find "Manufacture Dates" (left side about 3/4 of the way down). Then click on Winchester. You can enter your gun's serial # and find the date of manufacture. With that you can dig further as to value.

http://oldguns.net/
 

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Winchester 94 30 wcf serial number is in 150— which puts it in the 1948 production class but when I look up the exact serial number it tells me it was made in 1949 is this strange to anyone else any feedback would be appreciated.
 
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