Hi. I oculd use a bit of help trying to value a gun. I have heard and read on your site that a pre-64 model 70 has some value to it. How do you tell if it is a pre-64? Here is what I have and would like to get an estimated value. Winchester -- Model 70 -- 30-06 SPRG. Made in New Haven Conn. U.S. of America, Winchester proof steel. It is stamped with a marking that looks like a W over a P. The serial number is 293218. It has a "Bear Cub" Kollmorgen Optical Corp. Northampton Mass scope 2 3/4X on Redfield mounts. As for the gun's shape. The blueing is pretty much worn off. The gun was used by both my father and me for hunting so the stock does have scratches and is Marred. The wood on the stock is multi colored (Light front end and butt and the rest is medium colored wood. It still shoots great though. I didn't want to part with this gun, but we are moving to England and then on to Romania and can't take it there. Sure do appreciate it.