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Question by TheShirleys. Uploaded on May 09, 2010
More than 75! Does it have a steel butt plate on the stock? Sounds like you came across a great sale, nice going.
You got your Money's worth. Winchester Maid over 5,000,000 your at 3,766,366 $275 to $375 I would say.
Prices all over the place, depends on Condition & age, some free advice, NEVER put a serial # on the internet.
What is the value of a Winchester model 94 30-30 octogonal barrel and made in 1950 very good condition.?
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Depends on what year it was made. What is the barrel length? Round or octogon? You need to give out more info on codition and such. Could be worth $75 up to $75,000
canadian centennial model with hexagon barrel
The Canadian Centennial model, like any commemorative Winchester, has to be absolutely new in the original box with all paperwork and accessories to have any appreciable value over a standard shooter-grade Model 94. If you do have all of the original paperwork, box, etc, and the gun is still truly unfired, you might realize up to around $600. ANY flaws, and the gun is back to $150-$200 tops.
I just sold a Winchester Model 94 Ser # 1393112 for $270.00 on 7/28/2005 at a public auction.
94 30 30 winchester with octagon barrel
I have a '94 Winchester, saddle ring carbine, round bbl, mfg. in 1912. It has perhaps 30% of original blue but is mostly case color steel. The gun has been used over the years but the bore is clean and bright and the wood is in good shape with the normal number of scratches and dings expected in 90+ years use.
At a gun show in Dallas recently, a fellow offered $850. for the gun but it has sentitmental value and I intend to keep it.
Winchester model 94 with serial number 1145676 does not have an octagonal barrel and has a 24 inch barrel including the chamber
If someone sold a model 94 for $75, either they were in desperate need of cash, the gun doesn't work properly, or they were just plain stupid. I'd get that thing checked out by a gunsmith if you plan on doing any shooting with it.
Probably worth $75 +/-. Hope i'm wrong!
good buy. like moishe said, never make a serial number for a firearm public knowledge.
You got a good deal. If it shoots without repair you got a great deal. How good depends on which 94 you bought, Win. made many models and with a high serial # as yours I doubt you bought a relic but one worth several times more than you paid.
Moishi and jamesti,
For curiosity what is the reason for not posting a full serial number?
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