I have a chance to buy a 1907-1908 Winchester 94 in good condition for $375.00... Deal or no deal?
Not sure on the market values of older guns like this, but I want one.
Thanks in advance!
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The value of ANY firearm is driven by exact make, model, CONDITION and ORIGINALITY.
The Winchester 94 in question may be worth significantly more, less- or about that much- depending on what shape it is in, what caliber, and what has been done to it.
We really cannot even make a good guess sight unseen.
What we have here is... failure- to communicate.
If it is as you say "good condition" that is very cheap. But like c3 says unless you know what to look for it might not be in "good condition".
Just walking on the edge of of my grave.
Understood, I'll see if I can get some detailed pics of the stock, receiver and barrel. It is chambered in 30-30.
Thanks for the help.