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Old 05-09-2010, 07:40 AM   #1
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I have a chance to buy a pre 64 model 94 winchester 30-30 good cond.Was wondering what there going for have seen them advertised for as much as 1000.
I live in Oregon gun shops have them ranging from 300-800 so im just wandering how much is too much?

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Old 05-09-2010, 08:34 AM   #2
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Pre 64 models I've seen are going from 650 up.

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MODEL 1894 1940-1964 PRODUCTION CARBINE
100% = $825 to 10% = $200

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I have collected and researced 94's for 40 plus years so have some knowledge of the subject. It is about impossible to give aa average price without knowing serial number, model ( rifle, short rifle, extra long rifle, carbine, src carbine, trapper). All bring different prices. If you can get photo and serial number a more accurate price can be given.

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I just picked up a model 94 for $200 bucks that seems to be about 90% anyone know what vintage a 44994** serial # is ? I am guessing mid-late 70's ?

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I just picked up a model 94 for $200 bucks that seems to be about 90% anyone know what vintage a 44994** serial # is ? I am guessing mid-late 70's ?
This should help:

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