It seems as if all I'm doing is asking for info... hope ya'll don't mind. I have a Winchester model 1890 .22 short only... made in 1919 (per serial#) I haven't been able to read a mark at the breech end of barrel... looks greek to me... lol. This is a so-called gallery gun...right? I would think as old as it is.. if used that way, the barrel would be shot out, but it has well defined rifflings and no pitting. bluing isn't great and I believe the stock and forearm have been glossed up... I have an offer for it...$250. is that anywhere close to what's a fair price?