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    what is a winchester model 94 30-30 worth

  • #2
    Most of the ones that were produced from the 1970's forward are around 300-
    500 dollars I believe.

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    • #3
      A plain jane '94 pre 1964 is about $500 to $600.
      Anything special can be in the $thousands.
      A post 1964 (quality suffered post 1964) '94 plain jane is $350 to $400.
      It all depends on condition and specific model.

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      • #4
        I agree with .30-'06 and jhjimbo: The price of the used .30-30 will depend on the condition of the bore and finish, the date of manufacture (which can be determined by serial number), and any accessorization.
        Winchester made some cost-cutting measures in 1964 to reduce production costs in the hopes of remaining competitive on the market. The market was not appreciative and sales dropped off. Realizing some of these errors, changes were made to improve the situation in 1968. When U.S. Repeating Arms (an employee-owned corporation) took over in 1981, they made significant changes and additions, replaced and upgraded tired tooling. The economy and the market wasn't favorable, and USRAC went bankrupt in 1989, so FN Herstal bought the assets and the rights to the name.
        Briefly, compare your Model 94 to others in similar condition, produced at much the same time.

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        • #5
          Your Serial Number will determined and Condition the WORTH of your Win/M-94.
          I buy Winchesters and Marlins from Pawn Shops after the deer season is over in LOT'S for $175.00
          each no matter what condition there in scope or No scope. Pre 1964s/94s in 32Win Spl. bring $650.00+...30-30 94s $275-$375+/- This is Real World Prices.

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          • #6
            It is pre 64

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            • #7
              If it is new in box, I will pay $200, sight unseen

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              • #8
                I'll give $250.00 for a NIB pre '64.

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                • #9
                  thanks but i just got it as a gift and wondering what it was worth not looking to sell

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                  • #10
                    It depends on age and condition of gun.

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                    • #11
                      my 30-30 serial number is932693, was just curious what it might be worth. it is in good condition and perfectly accurate

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