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  • Value of Winchester Model 94 30-30 Win

    Serial #4501021. Looks like made somewhere between 1907-1908. New Haven Conn. Winchester Proof Steel.

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    Not enough information. Need condition, rifle or carbine, long or short wood, saddle ring? octagon or round barrel, butt plate, and probably more. Photos would be helpful, also.

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    • #3
      A 4,000,000 serial number is very new. I have a 3 million and it is '70's.
      My 2 million is 1956.
      How did you measure the barrel ? The proper way is to put a small dowel in the barrel as far as it will go and mark the dowel at the end of the barrel by the front sight. Take it out and measure the distance from the dowel end to your mark. If in fact 11.25" it is too short and illegal. Don't use it . Talk to a gun smith about another barrel installed, otherwise it can't be used or owned.

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      • #4
        excellent condition, rifle, round barrel, barrel length is about 11 1/4"
        Attached Files

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        • #5
          According to the Madis Winchester "Dates of Manufacture" book, the rifle with that serial number was made in 1977.
          I am sorry to tell you that a rifle barrel shorter than 16 inches would be illegal.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Anne Nordquist View Post
            excellent condition, rifle, round barrel, barrel length is about 11 1/4"
            I have one from the early 80s that looks just like that. Probably $350 ballpark, just a guess.

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            • #7
              Your 1894 Winchester Sn# 4,501,021....30/30 with a cut down Bbl 11.1/4" was made with a 20"Bbl back in 1977, Not in 1907-8 (43,8985) Send a Pix of front of Bbl with sight & hood. Some Winchester Mod 92s & 94s were factory cut to 14"-16"-18"Bbl back in 1900s most were sold to trappers in Yukon & Canada.
              Value depends on how it shoots and who wants a 11.1/4Bbl??

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              • #8
                Originally posted by Treestand View Post
                Your 1894 Winchester Sn# 4,501,021....30/30 with a cut down Bbl 11.1/4" was made with a 20"Bbl back in 1977, Not in 1907-8 (43,8985) Send a Pix of front of Bbl with sight & hood. Some Winchester Mod 92s & 94s were factory cut to 14"-16"-18"Bbl back in 1900s most were sold to trappers in Yukon & Canada.
                Value depends on how it shoots and who wants a 11.1/4Bbl??
                Better still, send a picture of the whole rifle.
                You may not have measured the barrel length correctly.

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                • #9
                  No more than 300 out of deer season. You can buy brand new one for 399 on sale right now.

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                  • #10
                    Short wood, serial number puts it post '64, round barrel, mouse ears rear sight, no saddle ring, not worth over $200.00 in this area market. If the barrel has really been cut to 11 1/4" it is both illegal and probably worthless.

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by Treestand View Post
                      Your 1894 Winchester Sn# 4,501,021....30/30 with a cut down Bbl 11.1/4" was made with a 20"Bbl back in 1977, Not in 1907-8 (43,8985) Send a Pix of front of Bbl with sight & hood. Some Winchester Mod 92s & 94s were factory cut to 14"-16"-18"Bbl back in 1900s most were sold to trappers in Yukon & Canada.
                      Value depends on how it shoots and who wants a 11.1/4Bbl??
                      I believe the barrel was measured incorrectly,... just a hunch,

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by Treestand View Post
                        Your 1894 Winchester Sn# 4,501,021....30/30 with a cut down Bbl 11.1/4" was made with a 20"Bbl back in 1977, Not in 1907-8 (43,8985) Send a Pix of front of Bbl with sight & hood. Some Winchester Mod 92s & 94s were factory cut to 14"-16"-18"Bbl back in 1900s most were sold to trappers in Yukon & Canada.
                        Value depends on how it shoots and who wants a 11.1/4Bbl??
                        Could be? He has not returned any answers or Questions & pix??

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by crm3006 View Post
                          Short wood, serial number puts it post '64, round barrel, mouse ears rear sight, no saddle ring, not worth over $200.00 in this area market. If the barrel has really been cut to 11 1/4" it is both illegal and probably worthless.
                          Unless some one was making a Mare's Leg that has a 11"- 12"Bbl

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                          • #14
                            I just measured my mod. 94 30-30. Guess how many inches of barrel extend past the end of the forearm ? Yep, 11.25"

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by crm3006 View Post
                              Short wood, serial number puts it post '64, round barrel, mouse ears rear sight, no saddle ring, not worth over $200.00 in this area market. If the barrel has really been cut to 11 1/4" it is both illegal and probably worthless.
                              Mare's Legs are still illegal, unless they are the commercial type made that way at the factory. Did you know that Steve McQueen always carried .45-70 shells in his loops, even though his Mare's Leg was actually a .44-40? He thought the .45-70s looked "cool"!

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