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Help on the value of Winchester

Discussion in 'Uncategorized Threads' started by JJJ, Jul 23, 2007.

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  1. JJJ

    JJJ TS Member

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    A friend of mine was left two Winchesters. One is a Model 12 Featherweight. The
    magazine cap looks different than any I have seen on Medel 12s. It's 12
    gauge, Winchester Model 12F. It is in excellent shape. Serial Number 1816xxxF

    The other is a bolt action, clip fed .22 cal., also in excellent shape & VERY
    accurate. It's a Model 75.

    Thanks, JJJ
     
  2. JJJ

    JJJ TS Member

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    DB Bill:
    Thanks for the reply. It has one magazine, I think around 7 shots. My friend
    put a scope on it, & like I said it is VERY accurate. It is the sporter
    model, & had open sights. We couldn't find a serial number, although we were looking
    for it under poor light. We shot it with a scope set on 9 power & got real nice
    groups with Hi-Speed Rem. Ammo. & some Federal target ammo. Again, thanks for the reply.I know you can't help much without a serial number, but is this an older model .22?
    JJJ
     
  3. waverider

    waverider Well-Known Member

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    26th Edition Blue Book

    Win Model 75 Sporter: 98% $800, 90% $600, 80% $500, 60% $375; Add 20%-25% for grooved receiver to accept tip off scope mounts.

    The Win Model 12 Featherweight was made in 1960: 98% $500, 90% $400, 80% $325, 60% $225.

    Jason
     
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