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Model 64 Win 30 -30 whats it worth?

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by d endicott, Mar 29, 2010.

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  1. d endicott

    d endicott Member

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    What is a model 64 Winchester 30-30 with a 24" barrel worth. I would say it is in 85-90% Thanks
     
  2. southjblue

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    is it pre 64?
     
  3. southjblue

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    They are a great gun---killed more white tail than any---If it is pre 64 at 85% it would probably sell for $400.00--lever guns are not bringing too much right now---Wish I was wrong---I have 4 that I would like to sell but won't give them away---gL---sjb
     
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    Sorry---I was thinking mod 94---can't help on the 64---sjb
     
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    The 64 was an upgrade of the 94---if it is pre 72 it is probably $500,00 in good condition---sjb
     
  6. d endicott

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    It is way pre 72....6 digit ser #
     
  7. southjblue

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    Take a look on gun broker.com---there are some there to give U an idea---sjb
     
  8. CalvinMD

    CalvinMD Well-Known Member

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    Gunbroker prices reflect a lot of overblown wishful thinking..reality is somewhere in the middle
     
  9. Savage99Stan

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    Southblue: post 72 is the only ones post 64, actually made 72-74. If the grading is truly 85% it is really only about a three or four hundred dollar gun..if it is pre 64, then double the value (approx.)

    In 1964 (and I'm preaching to the choir here) Winchester cheapened their whole line...went to cheap walnut or birch or beech, alloy receivers, stamped internal parts and so on. Receivers didn't take a blue for squat, parts fit was much worse (went on til a few years back when the kind of got it together and then went belly up). We've had some really nice 94s in, post 64, but the value isn't what a mediocre pre 64 would bring.

    Still, all in all, a nice variation on the 94 and a desirable gun for the collecor or shooter. Just not very pricey.
     
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