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OT Value of Winchester 64 in 32 special.

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  1. Model12

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    All original. Metal is 99%, wood is 95% with a couple of nicks.Mfg.1950. Thanks, Bob
     
  2. g7777777

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    they are neat guns- is yours checkered and higher grade wood?

    Gene
     
  3. Model12

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    Standard-no checkering.Bob
     
  4. Beancounter

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    Even if you ask people who like me, they will tell you that I can be a bit on the slow side. so please humor me and explain what a Winchester 64 is.
     
  5. Model12

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    A lever action,32 caliber,with a pistol grip and longer barrel than a 94.In short usually used without a scope for deer. Bob
     
  6. Beancounter

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    Thanks Bob - prices on those guns vary greatly but as it is a standard model, I believe the value is somewhere around a grand
     
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    I paid 550 for one 6 years ago and then traded it and a 1900 95 30-40 for a DU Terry Redlin A500 since my wife was collecting TR prints . It had swilvels and sling that looked oringnal on it .Sounds just like the same .

    Bob
     
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    Don't take a lot of stock in the Blue Book. Prices vary greatly depending on region.
     
  9. g7777777

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    I would say 600-900

    Gene
     
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    If the gun is minty and fills a collector's niche, who knows? I wouldn't mind having it for the 30-35 yard shots that are the average here in heavily wooded Tennessee. However, my old reliable 30/06 will take care of that chore, and is cheaper to shoot and easier to reload.
     
  11. Model12

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    Thanks for the input. Bob G
     
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    Some where in the 10 grand or below mark. Good luck brother Bob.
     
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