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Winchester 88 cir 1969 average price?

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by Big Al 29, Nov 14, 2010.

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  1. Big Al 29

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    Any ball park figures on the gun?

    No scope.

    Say average wood, metal, barrel, bore.

    Thanks,

    Jeff
     
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    Winchester model 88. The biggest difference in pricing is the Caliber and Carbine style. The .358 and .284 cal. are probably the most sought after. Pics would help determine.
     
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    its a 308

    Any ballpark figures??

    Friend of mine was asking me as he is looking to buy and i have no idea when it comes to rifles.
     
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    Go to Gunbroker.com,and/or Auction arms.com.Type it in and see what they're going for.
     
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    $4-600 depending on condition!
     
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    Boomer pretty well has it rite.
     
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    Did the Mdl. 88's have the same firing pin issue as the Mdl. 100's? If so, that might something to inquire about also. John
     
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    88's currently are holding higher values than the 100's but none of us know the details of the gun so all that is said is mush until we do.
     
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    Scoutman-as you brought up the issue of the firing pin suppose you tell us what you know. I was looking up the 88 and 100 as well as another company in the same caliber. What do you think is the best and why in both semi and lever.
    And thank you Lee
     
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