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I have a Win. 94 - 30 WCF that I wish to sell.
SN# 1325XXX. I beleive that would date it to the 1940's.

I am not a 94 expert by any means, but have some idea of a fair price.

If anyone is interested, contact me and I will provide pics.

Mike
 

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If you have an "idea of a fair price" let's have it!!!!!

Pics would be nice also. You want us to make an offer with very limited info....not.
 

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Pics are easy to put on this website. It's a built in feature.

Carbine? Rifle? Features?
 

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I will post pics as soon as i get my camera back from my son.
No story to tell ... I am not educated in rifles .... I will sell for a more than fair price, but don't want to give it away.

The price range given to me was $400 -700, that's a pretty large spread. I honestly don't know what the gun is worth. I know that it was mfg. in 1942.

Pics will hopefully be posted by Tueaday 1/25.
 

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$400.00 on low end---$700.00 HIGH end---They were a great gun---I saw many whitetail taken---Its one of the most used gun in history for whitetail hunting.---Anything pre 64 Winchester has value----Good Luck---George
 

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Nice 94 but on the low end for price.......reason:

Serial number above 1,300,000 which is a price break, also some wear lessening its collectability. Still a nice traditional rifle. If I owned it I would hunt it just the way it is.
HM
 

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What Halfmile said. Looks like the front end of the gun has damage. About a $375 rifle, assuming bore is bright and shiny. Just old, but not collectible. I resemble THAT remark. LOL
 

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Front end of the gun has no damage. There is a small amount of blueing wear.
Bore looks good to me, but I am not an expert.
 

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Take another look at the front barrel band. Ray Charles could see that problem.

Good gun for the woods. Still one of my favorite, after 50+ years, for Tennessee woods.
 
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