AVerage value of Winchester model 94 -30-30, made in 1949

6 years ago #1
Guest
Guest

AVerage value of Winchester model 94 -30-30, made in 1949

Posted on Winchester
Answer
6 years ago #2
bigcurt
Wiz
Blogs: 5
Forum: 5,159
Votes: 149

hello,,i don't usually pick up the winchester questions but i can tell you winchesters can be all over the place in values ,,everything depends on condition and originality..alot of winchesters have had add -ons added after they left the factory..like sling swivels or scopes mounted ...original guns with original finishes will bring preimums over altered rifles ..i see winchester pre 64 made guns selling in the 250-400 range most of the time with some exceptional original examples selling for 500 and up for md 94's made after ww2 ,,pre war examples are the most sought after examples as i see it ..but winchester collectors all look at perticular rifles differently..everybody seems to think that the name means big bucks... but selling them can sometimes be harder than one thinks for preimum values..money is hard these days and big ticket sporting guns can have any price on them... but what it actually sell's for is another thing..so to say a winchester is worth over 500 is fine but that doesn't mean anybody is gonna break down your door because it's a great bargin..alot of guys are looking for hunting rifles and pay accordingly,,they aren't gonna put them away because there collectors items,,and there were alot of winchesters md 94 produced so for every 500+ winchester out there there's one for under thaose prices that would appeal to a sportsman more than a collector,,i guess what i'm trying to say is it all depends how nice it is and who's looking to buy it and who's selling it..because that can equal 3 different values..lol..
bigcurt

Reply
5 years ago #3
guest
Guest

thank you for the reply it is very helpful

Reply
4 years ago #4
bob
Guest

ser. # 15663022 all original. sites and all no swivels. very little use. no rust. i think who ever sold it needed the money. bob

Reply
4 years ago #5
Bert H.
Scholar
Blogs: 15
Forum: 25,265
Votes: 762
bob wrote:
ser. # 15663022 all original. sites and all no swivels. very little use. no rust. i think who ever sold it needed the money. bob


Bob,

The serial number you provided is not possible (it is one too many digits long). What caliber is it?

Bert H.
Reply
4 years ago #6
win. model 94
Guest

sorry bout the num. it's1563022. i got too many 6's in it. 30w.c.f. stamped after model 94 on breach bob

Reply
4 years ago #7
Bert H.
Scholar
Blogs: 15
Forum: 25,265
Votes: 762

Bob,

Your Model 94 is a 1949 Carbine. In 90% condition, it is worth $800.

Bert H.

Reply
4 years ago #8
mod. 94
Guest

thankyou much.bob

Reply
3 years ago #9
ep
Guest

how can I find a person to purchase my 3030 for 800 dollars?

Reply
3 years ago #10
Bert H.
Scholar
Blogs: 15
Forum: 25,265
Votes: 762
ep wrote:
how can I find a person to purchase my 3030 for 800 dollars?


You won't... unless your Model 94 is a pre-1964, and it is is "Exellent" or better graded condition.

Start out by telling me what the serial number on your gun is, and then post several clear detailed pictures of it.

Bert H.
Reply
3 years ago #11
joedy500
Guest

Model 94 Cal 30 30 ser#6504188 Whts it worth

Reply
3 years ago #12
Bert H.
Scholar
Blogs: 15
Forum: 25,265
Votes: 762
joedy500 wrote:
Model 94 Cal 30 30 ser#6504188 Whts it worth


Based on all of the details you provided, $50 - $350.

Bert H.
Reply
3 years ago #13
joedy500
Guest

It's in brand new condition,no add ons All original..only shot 3 or 4 times

Reply
3 years ago #14
Bert H.
Scholar
Blogs: 15
Forum: 25,265
Votes: 762

The value is near the upper end of the scale I previously mentioned. Late production Model 94 Carbines are not especially sought after.

Bert H.

Reply
2 months ago #15
miller
Guest

Thanks your very helpfull.

Reply
By entering this site you declare you are 18 or older, you read and agreed to its Terms, Rules & Privacy and you understand that your use of the site's content is made at your own risk and responsibility.
Copyright © 2006 - 2016 Gun Values Board