how much is a winchester ranger 94 in 30-30 worth?

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6 years ago #1
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how much is a winchester ranger 94 in 30-30 worth?

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6 years ago #2
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How about a serial number wo we have some idea as to when it was made?

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6 years ago #3
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serial number is 6186930

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6 years ago #4
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jbeard,

The data list have only goes up to 5103249 and that is 1982. Number 5,000,000 is 1981. I would extraploate your to have been made in 1992 or so.

Sorry for the uncertainty
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4 years ago #5
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How about S/N 3332955?

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4 years ago #6
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Jshenesey wrote:
How about S/N 3332955?


1971.

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4 years ago #7
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Thank you very much.
I wouldn't ever sell it because it was a gift from father who has passed away but I am curious as to its value.

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Jshenesey wrote:
Thank you very much.
I wouldn't ever sell it because it was a gift from father who has passed away but I am curious as to its value.


You are welcome.

The vast majority of the Model 94 Carbines manufactured from 1964 - 1981 are worth somewhere in the $125 - $300 range.

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4 years ago #9
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Thanks

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3 years ago #10
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1964 Model 94 Carbine for $125? What are you smokin'?

You can piece the gun out and sell it for more than that. A realistic price for a 1964 Winchester model 94 in decent condition would be $325 and up. Check Gunbroker.com and you'll see who's closer to the real price.

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Steve wrote:
1964 Model 94 Carbine for $125? What are you smokin'?

You can piece the gun out and sell it for more than that. A realistic price for a 1964 Winchester model 94 in decent condition would be $325 and up. Check Gunbroker.com and you'll see who's closer to the real price.


Steve,

Did you bother to read the entire message... it says $125 up to $300. That does not imply that all of them are worth just $125.

For what it is worth, I have personally seen a good number of Post-1963 production Model 94 Carbines that have been "rode hard and put up wet" too many times. Due to their poor condition, they are not worth much, even parted out.

Very few Model 94 Carbines made in the years 1964 - 1981 break the $325 mark. There were simply way too many of them made (3.11-milion), and they are not considered to be quality or collectable guns within the collecting community.

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3 years ago #12
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i'm looking at a Winchester 30-30 Ranger model 94 with a 20' barrel # 44700** seller said its approx 1976? can you help me with a value?

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Northwoods wrote:
i'm looking at a Winchester 30-30 Ranger model 94 with a 20' barrel # 44700** seller said its approx 1976? can you help me with a value?


What is the graded condition of the gun?

As I have mentioned in previous posts, the Model 94s manufactured in the years 1964 - 1981 seldom ever sell for more than $325. There are many listed for sale at higher prices, but they typically do not sell, and are relisted over and over again.

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3 years ago #14
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Thank you, I'm guessing it is between very good and excellent condtion, the bore is very clean looks like new... the stock has a light scratch on the bottom.

I'd like to purchase it but i don't want to overpay, i really appreciate your help.

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3 years ago #15
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Hi I have one number range 540000 will the new hornady special lever rounds actually work in it or will they damage my gun

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spokanimal wrote:
Hi I have one number range 540000 will the new hornady special lever rounds actually work in it or will they damage my gun


Yes, the Hornady Leverevolution ammonuntion is perfectly safe to use in your Model 1894.

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3 years ago #17
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Thanks I went and shot them after hearing this and loved them im sold. Once again thank you for the help. The man at the gun shop swore they werent safe

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3 years ago #18
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You are quite welcome.

I have found that the majority of gun shop employess are truly ignorant about most topics of this nature.

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3 years ago #19
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I had another question I was recently handed down a model 64 in 32ws and I know nothing about it serial number is in the 15s

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3 years ago #20
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Hello,

Please provide me with the complete serial number. Additionally, use the information at the following topic link to identify which one of the four different variations that it is;

Model 64 variations - http://www.gunvaluesboard.com/32-special-7939126.html#79397


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3 years ago #21
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1555447 its 24 inch walnut stock no after market peep tho just normal sights

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2 years ago #22
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I have a Ranger that I purchased in 2006 (thought they were gone forever and would jump in value.)
serial #6462765. Still it box with the tag,never had a bullet in it. What should I expect to sell it for?
Thanks!

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abynum1 wrote:
I have a Ranger that I purchased in 2006 (thought they were gone forever and would jump in value.)
serial #6462765. Still it box with the tag,never had a bullet in it. What should I expect to sell it for?
Thanks!


Approximately $550.
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2 years ago #24
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Wow, never thought it would have went up to that much.
Thanks for the quick reply!

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2 years ago #25
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I just picked one up today, previous owner says only 50 rounds through i. It looks like new and in excellent shape, serial number 5394592. Can you tell me more about it and value?

Thanks in advance,

Twig

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2 years ago #26
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sn 6297028

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Twiggy1o3 wrote:
I just picked one up today, previous owner says only 50 rounds through i. It looks like new and in excellent shape, serial number 5394592. Can you tell me more about it and value?

Thanks in advance,

Twig


If it is not a Model "94AE", it was manufactured in late 1982. Value... $325.
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butchman wrote:
sn 6297028


Most likely late 1990s, but it could be a post Y2K.
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2 years ago #29
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where are you located?? is it a 16" bbl

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Wilson#1 wrote:
where are you located?? is it a 16" bbl


Who are you asking about, and which specific post are you replying to?
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