I HAVE A WINCHESTER RANGER 30-30 SERIAL #5482350. COULD ANYONE TELL ME WHEN IT WAS MADE AND THE VALUE IF IT'S IN GOOD CONDITION. THANKS
your ranger was made sometime in the late 80's and values run between 150 fair-400nib,,
found one at the pawn shop with rings and glass for 315 in good condition
If you're in Austin I may have bought it.
i have one too it was bought in the early seventies sn 5306361 it also has a sling and a tasco scope. id like to an get estimate of its value.i bought this gun new for about two hundred dollars
There's a reason they don't make this model any longer, which was poor sales volume. The Winchester Ranger was economy version of the Model 94. The Ranger differed from the earlier Model 94's in that it was not as finely finished, was fitted with birch hardwood stocks instead of Walnut, and it deviated from the original John Browning design with its rebounding hammer...a feature that never went over well with the public. Manufactured on the cheap in order to control its production cost, its lower MSRP was just about the only thing it had going for it, and its last official Winchester catalog MSRP at the time of it being discontinued in 2006 was only $386. As for current value, condition is everything and because these Rangers were low cost econo models, prior owners have not necessarily had the incentive to take care of them as they would a $1,000 plus model 94. Assuming 80-90% condition, current value would be in the $250-$400 range. However, there will always be an example here and there of higher selling prices than the aforementioned value range due to the uniformed gun buyer and an overpriced seller coming together at the right time.
I ALSO BOUGHT ONE FOR 350 SLING SCOPE THE RIFLE AND ACTION BIRCH STOCK FROM A SCALE A 9 LAST SEASON GOT 2 BUCKS YALL DID I PAY TOO MUCH ? HANK IN TN
The Ranger was made from 1986-2005. Because it was a low cost version of the '94 it is worth less. Probobly $300 to $350.
My wife has a ranger I purchased for her in 1991. This rifle would not sell at any price as far as she is concerned.It's what is referred to as a 1 in 10,000. It shoots like a 22lr for accuracy.She's made several 100yd kills on white tail with this rifle. And that was with iron sites.As she don't like scopes.
Hank I got one to and I really like it I have killed 8 bucks in the last 3 years with it
You are just a know it all aren't you wilchester collector? So the fact that birch is half the weight of walnut had nothing to do with it? And the shorter barrel of the cArbine?.. You sound like a stooge... The ranger is a model 94 genius. It's called a model 94 ranger in fact... So why is it that they made a centennial edition of the 94 ranger..... In 1994. But it's NOT a model 94. Which was created in 1894? Lol. Go back to school..... Sounds like you want to swipe them up cheap... Con boy... Guess what? They don't make them anymore. Because they went out of business... Lol. If anyone is dumb enough to sell their rifle to you I feel bad for them... a friend has one and has offers of nine hundred bucks... But he won't sell... So take your super tech geek bull and go somewhere else... I wonder if you ever even shot a 94 ranger that you bad mouth? . They are light, compact, reliable and accurate.... But you obviously don't know that... Lol.
you do know that you are going off on a 2 year old reply? now i am so glad you like the ranger 94. but the fack is birch is a less costly wood and the rangers are not worth what a winchester 94 is. and calling folks names just because you dont like what thay have to say is childish. so go to your room and no tv for you. in short grow up.