Winchester rifle value

7 years ago #1
jmck
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I have a winchester rifle model 63.22 from my fathers estate. I wanted to know the value? It has super speed and super x also on the barrel.
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7 years ago #2
kim32321
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hi jmck,
i'm going to need the s/n to help determine value. replace the last three digits with x's. also condition.
Kim

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7 years ago #3
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Hi Kim,
Serial # is 135XXX. It looks in good condition to me, but I am no expert.
Thanks for your help.
Justy

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7 years ago #4
kim32321
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hi jmck,
your model 63 was manufactured in 1955, value should be 750 - 850 if in good to excellant condition. JMHO
Kim

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7 years ago #5
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Kim,
Thanks for your help. I found a site, armscollector.com, where I looked up the serial number and it says the gun was made in 1941. Where did your date come from? It offered no value, so I kept looking and found this forum. The tag from dad's says the gun is worth $500.00 but I don't know how long ago that was.
Justy

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7 years ago #6
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hi jmck,
i used armscollectors.com and they gave me the date of 1955 for all model 63's from s/n 135000 - 135999. if it's in good mechanical condition i'll stand by my value. value will increase with age since the closing of new haven and not making these fine 22's anylonger. JMHO
Kim

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7 years ago #7
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Hi Kim
It does help to put in the right model, I used the 62 model instead of the 63, when I did it correctly it came up the same as yours. I said I was not an expert. What kind of ammo does it use?
Thanks agian
Justy

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6 years ago #8
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i'v got a model 63 of the same period and it'll shoot just about any 22 longrifle i put thru it. personally i use cci stingers, just my personal favorite.
Kim

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6 years ago #9
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I can't say Thank you enough for all of your help. If it's not out of your expertise, I also got a Japanese war trophy rifle and a Rex Yazel muzzleloader from the estate. Any guidance on value, age would be great.
Justy

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6 years ago #10
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those aren't in my field of knowledge, you can try this site and see if they can help.
http://forums.gunboards.com/index.php?s=d230d4d31b881ed58d15e292a8b01583

Kim

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6 years ago #11
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I will give it a try. Thanks for everything.

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6 years ago #12
jmck
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Well here are the pictures. Any help you can give is greatly appreciated. Thanks!
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4 years ago #13
joe
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i also have one of this same model. the serial # is- 885xxxA. it is in great shape, the blue has been stripped and and is mechanically perfect. wood is has original finish on it. i want to sell it if anyone is interested. i can take pics and send to anyone interested. thanks

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2 years ago #14
tom
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I have a model 63 22 long rifle super x and super speed manufacture date is 1934 its in really good shape what u think its worth found the date on arms collectors

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