My Dad left me this 22 rifle about 4-years ago, shortly before he passed away. I remember getting to shoot it when I was 12-years old, which will make it at least 50-plus years old. My best guess it's not had over 300-rounds through it. It's condition is best stated at "very good", not mint, not excellent!
The serial number is: 219169. How can I tell when it was actually made?
If any of you have a gun "blue book", can you tell me what the ball-park value is please. I know it depends a lot on who is buying it.
Thanks for your help!
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December 28, 2008, 02:11 PM
My source (Winchester Pocket Guide) says that is a 1948 vintage. At gunshows I see them in the $600 to $800-ish range depending on condition.
I'd sure like to have a nice 62 to keep my 61 company ;)
December 28, 2008, 10:26 PM
Fjestad's Blue Book gives $950/98%, $675/95%, $475/90%, $375/80%
December 31, 2008, 09:46 AM
can you send me your email please, I will take some pictures of the Model 62A
this weekend and send to you, we may strike a deal!
Send to email@example.com and I will send you the pictures. Need some help on a new "B" gun I want.
Thanks, Shotgun Dave
December 31, 2008, 07:54 PM
Should I expect to need to click on a registration link in order to send you email? I'm not much inclined to click to somewhere I wasn't already planning to go.
The text of the email is:
The spirit is willing - but the wallet is weak. I'll still enjoy the pictures and comment on what I think of the condition. Here are some pictures of the "lonely" 61 -