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Mod 94 Value

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by Juice Boxes, Mar 23, 2010.

  1. Juice Boxes

    Juice Boxes Well-Known Member

    What is this rifle worth. I found online that the SN puts it at around 1922.

    Slight Defects:
    -stock wiggle (mabey 1/32 or so)
    -when hammer is back trigger wiggles freely but breaks cleanly
    -slight surface rust on all metal parts
    -Bluing rubbed off slightly on bottom of magazine
    -rear sight canted left mabey 1/32 or so
    -some screw heads have slight tool wear

    I would guess condition to be rated at good

    thanks to anyone who can help

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    Last edited: Mar 23, 2010
  2. Abel

    Abel Well-Known Member

    pre-WWII in that condition may fetch close to a grand.
  3. Kernel

    Kernel Well-Known Member

    Is it a .30-30 Winchester? They were made in other chamberings. Could have a HUGE impact on price.
  4. Juice Boxes

    Juice Boxes Well-Known Member

    It is chambered in .30-30. Sorry I left that out the first time.
  5. Hokkmike

    Hokkmike Well-Known Member

    I justed wanted to thank you for sharing the pictures. Sorry, I always look up gun values. (kind of ignorant in that area)
  6. Old Time Hunter

    Old Time Hunter Well-Known Member

    I'd ask the guys at Leverguns.com, beside that is what they are into.

    Question; What does the bore look like?

    The side play on the trigger when cocked isn't anything to worry about as long as the trigger breaks clean when pulled.
  7. Juice Boxes

    Juice Boxes Well-Known Member

    Bore Looks good. Ill ask over at lever guns, thanks. If anyone else has any opinions they would be greatly appreciated.
  8. Float Pilot

    Float Pilot Well-Known Member

    As a Winchester collector, there are a few more things I would look at.
    1. The stock, has it been sanded? How does it met the metal, has it been refinished?

    2. The bore,

    3. The metal finish, original or re-furbed. Any evidence of cold blue to cover up things.

    4. Mix and match parts. Are all the parts from that time period? Loading gates from newer periods are often found substituted on older rifles.
  9. Juice Boxes

    Juice Boxes Well-Known Member

    1. Stock has not been sanded.

    2. Bore looks good just dirty.

    3. All finish is from the period.

    4. All parts are original.

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