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How do I find out roughly what my .30-.30's worth?

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by qwert65, Feb 12, 2008.

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  1. qwert65

    qwert65 Member

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    I have a winchester 94 I looked up the serial number and it's from 1951 I was just wondering how I would find out it's relative value. It's my only centerfire rifle and I don't know if I would be better off buying a newer one(I don't want to beat it up if it's worth something) It's bluing is pretty much all there and it has a peep sight/
     
  2. Bill2e

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    50 Bucks, where do I send my check............


    Check out the Blue Book of Gun Values for a better idea.
     
  3. dcon

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    Do a completed auction search on gunbroker, that will give you a decent idea of current selling prices.
     
  4. qwert65

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    is that gunbroker.com? Is the blue book in most libraries? thanks for the ideas
     
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    Yea, it is gunbroker.com you can also search gunsamerica.com but the first is preferred. I've seen the blue book in some libraries, but have had the most success in the local borders.
     
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    Yes gunbroker.com, it's just going to depend on the condition, having the peep sight will help, just doing a quick glance on gb looks like anywhere from $450-$600
     
  7. qwert65

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    Thanks for the help
     
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