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winchester 375

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by birdshot8's, Sep 10, 2008.

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  1. birdshot8's

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    i saw a winchester 94 in 375 posted on bulletin board at work. guy is asking 300 dollars. is there any collecters value for this rifle? i have not called so i have no further information, other than his claim the rifle is in great shape.
     
  2. Jeff F

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    That would be the big bore 94. I think all the 94's have some collector value since they don't make them anymore. I used to have one of the .375's, It was accurate and powerful.
     
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    They were made starting right before the switch to USRAC and went through some model changes. None are very old, of course. $300 sounds like a steal.
     
  4. Ben Shepherd

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    300 IS a steal for that. At least around here. But it is a caliber that almost mandates handloading. Very powerful round for a lever action. Up there with a 444 marlin, in fact it's a little flatter shooting. The only common factory chambering in a lever action that has decidedly more thump is a 45-70.
     
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