Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by orangeninja, Aug 31, 2008.
turn upward rapidly. Do expect a downward trend If that Williams
sight required drill and tap of the receiver pretty well knocks the value
to a shooter that the addition improved it usefullness, but decrease
Too bad because the gun is in almost perfect condition.
It's a Good Shooter
Yeah, what MMCSRET said. It'll appreciate slowly and isn't all that uncommon, so in our lifetimes it really won't be much of an investment gun.
I'd shoot it but not abuse it - your kids may someday find it has value.
Foolproof sight installed, I found that the receiver was already drilled and tapped for such a sight from the factory. The receiver sight makes the rifle much easier to shoot accurately than the buckhorn open sights that came on it. I bought mine used at a gunshow almost 20 years ago for $150.00. It was/is in almost new condition with a perfect bore and only a nick or two on the wood. I imagine that I could probably get a little more for it now than I paid for it. So I guess you can expect your 94 to slowly appreciate over time. Personally, I would use it however I wanted to and enjoy it without consideration of it's collectibilty status.
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