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1962 Winchester 94 30/30

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  1. MoneyShot1972

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    I’m interested to see what this is actually, worth since it’s been suggested that I’m trying to sell junk.
    This is an all original 1962 win model 94 30/30. Factory swivels and sling. It’s been in the family since it was purchased new. I have more photos. But I think you can get a pretty good idea of the condition. Not mint but I’d say 95%
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    I wouldnt say 95 percent. Percentages are weird and all in the eye of the beholder most times. It shows its age on the wood. The bluing has either been redone or its damn near new and doesnt look like anyone carried it by the reciever in the woods.

    Some people will pay a premium for a pre 64 winchester so make sure you can document or at least have the lookup ready to ID the serial. I dont think it falls into collector status. More of a shooter grade.

    500 to 800 depending on how long you want o wait.

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    It’s pretty much been in a gun cabinet since my grandfather died in 76. I saw my uncle carry it hunting a few times. And its probably been 25 years since it’s seen a round through it. It’s never been refinished. Bluing is original. Serial number verified to 1962.
     
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    would it help or hurt to have the wood refinished?
     
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    Leave it the way it is.

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    Thanks for the info. I figured I had it priced high. Prices on the internet are all over the place on these add the Market seems soft for this type of rifle tight now. I’m gonna leave it posted and see what happens. It’s not eating anything.
     
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    It would help if you had included pics of the front sight, the crown, the right side of the receiver and the butt plate. Condition of the bore?
    If they are as good as the left side of the receiver it would rate an NRA grade of good. If you had the original stock refinished you could get a whole lot more for it.
    I would think at least twice the cost of the refinish. The condition of the receiver is surprising given how poor the stock appears. Was this gun stored where there was a lot of humidity?
    I agree with BloodRunsThicke about the price, more toward the low end. I was going to say to leave the stock alone and let the new buyer deal with it until I say how much you are asking for it. While I would not call it junk, I did have to laugh. Just adjust your price to account for a refinish or replacement stock. It has not been that many years since the time
    you could buy a good shooter condition one for 250.00 all day long and I think most are grossly overpriced but there seems to be a lot of people willing
    to pay a premium for them. Good luck with it.

    Sorry if this seems rambling, I had to get up and come back several times.
     
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    Seriously . So what will you take for it ?
     

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