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Model 94 in 375win

Discussion in 'Appraisals' started by Arw212, Nov 23, 2021.

  1. Arw212

    Arw212 Registered Member

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    Not a very common Caliber but rifle is in excellent condition no visible pitting or rust. The stock looks perfect also. Definitely a safe queen over its lifetime. Im sure it must kick like a mule to shoot also.
     

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  2. crebid

    crebid Registered Member

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    Look at GunBroker, Guns America and Armslist, average them and you should have a fair price idea. I say idea because it is worth what someone will pay you where you try to sell it. Example: Local gun show 650. , local Armslist 800. , Gun Broker 1050. or Guns America 1200.
     
  3. tramadoc

    tramadoc Registered Member

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    First introduced in 1978 (the 375 WIN and that model 94). The 375 Winchester is a modern day version of the old 38-55 Winchester BP. The 375 has some hellacious pressures (50,000 units). It’s basically a shortened 38-55 with modern smokeless powder.

    Depending on rifle condition (bluing, bore, and furniture) worth anywhere from $1,000 to $1,800 unless it’s a special edition and then you’re talking upwards of $4,500.
     

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