Yet, I never see one being offered in decent condition for that price.How can I tell what the real value of these rifles is when I see one for sale?
None of the page scans are of original documents but are simply transcribed information typed into a word processing program.
In general, this information is the same that you would get if you called our customer service department and asked them for the information.
Did the rifles come that way from the factory, or did people add those on?
In other words, does their presence decrease the value?
Then go to this website and it will tell you when it was made: Winchester rifle with the model of 94-3030 was produced from 1894-1980.
You can find out the year for your specific model by visiting a gun dealer and taking the gun with you. In order to answer your question,a serial number will need to be supplied.
A few reasons cited are: There is probably some kernel of truth to all of them.
But the fact remains; there is no original, single, totally accurate database of serial numbers from 1866 forward that we are aware of.
For example, I bought a Winchester flat band .30 W. Assuming they are correct, which I doubt but assuming it for a moment, why would one be worth more than another one?