I came across a Winchester 32 special model 94 rifle saddle gun. I have no idea what they are worth. It's in pretty nice shape....Anyone have any idea what they are worth????? I need to move fast on this gun. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks
Yep, pictures and more details would've been better, but apparently the OP had/has an opportunity and wanted some quick help?I need to move fast on this gun. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks
winchesterbob said:Winchester also made quite a few Eastern carbines which were SRs without the stud...for just the reason you said.
Buying old guns is like buying diamond jewelry. You either need to be savvy or completely trust the person you're dealing with or have someone along who knows what he's looking at....
Uh, isn't that what being savvy or having someone with you who is knowledgeable means?HOGGHEAD said:Both comments are very very true. But you did forget one comment. And the third thing is if you do not know 100% for sure then "WALK AWAY".
Sounds like he is the potential buyer.HOGGHEAD said:There are two ways to sell a rifle. First is to move fast and sell it cheap. the other way is to find out what it is worth from an expert by having it appraised and advertising it in the proper venue.