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    I have an old 94 saddle ring carbine on .30 WCF serial # 123xxx with a peepsight, where would I go to get an accurate value on such a firearm

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    Maybe take a look on Canadian gun nutz. Lots of information to be had there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Birdbuff View Post
    Maybe take a look on Canadian gun nutz. Lots of information to be had there.
    I agree.

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    I looked up my serial number on the web and it gave a lot info to year made, then I looked a gun forums to find a price range. Mine is a 1956, Model 9430-30.jpg
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    Finding a buyer will be the hard part. I was at the Carp show last week and there were a lot of win 94's for sale. One guy had at least 8 in his 'collection', that he was trying to liquidate. I don't think he sold any. I had seen him at an earlier show and he still had most if not all of them from that show.

    We were looking for a Win 95 so I wasn't paying to much attention to the prices on the 94's but seem to me they we're in the $500-$800 range.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MikePal View Post
    Finding a buyer will be the hard part. I was at the Carp show last week and there were a lot of win 94's for sale. One guy had at least 8 in his 'collection', that he was trying to liquidate. I don't think he sold any. I had seen him at an earlier show and he still had most if not all of them from that show.

    We were looking for a Win 95 so I wasn't paying to much attention to the prices on the 94's but seem to me they we're in the $500-$800 range.
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    Quote Originally Posted by canadaman30 View Post
    Couldn't pay me to take one those rattleboxs home.
    We need more people like you to bring the classics down in price, thanks, you can have your savage bolt action and leave all the fun guns to the rest of us.

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    Quote Originally Posted by skeeter1 View Post
    I have an old 94 saddle ring carbine on .30 WCF serial # 123xxx with a peepsight, where would I go to get an accurate value on such a firearm

    Thanks
    Your rifle was manufactured in 1901. Is the peep sight tang or receiver mounted?
    The 500-800 range mentioned above is fairly accurate - assuming its not in rough shape.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fox View Post
    We need more people like you to bring the classics down in price, thanks, you can have your savage bolt action and leave all the fun guns to the rest of us.

    You can have them. I don't consider loading a rifle through the side of the receiver into a tube mag and full cycles to unload live rounds a fun gun. Hunt a farm field and it becomes useless with its anemic ballistics, rainbow trajectory..lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by canadaman30 View Post
    You can have them. I don't consider loading a rifle through the side of the receiver into a tube mag and full cycles to unload live rounds a fun gun. Hunt a farm field and it becomes useless with its anemic ballistics, rainbow trajectory..lol
    Ha ha ha ha ha

    Your validity it talks about firearms have just sunk to a new low, have fun buddy.

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