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Winchester model 100 (rifle) in 100% shape is worth $550.00 in the 308 caliber. Winchester model 100 (carbine) in 100% shape is worth $795.00 in 308 caliber. If you find a model 100 in the 284 caliber consider yourself lucky and buy it, dinosaur bones are easier to find.

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