i believe that it would harm the value, by a surprisingly high bit -- Clarification -- Yes, it would almost completely kill the collector value. For example, a c.1946 carbine, typical flat-band configuration, in 90% condition could easily sell for $500. Once it has been drilled/tapped for a scope, $200-$250. email@example.com
while having the condition of your Winchester model 1890 would help,I can say that one in 50% condition would be worth 450.00 and one in 80%condition would bring 825.00 dollars on todays market.
The Henry was manufactured by what would later become the company named Winchester, so there is a lot of crossover in the names. See the link below for an article on the history.
Suicide doors would have the hinges mounted on the right side of the door if your looking at the drivers side, left side if your looking at the passengers side. Butterfly doors would have the hinges mounted on the top.
In an episode where Dean Winchester was not a hunter, he was a mechanic.
The value of a Winchester 1500 XTR would depend on a couple different things. Some of these things would include the age and condition of the Winchester.
A Winchester model 1904 single shot .22cal rifle is valued between 90-350 dollars based on the rifle having between 10%-90% of its original finish remaining.
The only way to determine the age of your Winchester model 1894 rifle is by the serial number.If you would post that serial number in a question I would be able to date your Winchester to the year produced by Winchester.
I would say that any Winchester model 1873 rifle that is in good shape will bring a minimum of 1,000 dollars.This could be considerably more.I wold have a member of the Winchester collectors assoc.evaluate your rifle for overall finish an condition.A pro evaluation could be the difference in thousands of dollars on your part.
If you would like a list of all the Winchester commemorative guns made, contact the Winchester Museums. They are located in San Jose, California.
If you would be kind enough to include your serial number,then we would be able to date your Model 70 Winchester for you.
That would all depend on when your Winchester model 70 carbine was made.By determining this we would be able to see what type of grades were offered at the time of your rifles production.If you include your serial number,I would be able to date your model 70 carbine and see what grades were available at the time of production.
I would need to know what model of Winchester you are asking about to answer your question?
Any vintage winchester model 1894 of this age could bring a substantial amount depending on the features of this rifle and the amount of original finish remaining.You would best be served by having it appraised by a member of the winchester collectors assoc.,or buy a expert in the field of winchester rifles.Even one with hardly any finish remaining will bring in excess of 700 dollars.good luck and enjoy your prized winchester.
I would like to start out with the fact that your Winchester model 1873 rifle was made in the year 1879.As with all old collectable Winchester,s it would be best if you have a visual examination by a Winchester collector assoc.member to determine the value of such a highly collectable firearm.By having a kings improvement done to your Winchester,this will only add to the value of your Winchester.Good luck,and enjoy such a fine piece of American history.
This might not be all, but there would be no atmosphere to cause interference!
I would start at Winchester directly.You may find some info on the internet,at sites that pertain to older Winchester rifles.
I would need to know the model number of your winchester to give a correct answer.
I would need to know the model of Winchester you are asking about to give you the proper answer to your question.
You would be better served by having a member of the Winchester collectors assoc.view your rifle and have a value assigned to it by the member.These rifles are very collectable and the value can range from a few hundred,to a few thousand dollars.Your rifle which was made in 1913 and was the 110th rifle made that year is a fine example of early Winchester quality manufacturing.
If you would be so kind as to post the serial number of your Winchester model 1873 rifle in your question,I would be able to tell you the date of Manufacture of your Winchester model 1873 rifle.
I would have to have your Winchester model number along with the serial number to answer your question correctly.
In order to help you,I would need to know what model of Winchester you are asking about along with the serial number.
Your Winchester model 1894 was produced by Winchester in 1907.I can say that any Winchester model 1894 of this age is a collectable fine rifle.There are so many variable,s to consider when putting a value on your Winchester that I feel compelled to say you would be better off to have this rifle looked at by a member of the Winchester collectors assoc. to ascertain the value.you may be surprised as to the value! Good luck and congrats on such a fine Winchester.
The Winchester model 23 XTR shotgun was made from 1978-1986.I would contact Winchester directly to get the year of production.