How much is a Winchester Model 52 worth?

How much is a Winchester Model 52 worth?

What is a WINCHESTER MODEL 52 rifle Worth? A WINCHESTER MODEL 52 rifle is currently worth an average price of $974.64 used .

How much is a Winchester Model 54 worth?

What is a WINCHESTER MODEL 54 rifle Worth? A WINCHESTER MODEL 54 rifle is currently worth an average price of $805.76 used .

What is a Remington 40X?

Manufactured for the domestic law enforcement/tactical/target market, this rifle represented the best of its type when it was manufactured in the mid-1950s through the 1970s. The 40X could be fitted with precision aperture iron sights or with a variable telescopic sight.

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How much does it cost to see a Winchester gun?

For a $25 fee, museum will provide factory letters containing original specifications of certain Winchester models using original factory records. CAUTION: Buyers should confirm by Cody letter any special-order feature on any Winchester within the Cody record range before paying a premium for a scarce feature.

How to contact a collector of a Winchester rifle?

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When did the Winchester pigeon 42 come out?

Pigeon Grade: same as Deluxe Grade, but engraved with pigeon on lower magazine tube. Very few of this grade built by Winchester and majority were done in late 1940s. Authentic Pigeon Grade 42s appear to have been built between 1945 and 1949. Some estimate less than 50 produced. Rare Model 42.

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What kind of stock does a Winchester trap gun have?

Trap Grade: 26″ or 28″ plain or solid rib barrel; fancy walnut special checkered pistol-/straight-grip stock; special checkered extension slide handle; checker­ing pattern has one closed diamond on each side of pis­tol-grip; straight-grip diamond located on underside of grip; extension slide handle has two uncut diamonds on each side.