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Discussion in 'Rifle Discussion' started by quietken2000, Jan 18, 2010.
is it a pre "64" ?
From your pics the model 94 looks like a Ranger or Trails End, both being 94 versions, but without knowing the year of manufacture I can easly be wrong.
These web links should help you determine the year of your 94.
this is post 64, from what i see in the picture. pre 64's have a screw where the lever connects to the receiver.but all the ones ive seen range from $200 -$375 .obviously the older models are worth more.hope that helps
yes that does help thank you,
it came back as made in 1971
I'd take it for 200 bones! :thumbup:
that was a great site for just punching in the ser number.,
i tried to find one for my remington model 1100 lt-20 but no luck.
thank you again for your help
I found this on the firing line web for a 1971 standard model 94 in a 2008 thread.
98% - $350
95% - $295
90% - $250
80% - $200
I have a little different numbers from the 14th edition of Modern Gun Values of 2007, but probably comparable using the NRA condition standards starting with new, perfect, excellent, very good, good, and fair. In this book however they only show and give a prices for the 94 as being either in, excellent, very good, and good condition. The definition for excellent and good are as fallow and from there you can be the judge.
Excellent.= Near new condition, used but little, or no noticeable marring of wood or metal. Bluing perfect (except at muzzle or sharp edges.
Good,= In safe working condition, but well worn, perhaps requiring replacement of minor parts, or adjustments, no rust, but may have corrosion pits which do not render article unsafe or inoperable.
Standard model 94
Standard model 94 with angle or side eject
Values from blue books can mean a lot or very little it depends on the condition and excepted price.