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What is the value of a Winchester Model 94?

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As of September 2014, the value of a new Winchester Model 94 varies from $1,199.99 to $1,459.99. The cheapest variation is the stock Model 94 carbine, while the most expensive is the Model 94 Trails End Takedown.

The Winchester Repeating Arms Company is an American manufacturer of firearms. It is best known for the iconic Winchester rifle, which was first produced in 1866 as the aptly named Model 1866. Other well-known firearms produced by the Winchester Company are the M1917 Enfield rifle and the M1 carbine. The Winchester Company was also a renowned producer of ammunition, although production of ammunition is carried out by the Olin Corporation as of September 2014.


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