Question about Winchester Optics
It was purchased in the 1960's from my uncle Ray Scobee, by my father Ernest Swedberg. They are both deceased but were by the book and might have documented it. 100%original, condition wise I would say, 1-100, 95%. Possible value?. It is a 38.40cal. Thank You, LS.
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Posted on Jun 27, 2010
the 1662105 was 1949 (64 years)and the 2313533 was 1958 (55 years) at 90% $500 each and if all orginal,,20 inch barrel , w/o saddle ring The 30-30 was the most common and most popular so prices are not as high as other calibers. And it is condition,condition,condition
Posted on Feb 23, 2013
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