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Winchester 94 in .30-30.

This ain’t a show piece by any means. The furniture has some nicks and dents, but isn’t terrible. I’m sure with a little elbow grease and some sandpaper it could be greatly improved. The action is loose and rattles  

Now that I’ve got the cons out-of-the-way, here are the pros. If you want a cheap lever action, this is your gun. If you want to experiment with modernizing one, but don’t want to carve up a nice gun or invest $2000 into the endeavor, this is also your gun.


$550 located in Jackson Sold to Kimber451911



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5 minutes ago, Snaveba said:

Please don’t sand the wood if you can help if you can help it. If you haven’t restored the wood on an old lever gun, I can give some tips. 

Agree 100%.. I have a buddy who needed one for a Christmas gift for a grandchild… so I let mine go somewhat reluctantly lol.. but I liked where it was going 🙂 and had my fingers crossed that I’d find another soon. 

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8 minutes ago, derf said:

From the Winchester serial number look up system it was manufactured in 1941. What am I missing?  The serial number is 1272454 isn’t it? 


The angle of the pic blurs the number a bit. My poor picture taking strikes again. First digit is a 4, not a 1. 

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