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I have a Winchester 94 carbine, and I am wondering its approx. value. It was made in 1953, chambered for .32 Win Spl, the blueing is in about 95%, wood is about 90%.
It has a side scope mount, and a sling stud in the stock which I think will lower the value. Correct?

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Winchester '94 carbine, after WWII and before 1964, according to the 25th edition Blue Book:

100% - $ 500
98% - $ 450
95% - $ 415
90% - $ 385
80% - $ 350
70% - $ 300

Add 50% for .25-35 WCF caliber

As you suspected, though, the scope mount and sling stud make this a shooter rather than a collectible. Actual value is probably about 75% of the above values.
 
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