Your Winchester buffalo bill commemorative was made in 1968.
Your Buffalo Bill commemorative was made in the year 1968.
The Buffalo Bill Commemorative was made in the year 1968.
The gun was made in the very early 70's.
The Winchester Buffalo Bill Commemorative rifle,or carbine were made in the year 1968.
The buffalo Bill commemorative rifle was issued in the year 1968.
Your buffalo bill comm.rifle was made by Winchester in 1968.
A Winchester buffalo bill comm.rifle or carbine are worth 595.00 dollars,if they are new in the original box and unfired.
You have a Winchester Commemorative rifle,which is the buffalo bill model.This was made in the year 1968.
If it is the Winchester commemorative made in 1968, the Blue Book says $450. I own a 1976 Buffalo Bill Commemorative. Mine has been appraised anywhere from 500 to 700$ How do you know when it was made?
The WC prefix to your serial number indicates that you have a Winchester model 1894 Buffalo Bill commemorative rifle which was made in the year 1968.
Your Winchester model 1894 commemorative was issued in 1967.
Your Winchester model 1894 Buffalo Bill Commemorative will bring 695 dollars for a rifle unfired(new in the box condition) and the issued box and hangtags with it.If fired then the value will be between 250-350 dollars.
New in box $650.
If your buffalo bill commemorative rifle is unfired(new in the box) and the box is still with the rifle then these are currently valued at 695 dollars.
Winchester made the cowboy commemorative rifles in the year 1970.
your 2 gun set of winchester commemorative,s are valued at 1400-1450 dollars if you have never fired your firearms(i e new in the box) and you have both boxes and hang tags that were issued with your firearms.
If your Winchester is unfired and still have the original box,it is worth 595.00 dollars.
If you would like a list of all the Winchester commemorative guns made, contact the Winchester Museums. They are located in San Jose, California.
Winchester manufacture 112,923 of them, all in the year 1968. Based on the serial number on your gun, it was made late in the year.
Winchester did not make a commemorative "Michigan law enforcement" Model 94. What you have is a special edition gun that was made by Winchester, but embellished by someon else. This was a very common practice with the Model 94. Cheverolet and Dodge, and Coca Cola did the same thing in the early 1980s. Special edition Winchester Model 94s essentially have the same value as a "plain Jane" Modle 94 of the same manufacture era.