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Engraved 9422 High Grade XTR
September 21, 2020
1:23 pm
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I came across an engraved Gold Washed XTR with a Squirrel on one side and 2 running dogs and a rabbit on the other. Th has scroll work on the top of the receiver infant of the grooves for a scope and the hammer and lever are both gold washed with oak leaf engraving. The But plate is curved ruled steel. The receiver is steel.

Serial # Prefix is MR 3xx 

My thoughts is it was likely a collector series, but the only one Ive been able to find similar was an employee gun from 1972 given to someone else.

Does anyone know anything about this gun?

 

Thank you in advance.

September 21, 2020
9:33 pm
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With that type serial number it sounds like it came from a 1979 series "1 of 1000" set of a Model 94 in .30-30 (SN MCXXX and a rimfire in 9422 MRXXX).

Is it a .22 magnum or S/L/LR? I think the rimfires were all .22 magnums but am not certain.

September 22, 2020
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Yup ; that gun is from a "matched set of 1000" and is .22 magnum and thereis a 30-30 floating around out there with ser#MC3xx. There is also an empty, wooden, red velvet lined, 2 gun case floating around for these guns.

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September 23, 2020
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This gun is a 22 S, L, LR caliber not 22 WMR. not sure if this helps with the research but i appreciate any and all information.

If you were to see something like this in 98% condition, what do you think would be a fair market value?

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