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1892 32-20 made in 1903 value help
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April 3, 2024 - 11:22 pm
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Good day to you all.  I inherited a very good condition 92 in 32-20.  I don’t have a very good pic of it with me, but wondering what sort of value it might have these days.

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dcbonecrusher said
Good day to you all.  I inherited a very good condition 92 in 32-20.  I don’t have a very good pic of it with me, but wondering what sort of value it might have these days.

Without all of the details, it is nearly impossible to provide a value number.  You did not even tell us which variation that it is (e.g. Sporting Rifle, Fancy Sporting Rifle, Saddle Ring Carbine, Take Down Rifle, etc.).  To get a reasonably accurate assessment, you will need to post a link to clear detailed pictures of your Model 92.  Please include the serial number so that we can verify that the physical attributes match up with the date of manufacture.

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I understand and that shows my ignorance of the rifle’s specifics.  I don’t know of any other versions like the fancy or ring or take down.  I do know it’s not a ring or take down.  The serial is 236149.  It is in such good condition that it almost looks refinished.  I’m not skilled enough to know if it has been refinished.

 

Hope this link works.

 

https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1-5k9UycfxG30JJzYuLWYqcwu65_Xyqk-

 

Thank you again for being patient with a novice 1892 inheritee.

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The link does not work because it requires a login Id & password.  You will need to make it open access.

The serial number tells us that it is a Model “1892” versus a “92”.  If the barrel is marked “Model 92”, it is not original to the receiver frame.  I suspect that it has been refinished.

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