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Frank Hutton
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December 19, 2022 - 5:47 am
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Have a 90% serial #112xxxx 30wcf 20” with tang peep with flaking on receiver with original box and papers.  Looking for an estimated value.  Thinking of joining.

 

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December 19, 2022 - 6:03 am
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Hello Frank,

What is the complete serial number on your Model 94 “Transitional” Carbine?  With it I can nail down the specific month & year of manufacture.

Regarding your question about the value, it would be of great benefit if you can provide several clear pictures of the gun.  As a “Guest” on the WACA forums, you will need to upload the pictures to a photo hosting website, then post the URL to them here.  Your other option is to send the pictures to me, or you can post them after you become a paid WACA member.

Bert – [email protected]

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Your Model 94 “Transitional” Carbine was manufactured in April 1937.  It is rare to find an original box with a gun that old.  That stated, the condition of the box is not real good and it does not add much to the overall value.  I would like to see better (more close-up) pictures of the receiver frame, the factory markings on the barrel, and the stocks.

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