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#13449910 - 01/13/19 Win 94 Big Bore Values  
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I have a M94 Big Bore .375 that the previous owner cut the butt stock on and put a crescent style buttplate on. It has some minor blowing issues in the barrel band, looks like it was rusty at some point and got cleaned well. Debating selling as I have another in mint condition that was a family members and it's already set up to my liking. Ball park value for the "rougher" one? Will be posting on here for sale, still haven't figured out pictures since it changed few years ago, but could email or text them for someone to post.


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#13498742 - 01/27/19 Re: Win 94 Big Bore Values [Re: Chumleyhunts]  
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It's hard to say without seeing it. Of course you don't see the BB as often as a standard model. It's all in the eyes of the beholder as to whether the unique design is more or less desirable on the local market. It's not a practical use cartridge for this part of the Midwest, which limits it to the collector category.

Last one I remember was in about 95% condition. It had no rust, but some honest bluing wear on the edges of the receiver from carrying in the field. I think he was asking 850.00 and explained there was little interest. He brought it down to 775.00. I had just picked up another item and did not have the cash on hand.

I remember being a bit reluctant because it had a smooth stock. The only other BB .375 I owned was quite fancy and well checkered. I probably should have made the trip to the ATM.

I realize you can't get them all, but I make a special mental note on those that interest me.

With a cut butt stock, 450.00 would make me stop and consider it. If the rest was impressive, I would probably drag it home, wondering if I should have. The .375 just isn't the right cartridge for a crescent butt plate and a meaty shoulder. I suppose I could treat it like a .38-55 and use "cowboy loads". Or maybe look for a stock replacement. It's all about the interest of the specific individual.


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#13503832 - 01/28/19 Re: Win 94 Big Bore Values [Re: Chumleyhunts]  
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On gunbroker, the most recent New in Box went for $950 and the last 4 nice condition used ones when for $650-700. Hope that helps

#13629514 - 03/05/19 Re: Win 94 Big Bore Values [Re: Chumleyhunts]  
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Most I have seen have been in the $600-750 range in good to excellent condition. Heavily used and abused examples can be had for around $450-500.


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#13630259 - 03/06/19 Re: Win 94 Big Bore Values [Re: Chumleyhunts]  
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And what a bargain they are at those prices!


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#13633836 - 03/07/19 Re: Win 94 Big Bore Values [Re: Chumleyhunts]  
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That cut stock/Crescent butt really hurts value. Is your rifle angle eject or top eject? Mine is top eject. The angle eject should bring a bit more than the top eject.

Here are my Winny BBs in 444 Marlin, 356 Winchester, 307 Winchester and 375 Winchester. The long non-BB is a 7-30 Waters. They are beautiful rifles. Hence, I never hunt with them. My Marlins get the nod if I carry a lever.

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#13679746 - 03/22/19 Re: Win 94 Big Bore Values [Re: Chumleyhunts]  
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Cabelas has one for 1200////

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#13702500 - 03/31/19 Re: Win 94 Big Bore Values [Re: Chumleyhunts]  
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I know where there is a nice shooter grade 375. I think it’s $500 and the biggest detractor being “speckling” on the receiver from moisture at some point.


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#13705129 - 04/01/19 Re: Win 94 Big Bore Values [Re: Chumleyhunts]  
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Picked this one up for 700 out the door. Appears unfired..

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#13706398 - 04/01/19 Re: Win 94 Big Bore Values [Re: TexasShooter]  
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Originally Posted by TexasShooter
That cut stock/Crescent butt really hurts value. Is your rifle angle eject or top eject? Mine is top eject. The angle eject should bring a bit more than the top eject.

Here are my Winny BBs in 444 Marlin, 356 Winchester, 307 Winchester and 375 Winchester. The long non-BB is a 7-30 Waters. They are beautiful rifles. Hence, I never hunt with them. My Marlins get the nod if I carry a lever.

T.S.

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Thats just sick....Life just isn't fair. I've been looking for the top two rifles forever. They are like hens teeth up here. What a beautiful collection that is, congrats!

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#13740429 - 04/14/19 Re: Win 94 Big Bore Values [Re: Chumleyhunts]  
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I just picked up a nice shooter grade with a 20 round box of ammo for $500.


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#13769171 - 04/24/19 Re: Win 94 Big Bore Values [Re: Chumleyhunts]  
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Anybody have a .375 Model 94 for sale?

#13779494 - 04/28/19 Re: Win 94 Big Bore Values [Re: Chumleyhunts]  
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The 375 Win is the least valuable in the 94 XTR line. The 7-30 Waters is probably the most sought after. The 356 Win is certainly sought after as well. The 307 Win is a great round and has some value as well. The 444 Marlin in Black Shadow and Timber Carbine are valuable because their twist rates are correct. If in very good shape these would be going prices:

7-30 Waters: $1,300
307 Win: $1,050
356 Win: $1,200
375 Win: $875
444 Marlin STD: $1,000
444 Marlin BS and Timber Carbine: $1,250

No knock on the 375 Win, but it is somewhat anemic in ballistics when compared to the rest. Just doesn’t have the range or horsepower the others do. Then again you could cite the Gordon Gecko factor as the worth is the illusion or what it is worth to the buyer to own.

#13866888 - 06/02/19 Re: Win 94 Big Bore Values [Re: Chumleyhunts]  
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I may be getting access to a 444 Big Bore in a few days. The owner is wanting to sell it. I am looking forward to seeing what he has exactly. He could not remember for sure but thought it did Not have the cross bolt safety. Hope he is correct.
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