Price or value on Winchester 94.I have three with the following Sr. # XXXXX 814026 and 940683.They are in good condition but the finish is worn.
Thank you for using Just Answer!Based on those serial numbers, your guns were made in 1917, 1917, and 1924, respectively, making your guns pre-1940 non-antique.The Winchester Model 1894 was the most successful rifle that Winchester ever made and is probably the most popular rifle period. It was based on a John M. Browning patent and was the first rifle that Winchester made for the then new smokeless powder cartridges. It was chambered for the .32-40, .38-55, .25-35 Winchester, .30-30 Winchester (.30 WCF), and the .32 Winchester Special. The gun was introduced in 1894 and is still produced today! Over 5 million model 1894s have been made.The Model 1894 was available in 4 basic configurations: Sporting Rifle, Fancy Sporting Rifle, Trapper's Carbine, and Saddle Ring Carbine.Retail values for the Sporting Rifle configuration, which has either 24 or 26 inch barrel (if your gun is a takedown version, then add 25% to the values below or, if your gun is chambered in a caliber OTHER than either .30-30 or .32 Win Special, add 50%):Excellent: $4,410-$4,980Very Good: $2,820-$3,540Good: $1,560-$2,220Fair: $660-$1,170Poor: $570If your gun has a fancy pistol grip that is checkered, then you have the Deluxe version with these retail values:Excellent: $15,000Very Good: $11,400-$13,200Good: $9,000-$9,600Fair: $2,700-$7,200Poor: $1,500If your gun has a 14, 15, or 16 inch barrel, you have the Trapper's Carbine version with these retail values (if your gun is one with a 14 or 15 inch barrel, be sure to check local and federal laws as to the possession of that gun):Excellent: $8,520Very Good: $6,000-$7,380Good: $4,260-$5,100Fair: $1,620-$3,420Poor: $1,200If your gun has a saddle ring and has a 20 inch round barrel, you have the Saddle Ring Carbine with these retail values (if your gun is chambered in other than .30-30 Win. or .32 Special, then add another 40%):Excellent: $3,360Very Good: $2,250-$2,820Good: $1,290-$1,740Fair: $600-$1,110Poor: $540For a fee you can have the Cody Firearms Museum provide a letter documenting your gun. For more information on that option, go to:http://www.bbhc.org/firearms/I hope this helps. If you are satisfied with my answer, please click the "accept" button. Thanks!Philip
Firearms instructor, 40 years experience with firearms.