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Winchester Model 370 410 gauge shotgun

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Value of : Winchester shotgun Model 370 410 gauge
Winchester shotgun Model 370 20 gauge
Winchester shotgun Model 370 16 gauge
I am not able to locate a serial number. can you help?

Good morning,

The Winchester model 370 was offered in 12, 16, 20, 28 ga., or .410 bore. It had a 28-32 in. full choke plain barrel and plain pistol grip stock. Approx. 221,578 mfg. between 1968-73.

For your guns, the following current Blue Book values apply. Retail prices may be 20% higher:

New in box/perfect --100% condition -$150

Mint condition --------98% condition -$125

Excellent condition -- 95% condition -$100

Very Good+ condition -- 90% condition-$90

Very Good condition ------ 80% condition -$85

Good+ condition ------------70% condition - $80

Good condition --------------60% condition -$75

Add approx. 50% for the .410 ga.


There should be a serial number on the guns, as they were required by the Gun Control Act of 1968.

I hope that this information is helpful to you!


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Customer: replied 4 years ago.
,I'm not able to find a serial number - do you have a clue as to the location?Ron
I'm trying to find a photo detailing where the serial number is ***** but I'm not having much luck on the photo. Its usually on the receiver or barrel, possibly underneath.

There is a chance though, that your guns were manufactured in 1968 before the Gun Control Act took effect on October 22, 1968. That would mean that they possibly wouldn't have a serial number.

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