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what is my model 94 1971 NRA 30-30 worth? It has never been

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what is my model 94 1971 NRA 30-30 worth? It has never been fired and is new in the box? thanks..
Submitted: 5 years ago.
Category: Firearms
Expert:  Bill replied 5 years ago.
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Winchester Model 94; 1971 NRA CENTENNIAL RIFLE - ser. no. range NRA1- NRA47380, not all shipped.
Grading: 100%: $695
Issue price: $150
Quantity made: 21000
This info was taken from the latest edition of the Blue Book of Gun Values.
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Expert:  Bill replied 5 years ago.
I'm sorry, I didn't see you already looked in the Blue Book. This is from the Modern Gun Values. It would not let me edit the last post.
Winchester National Rifle Association Centennial Model - Introduced in two versions: musket and rifle, both on Model 94 actions; musket resembles Model 1895 NRA musket with military lever to meet requirements for NRA match competition at turn of century; has 26" tapered round barrel; full-length American walnut forearm;black-chromed steel buttplate; rear sight has calibrated folding rear leaf, blade front sight; 7-shot magazine. Rifle model resembles Model 64, also made on 94 action with 5-shot half-magazine; 24" tapered, round barrel; hooded ramp and bead post front sight; adjustable semi-buckhorn rear sight; contoured lever, blued steel forearm cap. Both models are .30-30; have quick detachable sling swivels; receiversare black-chromed steel; NRA seal in silver-colored metal is set in right side of stocks; left side of receivers inscribed appropriately with "NRA Centennial Musket" or "NRA Centennial Rifle". Both were introduced in 1971.
Issue price: $149.95; matched set with consecutive serial numbers, $325
Market value, Musket: $1200
Market value, Rifle: $1300
Market value, cased set: $2400
This info was taken from the 15th edition of the Gun Digest Book of Modern Gun Values.