winchester model 94 32 special made in 1911

Discussion in 'Firearm Identification/Value' started by GSPsteel, Feb 9, 2015.

  1. GSPsteel

    GSPsteel

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    From what I can find out on the sight it is sometimes referred to as "the pigs trough" and was a $7 option on the 32 WS. It appears you adjust the sight with your thumb depending on the distance. there are grooves for 50 and 100 yds.
     
  2. kroppe

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    I've seen Model 94s at different Cabels's gun libraries and the prices didn't seem especially high. Not cheap, but not speculatively high imo. There were lots of these made, so unless the gun is in exquisite condition, has special features or is from a special run, I don't see them gaining unusually high value.

    I have my grandfather's Model 94 built in 1928 or so. 32 spl with saddle ring. Nice gun with lots of memories. I am considering hunting with it this fall.
     
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