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Old 03-07-2003, 09:36 PM
Doug Armstrong

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Question Winchester model 250 lever action 22



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Hi everyone, I purchase a Winchester model 250 from a friend of a friend about 4 years ago because I wanted a lever action 22. You know how once you buy a particular model of car or truck, you always notice that model on the road? Well, I've only seen one other model 250 since I bought mine. I've checked Gunsamerica & Gunbroker.com and don't see any for sale. Are they rare? Or is there no market for them?
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Old 03-08-2003, 09:14 AM
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Arrow Winchester M250 lever action .22

Doug Armstrong,

The Winchester Model 250 lever action .22 was manufactured from 1963 to 1973. They are not rare; however, in the rimfire lever action market, the M9422 has taken over.....! !

Win M250: .22LR cal., 20 1/2" barrel, tubular magazine, hammerless, checkered pistol grip stock. Also offered as the M250 DeLuxe with select wood and sling swivels from 1965 to 1971.

Some typical values: ["Blue Book of Gun Values", 20th Ed.]
100% = $150. [NIB]
_98% = $125.
_95% = $110.
_90% = $_95.
_80% = $_70.
_70% = $_50.

Hope this helps....! !
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Old 03-08-2003, 05:33 PM
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I have the .22 mag version



Winchester #255 .22 magnum
Rossi #62 .22 s,l, lr pump
Marlin-Glenfield .22 s,l,lr
Remington Nylon #66 .22 lr

Back in January I ran across a used Win. #275, .22 mag pump on the same receiver. I need to scope it. Here in Georgia, fox and bobcat cannot be taken with centerfires, .22 rimfire and shotguns only. The .22 mag pump should work fairly well. WHAT I really want is a Brno 611 .22 mag autoloader. The two Winchesters will have to do for now.

BTW, these Winchester models usually have big prices on them at Atlanta area gunshows.
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Old 03-09-2003, 01:53 AM
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Thanks for the info Bigmike & Colby. It makes sense that this model was made '63-'73, it's got that 'groovy sixties look to it! I don't have any experience at judging condition, but I would guess that it is 85-90%. I paid $160 for it and was happy with that price, but I would rather have a 9422 or a Marlin or Henry. The gun functions flawlessly and is quite accurate, but the appearance has never grown on me, and although I have never sold any of my guns, this is one of the few that I have considered. I hear that the gentleman that I bought it from regrets selling it and would like to buy it back, so I might be a nice guy and sell it back to him for the same money....but then I read posts from guys who sold a gun and wish the hadn't.....
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