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Recently saw a Winchester Model 61 in 22lr made in 1947. It appears to be in very good condition. The shop is asking $450. Is this a fair price as I'm very intrested in buying it Anyone with either good or negative experience with this model? Anything I should check for before purchase. Thanks
 

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Winchester Model 61 .22 Pump

larry gorecki,

Winchester Model 61 Hammerless .22 Pump: [also in .22 WRF]
.22 S, L, & LR cal., 24" round tapered barrel, tubular magazine, open sights, plain grip stock, mfg'd. 1932 to 1963, ~ 343,000 made.

Some typical values: ["Blue Book of Gun Values", 20th Ed.]
100% = $750. [NIB]
_98% = $650.
_95% = $550.
_90% = $450.
_80% = $375.
_70% = $325.
_60% = $295.
_50% = $250.

Add:
25% for single caliber marking on barrel.
30% for grooved receiver.
200% for "Rutledge Bore" (smoothbore for shot).

Hope this helps....! ! :)
 

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Winchester Model 61 Pump

I just bought another one, in ANIB condition, with a grooved receiver, paid $795.00 for it and thought I got a steal of a deal.

Guns, for what ever reason, cost more in California. Sometimes as much as $200.00 or more dollars, more, for a quality older Winchester.

I know where there is a Rutledge Bore model 61, for sale, for $1450.00. It will sell at that price.

Bill :cool:
 
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