Winchester Model 60A value??

Discussion in 'The Powder Keg' started by Yanqui, Oct 2, 2002.

  1. Yanqui

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    A friend from work asked me if I knew the value of a Winchester Model 60A. It is a single shot that handles the 22 Short, 22 Long, and the 22 Long Rifle. He knows it is at least 75 years old. They still shoot it and it is well used. He did not have the serial number to give me.

    Anyone have an idea what this might be worth? A ballpark figure would suffice.
     
  2. cowboyup1991

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    Howdy

    Hi, I have a winchester model 60a and although I would never sell it I too wanted to see how much it is worth. It is hard to tell because the serial number is not on it, but I did some research and it sells (if in good condition) between 900 and 1500 dollars. I know it seems like alot but it is nearly 100 years old and it still fires like it is new. I hope that i have been of some help.
     

  3. billy

    billy G&G Evangelist Forum Contributor

    this is from another forum and it might be you that asked it.
    According to my book dated 2001, the 60 or 60a run as follows:

    60> exc.$400-VG>$250-good>$200- Fair>$150-poor>$100

    60a>exc.$400-VG>$300-good>$250-fair>$150-poor>$100
    the 60 started production in 1931
    the 60a started in 1933; it was the same rifle as the 60, but in a target configuration. The 60 was disc. in 1934 with about 166,000 rifles sold.
    the 60a was disc. in 1939 after only selling about 6,100 rifles.

    Great rifle!:D
     
  4. cowboyup1991

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    I would say that what billy says is acurate. But trust me just stick a antique sticker on it and bang! it just went up 1000 bucks