I never thought that those modern carbines would be worth much more than $125. Seems they have gone up in value also. Whats the average price in your neck of the woods folks?
Hello award, You mentioned Chinese, I hope i have got it wrong. There not going to start manufacture of the Win. 94 are they? Would not surprise me though. chester.seems like it is just one more example of this country selling out their companies to the chinese. all for a fricken dollar. the almighty dollar!
I SAID IT THEN AND I'LL SAY IT AGAIN...BUY AMERICAN...THE JOB YOU SAVE MAY BE YOUR OWN!!!
Too bad it is too late to save this country.
Oh, thanks for the update on that, ssmandavid. Knowing the guns are made in Japan is a little better, but........Winchester is now owned by Browning.
all the high end M-70's and 1886 leverguns are made in japan not china.
there are NO plans to start production of any low-end lever guns.
On August 15, 2006, Olin Corporation, owner of the Winchester trademarks, announced that it had entered into a new license agreement with Browning to make Winchester brand rifles and shotguns, though not at the closed Winchester plant in New Haven. Browning, based in Morgan, Utah, and the former licensee, U.S. Repeating Arms Company, are both subsidiaries of FN Herstal.
hope this helps.