Winchester Model 63 Price Check

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  • Bertfish

    Throw bread on me
    Mar 13, 2013
    17,914
    White Marsh, MD
    I'm not too good with the myriad of late 19th/early 20th century rimfire guns. Winchester Model 63, semi auto tube fed 22LR. Tube is in the stock. Metal has a great patina to it, stock is (almost suspiciously) flawless. Serial numbers comes to 1947. Get photos once my kid falls asleep.

    Help me out on an appraisal friends
     

    rseymorejr

    Ultimate Member
    MDS Supporter
    Feb 28, 2011
    26,860
    Harford County
    I'm not too good with the myriad of late 19th/early 20th century rimfire guns. Winchester Model 63, semi auto tube fed 22LR. Tube is in the stock. Metal has a great patina to it, stock is (almost suspiciously) flawless. Serial numbers comes to 1947. Get photos once my kid falls asleep.

    Help me out on an appraisal friends
    I bet Matt could give you a ballpark value
     

    Bertfish

    Throw bread on me
    Mar 13, 2013
    17,914
    White Marsh, MD
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    Tracker12

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    Dec 29, 2016
    55
    Local shop has one on consignment for $1200. Nice guns but way overpriced. That being said it is twelve as nice as the one with 90% of its bluing. Give me a MDL 61 any day
     

    pre64hunter

    Active Member
    Mar 19, 2010
    704
    Harford County
    stock and forearm have been poorly refinished, no collector's value,
    bluing is gray and metal is not very good.
    $450 on a good day if the bore is good.
    Would you like to have this nice old plinker for $450 or a new Ruger 10/22
    22's after around 1900 usually have good bores because black powder faded away and 22's have the bullet lube that usually kept the bores from rusting.
    New made Jap 63's are around $1200
     
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    johnkn

    Ultimate Member
    Feb 27, 2012
    2,247
    What do Gunbroker "sold" comps suggest?

    I'm a big fan of W-1890s and have purchased and sold (4) to get the one I have now..

    I'm old enough to have actually shot one at a Carnival ~60 years ago and fell in love...

    good luck...

    .
     

    mawkie

    C&R Whisperer
    Sep 28, 2007
    4,398
    Catonsville
    stock and forearm have been poorly refinished, no collector's value,
    bluing is gray and metal is not very good.
    $450 on a good day if the bore is good.
    Would you like to have this nice old plinker for $450 or a new Ruger 10/22
    22's after around 1900 usually have good bores because black powder faded away and 22's have the bullet lube that usually kept the bores from rusting.
    New made Jap 63's are around $1200
    This is spot on. Very early and very late 63s in VG or better condition are where the money is. Add even more for a late 63 with scope grooves. I've seen as-new with the original box and hang tags sell in the mid to high teens.
     

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