For a top condition standard grade gun somewere in the $400 to $500 range. There were many high grade variations of this firearn that will command much more. If the firearm has anything that looks special I would suggest thumbing thru. one of the many pricing guides you will find at the local book store or gun shop.
You will need to provide the model of Winchester you are asking about,along with the serial number in order to age your Winchester and give you a year of production.
Do an Internet search for Winchester Stock Oil by John Kay. He was a master restorer of old Winchesters and developed a finish like Winchester used before the 1940s. It is 100% linseed oil based, as were the original finishes, with a tint to give the Red-Brown Winchester color.
Your gun was made in 1974, so it is not a pre-64 model. Its value in good condition would be in the $300 range.
I would need to know the model of Winchester you are asking about to give you the proper answer to your question.
I would need to know the model number of your winchester to give a correct answer.
The Winchester model 50 was manufactured by Winchester from 1954-1962.If you supply a serial number,I could give you a exact year of production.
your owners manual will give you the recommended mileage as to when it should be changed, usually between 30 and 50,000 miles.
I would need to know the Winchester model number,and the overall condition to give you a accurate value to your Winchester.
I'll give you $300 for it.
You did not give the correct serial number. Winchester stopped making the Winchester 94 in 1982 and the last serial number was 5103248. Recheck your serial and search by Winchester date of manufacture.
the model number and serial number will give you the information,then ask your question here and you should be able to determine if your Winchester is a pre-64.
You ask someone who collects them to look at it, look at an image of it, or give them a detailed description. From that information they can give you a more substantial answer, and/or call Winchester, and/or do some online and/or book research!