Merz Antique Firearms ~ Catalog of Old Guns and Related Items
W632 WINCHESTER MODEL 94 TAKEDOWN CARBINE
Item # W632
This gun apparently been put together from orig old parts. Forearm and buttstock is a checkered pre-64. Steel buttplate. Bbl is round 20" with full length mag tube. Cal 30-30. Flip up Marbles rear sight and of the period blade front sight. Bbl and mag retain about 98% blue. Receiver has seen no use and has about 90% vivid blue with balance flaked. Inlaid in gold on the extension under the frame on the lever is "J.T. Boone". Crisp sharp gun. Very unusual. Has a Williams mounted receiver sight for hunting. Should make a fine shooter. Takedown carbine like this had to have been put together by someone.
Modern $ 1,175 sale pending.
W653 94 CARBINE IN CALIBER 32 SPECIAL
Item # W653
Bbl and mag retain 90% blue with a touch of brown to it. Orig sights. Walnut stocks are in fine condition with a carbine style buttplate. Receiver has mostly flaked and has turned plum/brown color. Made with a special order saddle ring delete option.
Modern $ 895.
W677 WINCHESTER 94 SRC
Item # W677
Cal 32 special. Orig stocks have a few mars and dings but are in generally VG condition with carbine style buttplate. Bbl and mag retain 90% toning blue. Receiver has about 30% blue with the balance turned a plum/brown. Traces of case color on the hammer and lever. Fairly decent little gun.
Modern $ 1,375.
W664 MODEL 94 WINCHESTER SRC
Item # W664
Cal 30-30. Walnut stocks are in fine condition with a carbine style buttplate. Bbl and mag retain about 95% orig blue. Receiver has got about 75% blue with the balance having flaked off. Gun has seen very little use. Fine bore and orig sights.
Modern $ 1,975.
W251 WINCHESTER 1894 SRC
Item # W251
Cal 30 WCF Standard configuration 20 inch round bbl. with full mag, carbine ladder sight and carbine butt stock with saddle ring. Thinning barrel blue in protected areas. Mag tube is turning a light grey. Bore is about good, would benefit from a good cleaning, then should be VG. Receiver has a little original blue on the right side in protected areas. Left side has quite a bit more blue, especially around the saddle ring. Wood is good with the usual dings. This is a 1921 Winchester that would be a good shooter.
Modern $ 1,175.
W378 EARLY WINCHESTER 1894 SRC IN RARE CALIBER
Item # W378
25-35 WCF cal. This is the least encountered caliber for an 1894 SRC. 20 inch round barrel with full mag. and carbine butt. Bore is good with strong rifling, may clean up to be better. All metal seems to have an artificial aged patina. Good action. Wood is in good condition with no cracks or chips. Front sight is original, rear sight has been replaced. First year production early serial number that looks re-stamped. This would be a good cowboy action gun.
Antique $ 2,975.
W673 WINCHESTER MODEL 94 SADDLE RING CARBINE
Item # W673
Cal 30-30. Original folding ladder rear sight and typical post front sight. VG shootable bore. 1/2 length mag tube. Wood is VG with original shotgun style buttplate. Retains most original varnish. Original saddle ring. Overall metal with about 85% bright shiny original blue starting to flake and turn thin in areas.
Modern $ 1,575.
W446 WINCHESTER PRE-64 94
Item # W446
Standard carbine in 32 Win Spl. Pretty good condition gun with nearly all blue remaining on the bbl and mag tube. Receiver also. Hardly any wear even at the serial number. This gun was not used very much. Unfortunately on the left side someone carved some numbers in it. Operation ID # that was popular in the 70's and 80's or a social security number? It is very visible. There is also a light scratch on the loading gate side that runs most of the length of the receiver. I don't know why but it appears someone applied a coat of varnish also. A good solid gun with very little usage.
Modern $ 775.
W444 WINCHESTER FLAT BAND CARBINE
Item # W444
This is a post war pre-64 Winchester 94 carbine in 30 WCF. The Flat Band was an interesting variation of the 94 and only in production for a couple of years at the end of the war and early post-war years. Nice condition gun with nearly all blue remaining. Original full checkered metal buttplate. Very good condition stock. At one time this rifle evidently a sling stud. Has been filled and is barely visible. Forearm is nice also. VG+ bore. Nice action.
Modern $ 895.
W255 WINCHESTER 94 PRE-64
Item # W255
An early 1950's gun in exceptional condition. The famed Winchester 94 was the deer rifle of choice for decades. Most got used as such. Cal 30-30. This is a nice high condition gun with most finish remaining on both metal and wood. There is one scrape on the forearm on the left side and a few other light handling marks. Aside from that this gun is "as new" both inside and out.
Modern $ 1,050.
W244 WINCHESTER 94 15” TRAPPER
Item # W244
Nice high condition Winchester 94 Trapper with most blue on the 15" bbl. Inside is also nice with a near excellent bore. Serial number is just over 1 million making this a rather late trapper. Nice smooth metal on the receiver that has turned a medium brown/grey color. Wood condition is VG overall and it does have the correct short forearm. Cal 30. The Winchester Trappers are always in demand and this one is a very good example. Comes with BATF clearance letter.
Modern $ 7,500 sale pending.
W1433 WINCHESTER 1894 TRAPPER
Item # W1433 -26-203
This trapper is equipped with the factory 15" bbl in 30 cal. It has been used as a tool and looks it although it does look better than most trappers that you see. Receiver is a grey color. Bbl has quite a bit of blue. More wear towards the muzzle on both bbl and mag tube. A couple of dings in the mag tube. Has orig carbine sights. Wood is actually not that bad. A little undersized at the buttplate. Fit is fair at both tangs. A bit of wood missing on the top right. Normal dings and scratches but is not broken. Forearm wood is quite good with no missing wood. Gun looks used but cared for having a VG+ bore. Decent trapper with ATF clearence papers.
Modern $ 4,875.
W72 15” WINCHESTER ‘94 TRAPPER
Item # W72-26-204/233
This 1925 SRC is in 30WCF caliber, VG bright shiny bore, thinning original blue on barrel and mag tube. Receiver is a brown/grey patina. Good crisp action. Original saddle ring. Carbine ladder rear sight, standard carbine post with blade front sight. Wood on stock is solid, but has about a 2" gouge on upper left side. Forearm is missing a big sliver on left side from long ago. These short barreled guns are scarce and desirable in any condition. This is a very good collectable and usable Winchester.
Modern $ 4,650.
W1586 WINCHESTER 1894 SRC
Item # W1586 -26-256
There are very interesting markings on this 94. On the stock are the numbers "342" and "LAPD". We assume that is a rack number for the Los Angeles Police Dept but we have no provenance stating such. This gun is in the 810k serial range which puts manufacture date at 1917. It has had very little use. All the bbl blue is there and is bright and shiny. The inside is near perfect. The wood is very nice cond with just a couple of light handling marks. The receiver does have some flaking which is common in this serial range. A very nice low mileage with interesting markings.
Modern $ 2,775.
W1290 ANTIQUE WINCHESTER 1894 SRC
Item # W1290-26-222
Nice early 4-digit serial number. Cal 32-40. Not too bad cond gun with the receiver mostly a typical plum/brown color. The bbl also displays the same color. Good bbl markings. A few dings and scrapes but overall good looking. Buttstock is also not bad. Good fit with just a little shrinkage at the toe. Some deep stain or oil applied years ago. Much has worn off but some still remains. Overall wood cond is exceptional for an 1894 gun. Bottom lever pivot piece is a brighter blue and most likely a replacement. Somewhat of an oversized saddle ring. Ladder style rear sight and standard front sight. The bore is way above average for a 32-40 and would be in the VG range. You do not find a lot of antique 94's anymore, especially in a saddle ring. This would be a great gun for any early Winchester collector.
Antique $ 2,500 sale pending.
W1141 RARE PRE-64 WINCHESTER 94 IN THE 1157000 SERIAL RANGE
Item # W1141-26-221
This gun features the hooded ramp front sight and is in cal 38-55. It would have been one that was assembled out of parts during the war I assume. The gun is in fantastic cond with virtually all blue except some flaking on the lever extension on the bottom. Wood is in excellent+ cond with all orig lacquer. Orig sights. Mint bore. Very interesting gun. All orig. I don't believe I have seen one like this over the years. A fine gun.
Modern $ 5,975 .
W1255 SCARCE WINCHESTER 1894 SRC 38-55
Item # W1255-26-225
You don't see a lot of SRC's in 38-55. This particuler gun is in well used condition but it looks like the user took care of it. Receiver has silvered out. Bbl has some blue in protected areas with the balance a brown/grey antique patina. Quite a bit of wear to the finish on the mag tube. Bore is fair with some roughness. Butt stock has numerous dings and scratches but fits nice to both upper and lower tang. Forearm has seen quite a bit of use and was evidently a scabbord gun. Dings and a slight piece missing by the bbl band but is solid. A decent old gun!
Modern $ 1,895.
W1139 WINCHESTER 94 SRC 25-35
Item # W1139 -26-216
Somewhat scarce to find a saddle ring 25-35 in the 975k range. Good looking gun with nearly all bbl blue. A little wear in a couple of spots. Receiver has very nice blue. Light flaking on either side. Wood is in exceptional cond in both fit and finish. Bbl has the standard carbine ladder type sight. Nice action. VG bore. Desirable SRC!
Modern $ 4,500.
W1142 WINCHESTER 1894 SRC
Item # W1142-26-223
A very nice high condition carbine in cal 25-35. Nearly all blue remains on bbl and mag tube. Action also has quite a bit of blue with some flaking to the finish. Worn a bit at the serial number which is in the 763k range. The wood is also in incredible cond with no cracks or losses. Very good fitting. Inside is just as clean as the outside. Typical sights with the flip up ladder rear. A very nice little Winchester!
Modern $ 3,995.
W07 SPECIAL ORDER WINCHESTER MODEL 94 CARBINE
Item # W07-26-258
With fancy deluxe checkered wood and full nickel finish. Gun is in the 1,050,xxx serial range, has an early sight configuration, made with the saddlering delete. 3X high gloss lacquer finish (most of which still remains), carbine stocks, hardrubber shotgun style buttplate. The gun has had some use and retains 85-90% orig nickel, nice bore, orig sights, good bbl markings. Numerous hunting mars & dings. Very scarce & interesting. The only one I've ever seen in this configuration.
Modern $ 8,500.