The World’s Only Illustrated Winchester Price Guide!
Winchester rifles and shotguns have been cherished by generations of American hunters, shooters and soldiers. The newly updated Standard Catalog of Winchester Firearms, 3rd Edition is the gateway to these historic guns.
The expanded third edition of this vital reference is the ideal resource for collectors, Winchester aficionados and firearms enthusiasts of every stripe. Written by one of the nation’s leading firearms appraisers — Joseph Cornell — the volume delivers up-to-date, precise pricing for nearly every firearm produced since Winchester’s inception in 1866. In all, the book boasts hundreds of prices over five condition grades, giving collectors a market edge when hunting down their dream Winchester rifle or shotgun.
The world’s only illustrated Winchester price guide also arms collectors with the tools they require to identify firearms from the historic manufacturer. In particular, the hundreds of full-color photos and detailed descriptions make recognizing a specific model of Winchester a snap — whether it is the earliest “pre-Winchester” or the latest model from FN.
The Standard Catalog of Winchester Firearms, 3rd Edition, however, is much more than a price guide. With resources on the company’s history, how to spot fakes, how to ascertain condition, and much more, Cornell has made the book the definitive Winchester reference.
How this Guide will Raise your Winchester IQ:
- Comprehensive valuation of nearly every Winchester manufactured
- Detailed descriptions and histories of each Winchester firearm
- Eye-catching full-color photos of Winchester firearms, making identification a snap
Truly, Winchester is an American classic, helping tame the Old West, win wars and put meat on the table. The Standard Catalog of Winchester Firearms, 3rd Edition, helps shooters and collectors appreciate these iconic firearms and add more to their gun cases.
About the Author
Joseph Cornell is one of America’s leading firearms appraisers. His expert pricing analysis also appears in Standard Catalog of Firearms and other Gun Digest firearms reference books.
How To Use The Book
Glossary of Firearm Terminology
The Difference Between Price and Value
A Few Words To New Collectors
Pitfalls and Snakepits
Thoughts on Collecting Winchester Firearms
My Personal Collecting Philosophy
A Brief Collector’s History Of Winchester Repeating Arms
Section I: Early Rifles With Model Name Designations: Not Numbers, e.g., Jennings, Lee
Section II: Early Models Having Four-Digit Numbers For Their Model Designations
Section III: Later (Post-’64) Models Having Four-Digit Numbers In Their Model Name
Section IV: Later Model Rifles Having Two or Three-Digit Numbers In Their Model Designation, e.g., Model 64, Model 100, Etc.
Section V: Early Shotguns With Names Or Four-Digit Designations, e.g., Breech-Loading Shotgun, Model 1897
Section VI: Shotguns With Two or Three-Digit Model Designations, e.g., Model 12, Model 101
Section VII: Shotguns With Four-Digit Model Designations, e.g., Model 1001
Section VIII: Shotguns With Names For Model Designations, e.g., Select, Supreme
Section IX: Winchester Commemoratives
Section X: Government Purchased Winchesters
Appendix: Serial Numbers And Other Useful Information