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Old 12-25-2008, 08:18 AM
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I have aWinchester 9422 M .22 magnum in as new condition and need information on its worth. What are they going for at the gun shows?

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Old 12-25-2008, 09:06 AM
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Old 12-27-2008, 05:26 AM
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I have aWinchester 9422 M .22 magnum in as new condition and need information on its worth. What are they going for at the gun shows?

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I've seen them $500 and up. Davi's in Raleigh NC has a special editiuon tribute model listed new in the box for $700. I've seen that same gun go as high as $1000 at auction. It's a volatile market.
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Old 01-07-2009, 10:48 PM
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I looked at a real nice one about a year ago at a gunshop in WA. Owner was asking $300 which was a smoking good price, but I had my mind set on a 22LR.
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Old 02-15-2009, 02:32 PM
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Hello Marine 3.
I currently own a Winchester 9422 M.-it has a 4 digit ser#,-I purchased it in 1968 for $100.00 from a friend and it is one of the best shooters I ever owned.Still in mint condition today,I taught my grandchildren how to soot using this very rifle.They love it.You cannot go wrong. Good luck with it.
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Old 02-16-2009, 05:01 PM
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In my neighborhood, 9422's go very high, with a premium on the 9422M's. Currently, for sale in the local money pit, are a very nice 9422M with checkered stock, but with a non-factory flip-up sight mounted on the tang, which is marked at $850. There is also a 9422M Win-Cam, which is rather rough, with pitting on the receiver and else where, which is marked at $500. There are no takers, yet. A 9422M Trapper with case-hardened receiver in about 98% sold recently for $900. I passed on that one as well.

It does depend on just exactly which variation your 9422M is, as to what it's worth, but if it is as you describe, for say, $500, that rifle wouldn't last 5 minutes on the rack around here! As another poster mentioned, it's a volatile market. I might add, the Tributes are dogs around here, they had to be closed out at (relatively) very low prices, and I don't see much interest in them on GunBroker even now. Check out GunBroker, and watch to see what rifles like yours are actually selling for! Don't pay any nevermind to what somebody's reserve is, or what the "buy it now" price is, only to what they actually sell for. Hope this helps in some small way!
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Old 02-16-2009, 06:25 PM
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I have no intention of ever selling my 9422 M, not only do I love it so much,but there are many,many good memories tied up in it.
The memories are priceless,and I will pass it on to my grandchildren.
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Old 12-23-2012, 08:35 PM
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I bought a brand new 9422M many years ago. I rigged it with a Bushnell 3-5 x32.
This rifle, for me, is awsome.
This little rifle is smooth, reliable, powefull and very sturdy.The looks and feel of this gun is unmatched.
With CCI Maxi Mag 40 grains total metal jacket, i get superb groups, leathal precision.
This is a superb rifle to pass on the next generations.
Just love it and highly recommend you hold on to it.
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Old 12-28-2012, 03:57 AM
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I finally completed my collection of 9422's and 9417's. I know there are many variations but these 3 are all I can afford at the moment. First rifle I bought was the 9422M, it is the Trapper model with checkering and a beautiful blue job. I love to shoot it, so accurate. The second rifle I got was the 9422 in .22lr. It is a twin to the 9422M, same Trapper set up. I got both of these in the early 90's. Just this year I found a NIB-old stock 9417 at a very reasonable price. I knew I had to have it and I am so happy that I did. It is a 20" barrel version with checkering and rich blue on metal. Talk about an accurate little rifle, wow, it amazes me yet
I think Winchester really hit the nail square on the head with these rifles and it would be wonderful if they would bring them back.
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Old 12-28-2012, 04:26 AM
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Marine3, if your looking to get rid of it contact me.
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