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I stopped at a small gunshow this weekend and found three rifles in .375 Win.  Two were Marlins and one a Winchester 94.  One Marlin was in excellent condition and the other two rifles were 95% or so.  Anyway, they went from &#36425 to &#36475 in asking price.  I wasn't aware the .375 Win chambering was bringing a premium  Just curious as to what you know about the value of rifles in .375 Win.  Thanks, Ed
 

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 There is a Bigbore 94 pre-AE in 375 up here in the Pacific North West at a pawn shop for &#36375. It seems to be in great shape . He had a sale a few weeks ago at 20% off and it still didn't go ??
 

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MACO, I, too am in the Pacific NW.  Any change you can say where the Winchester 94 in .375 is for sale?  Thanks in advance, Ed
 

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 Sure --- I already have one or it would be in my safe !!!   I live in the Mt. Vernon - Burlington area North of Seattle ..  The gun is just east of me in Sedro Woolly . A pawn shop down town .. It was there last week , I was trying to deal on another gun with a nice Leupold 3.5x10 on it ..
 I'm off this weekend and next week if you need a hand dealing or looking. I do the pawn shop run about every chance I get ... My home E-mail --- [email protected]
 

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MACO, thanks for the offer and sorry it took so long to get back to you.  We've been having phone line problems and keep losing the internet connection.  I live over on the Peninsula and get to your area at least a couple times a year.  This weekend is a no go with too many things left undone during deer season.  Ed
 
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