View Full Version : 1890 pump .22

04-16-2009, 2:50 PM
his guys i have a winchester model 1890 .22 pump that im trying to sell and i was wondering if anyone has an idea of a price i could ask.

ive seen them selling at antique stores and online for around $700 but thers alot on gunbroker right now that have no bids on them. im hoping ill have better luck selling local

i dont have the gun with me at this moment so i cant get pics but i can in a few days. heres what i can tell you about it:

its a third model
it has the octagon barrel
its the standard edition
its ss number is 365XXX
it was made in 1908
ther were 33850 produced in 1908
it shoot WRF
the blue is about 80%
the wood is in excellent condition 90%
thers no scrathes or scuffs

thanks alot for any help!!!!

04-16-2009, 7:29 PM
I have a 1906 and would be interested in aquiring an 1890. Please send pics
when available.

04-16-2009, 7:47 PM
I have seen them from $200-$800 myself... I want one pretty bad but I would want a low end one I can re-do I think cuz daddy broke. :) If you want to sell it cheap PM I am your huckleberry!!

04-16-2009, 7:51 PM
I know of a gunshop that has one for $100 right now. It's rough though. Your's sounds like it could be worth anywhere from $400 to $700. Maybe more, to the right person.

04-16-2009, 8:16 PM
yea its in pretty good condition, the ones ive seen online were newer 3rd models in the same/worse condition for like $650-$700

ive seen a few for fairly cheap around but they are pretty haggard. im sure they shoot but they dont look too perdy haha

im hoping to get around $600-$700 for it.

its at a local gun shop getting apraised right now. im trying to sell it to them and the owner wants to appraise allt he guns before he buys them, which is understandable since its his money. and its kinda cool because if i dont sell it to him ill have a really good idea of what its worth

I have a 1906 and would be interested in aquiring an 1890. Please send pics
when available.
ill gladly send you pics if i dont sell it to the local shop. they are kinda backed up so it may be a few weeks before i know whats going on. ill deffinetly let you know tho

04-16-2009, 8:28 PM
If you have signed up with Gun broker you can use the advanced search feature , In there you can search the completed auctions and see what things actually sell for .

04-16-2009, 8:49 PM
mine is in similar condition to this one, but a lower serial number

i see most are ending around $450 but quite a few of the nicer ones are going for $700 and more

04-16-2009, 8:53 PM
heres the link to the ended auctions, i dont know if you can see them without being signed in. just for future reference for others who might have the same question as me.

thanks alot 22popnsplat!

04-16-2009, 9:58 PM
Ive kept an eye out for them since I got one from my father, at one time it was my grandfathers. I see them go from $350-$600. I dont plan to sell mine. Is yours.22 short, long or long rifle?

04-16-2009, 10:01 PM
mine is the WRF so it takes the special bullets, i guess they were designed specifically for this gun. or so i read

this one came from my grandfather but i never saw it till after he died so it doesnt mean anything to me. i figure if it was special to him he would have showed it to me or at least told me about it

04-20-2009, 12:55 PM
i put this .22 for sale in the private classified section if anyone is interested. pics are ther