Judging by the pics, the gun looks badly worn and possibly pitted with rust. The 380 version is more common than the 32 version by a long shot. Given the condition and caliber, I put the value at $250 to $300. Even though they're rather uncommon today, they're not rare, partly because many survived due to their high quality. Approx 65k were made IIRC, with 55k being 380 and the rest being 32. I'm lucky enough to own a 32 and the 380 I had I gave to my uncle as a Christmas gift.
Winchester 73, the TFL user that won the west
Last edited by Winchester_73; April 29, 2011 at 08:18 AM.