Nice rifle! It's the kind that someone won't be afraid to hunt with.
Assuming the bore is good and no cracks in the stock, I'd ballpark it's value at $750-850. If the original butt plate and rear site were intact, it'd bring more.
How much for the Tiger salt and pepper shaker holder?
Ben is spot on for price, 270, 308 were the most popular feather weight calibers in the 50-60's so without store tags as a "new" for collectors no extra value. Get it is a great shooter that will not depreciate muck if at all and might become a favorite.$750 - 850 retail. Gun shop will low ball you at around $500 if you're lucky.
No all the original feather weight came with a steel or aluminum but plate. That looks like a Pachmeyer white line pad, all winchester pads I have seen are solid red with Winchester logo.I’ve got a question about the butt stock pad. Any chance that’s original? I’ve seen several of that vintage that appear to be the same pad. Not an authority by any means.
Winchester offered more than 20 recoil pads ( special order) and the Pachmayr white line was available in either a 1 1/8" or 1 3/16" version for $2.50 extraNo all the original feather weight came with a steel or aluminum but plate. That looks like a Pachmeyer white line pad, all winchester pads I have seen are solid red with Winchester logo.