I know it's very specific, but worth a shot... I would like to see answers in a tag that have 8-30 score. I want to learn from good answers to improve my own answers. The upper limit is there because in my experience, answers with 30+ will get more votes just because they are on top and already have many votes.
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You can try with something similar to [c#] votes:8 is:answer, which returns a list of answers with at least 8 votes for questions tagged c#. As I can see, the number after "votes:" seems to be interpreted as number of up-votes.
There isn't a way to put a limit on the number of votes using the search tools; you can just set the minimum number of votes. However, you can get this manually by sorting with the 'votes' tab and browsing to the 33rd page (get there faster by changing