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F/S: Winchester Model 12 Heavy Duck Gun

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by Rastoff, Jun 27, 2010.

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  1. Rastoff

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    For sale a Winchester Model 12 Heavy Duck Gun. Made in 1955, this gun has a 3" chamber and 30" barrel. The bore measures .729" and has a fixed Full choke that measures .037" constriction. It has clearly been used, but for a 55 year old gun it is in remarkable condition. The wood shows signs of use, but the metal is almost mark free. There is some very light pitting on the top of the barrel that won't show in the pics.

    I am listing this for a Cyber-Challenged friend, but you can ask me any questions about it you like. There are some pics below, but if you want a particular pic just ask and I'll see if I can get it for you.

    He wants $700 plus shipping to your FFL for this gun.
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    Thanks for the offer Ed, but my friend says that's too low. He would consider $650 plus shipping.
     
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