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F/S Winchester Model 42 SOLD pending funds

Discussion in 'For Sale' started by fnj682, Jul 20, 2012.

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  1. fnj682

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    FS Winchester Model 42. This little 42 has 26" full choked barrel and retains most of it's original finish. The stock has had a repair near top tang. A great little gun. PM or email for more photos.
    $1395 shipped to your FFL.
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    is that rust on the left hand of the reciever not where it ejects the other side or is it the picture from the stone? interested
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    It is not rust. The blueing does show some light freckling. I can send you more photos if you would like.
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    Here are a few photos of the repair. The price is now $1295 plus shipping to your ffl.

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    Pm sent. Thanks, Tim
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    looks like rust to me...?
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    As mentioned, the receiver blue has some freckles. There is no rust evident. The receiver is smooth to the touch and no pitting is seen. Could have been wet at some time in its' life and that might have caused the freckling. It is what it is and you can decide based on what you see. I'm describing the gun to the best of my knowledge.
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    For this price, "freckles" or not, this is a great buy on a 42. I am surprised that it has not sold yet, so UP........................
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    What caused the freckles? Not sure I've ever heard this term in reference to guns before. How does freckling occur and is it advantageous to have on shotguns?
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    Gun is Sold pending funds. Thanks for looking.
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