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FS: 1932 Winchester Model 12

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by k.leonard92, Apr 21, 2013.

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  1. k.leonard92

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    I am posting this up for my uncle. 1932 Winchester Model 12 with trap stamp. it has the nickel steel barrel. 30 inch full choke. Wood is in great shape with no cracks. Gun functions flawlessly. He's asking $1500 obo.

    Contact Robbie at (812) 592-3144


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    Thanks,
    Kasey
     
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    need to shoot more Active Member

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    so thats a blued nickle barrel?
     
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    It's nickled steel, not nickled!
     
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    I just went off the info I was given lol. fixed.

    Thanks,
    Kasey
     
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    Is that supposed to be the original wood ..? Has it been reblued ..? First 3 of the serial nimber please ... I will make him an offer if you can find out the answers to those questions ... Thx, WPT ... (YAC) ...
     
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    Simmons rib?
     
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    Doughnut base ribs were not around until 1954 ,so it is a Simmons rib. Jeff
     
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    This is my dad that has the gun. The guy who posted this is my cousin.

    To the best of my knowledge and from what I have asked the previous owner, the gun has never been reblued. Everything is the original nickel steel finish. I am not sure about the wood, but I can tell you it is beautiful. I don't have the serial number documented, but one of us will get it. It does fall in the 651-660 realm, as I have confirmed it is a 1932. The barrel and the receiver match. I am not sure about the history of the ribs, so I will not speak to that either. I know it is a very tight, great shooting, and gorgeous gun!
     
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    Serial is 656xxx
     
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