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FS/ Model 12 w/poly choke price reduced

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by Mark-in-Maine, Sep 26, 2011.

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    1948 vintage Model 12. Serial #1165xxx matching.
    The gun is in good working condition. The bluing on the gun shows wear
    typical of a gun of this age. The wood is new from Numrich as of a week ago.
    LOP is 14". BBL 26" and stamped MOD. The poly choke adjusts from CYL to Full.
    I was going to turn it into a trap gun but, I found another M12 that I fell in love with, so this has got to go. $495.00 shipped to your FFL.

    thanks,
    Mark


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    At my club, poly chokes are not allowed.Why I do not know.Where did the wood come from. Thanks loyd
     
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    No issues with the poly choke where I shoot. I'm curious now and I'll check around at some of the other clubs in the area. The wood is from Numrich.

    Mark
     
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    Ahhhh, the old "Dial a Duck" Polychoke. I cannot see any reason why these would be disallowed at a club.
     
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    Poly-chokes may not be allowed because everyone knows it turns an ordinary shotgun into (in this case) an 'assault Model-12'!

    LA in MA
     
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    $450.00 shipped
     
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    new lower price
     
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