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M12 20ga. Grade IV F/S-VR-IC-Box-EXC. SOLD

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by boomer, Dec 20, 2012.

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  1. boomer

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    SOLD--SOLD--This Model 12 20ga. is one of the Browning guns that is marked Winchester--like the originals. It's a Grade 4 with with different engraving then the Browning marked guns. It's also choked improved cylinder--not modified like the Browning offerings. The wood finish is a matte/oil type instead of the high gloss Browning finish. To my eye a much nicer looking gun. This gun rates an easy 90% or so. It's been shot and has a few marks on the wood. The action is as slick as any original--really smooth! The wood has beautiful feather on both sides==again more like the Pre-64 guns. It comes with the box, but the box is a bit tattered--call it fair condition. These guns are much less common and this one will delight you at $1295 delivered to the lower 48.

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    Does this have the interruptor or can it be slam fired like the Pre-64s?
     
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    This gun has the interrupter, but is silky smooth on follow up shots!
     
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