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SOLD PENDING FUNDS--WINCHESTER MODEL 24 FOR SALE

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by 1steve7301, Jan 1, 2011.

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    I have a very nice Winchester Model 24 in 16 gauge for sale. This gun was made in 1952 or so. The finish remains in very good to excellent condition. It has 28” barrels marked Mod/Full. The wood and metal finishes are original. It has some minor handling marks in the stock and the bluing is worn in a couple of places on the metal, but all very minor. No rust or pitting of any sorts, and the barrels are bright and shiny. It has a professionally repaired chip in the toe which is very hard to see, and a mark on the right side of the stock by the receiver which may be someone’s initials, but again, you really have to look to see it. I have not shot the gun. This is a good honest Model 24 in the most desirable gage for these guns. Price is $675 plus $35 for shipping/insurance. If you are seriously interested I have many more pictures I can send upon request. I can be emailed at shodges@metrocast.net.Thanks.

    *****I HAVE LOWERED THE PRICE TO $595.00 PLUS SHIPPING ONE TIME ON THIS GUN. IF IT DOES NOT SELL AT THIS PRICE I WILL KEEP IT, THANKS*****



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    Is the stock cast to favor a right or left-hand shooter ?

    Or is the stock totally neutral ?

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    These are very sturdy guns...designed to compete in the Stevens 311 and 5100 category. They are very beefy with an excellent service record. The only complaint seems to be that the triggers are too straight for large fingers. They are true hammerless guns employng striker pins rather than hammers. These are not true collectables, they made over 110K of them ...all in the "field" grade. If I had the money, I'd buy it. They were made from the late 1930s to the mid 1950s.

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    The strikers on these guns are some kind of quick! I regret selling the 12 ga I once had!

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    I have a Winchester Model 12 30 inch barrell full choke with a simmons rib. Nice shotgun over all no rust and tight. If you are up for possible trade. Shoot me a e-mail. Thanks, Tim
     
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    I have a 1903-A3 in very good condition that I'd be willing to trade. Are you open to a deal?
     
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    Is the 16ga receiver smaller than the 12ga receiver?
     
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    Another trade idea....How about a Nazi marked CZ 32 auto, with original holster plus $$$
    R J Talley
     
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    As R Talley said, these were all field guns. I had a 12, 16, and 20 and there was no cast in any of them, all straight.
     
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    Steve, am i even tempting you just a little bit with my trade plus $$ offers?
     
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    Oh well, a guy's gotta try.
     
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    Email sent.

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