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Winchester M-12 Black Diamond shotgun parting

Discussion in 'Uncategorized Threads' started by kirbythegunsmith, Jan 3, 2008.

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  1. kirbythegunsmith

    kirbythegunsmith Member

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    A customer wants to dispose of a Model 12 Black Diamond parts gun, with solid rib full choke 30" barrel.
    The frame is battered and needs rebuilding, or will be parted out. This disposal is for getting the maximum return for parts as a whole or separated.

    Any interested parties can see pictures of wood that has been cut and later had the piece added back, plus more. The length at the cut end would be 12-5/8", enough to make to 14" with a typical thick pad.
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    How do you like the checkered trigger face? This Nickel Steel gun shows a good bit of use, but the barrel was still on the first notch when I pulled it free, and has no internal altering except for a minor polish mark internal at the bead shank that went through into the bore long ago.

    Phone calls taken at 636-282-4379, The Shotgun Shop.
    I am a Model 12 expert and specialty gunsmith, and you can read some of my articles at the website.
    Article 3 shows crooked and dangerous choke installations, article 1 has illustrated explanations about choke problems, and article 2 has details pertaining to advancements and limitations of shotgun barrel improvements from factories.
    More articles are there, also, with each page having something to inform and educate.

    Thanks for reading, and you may e-mail questions instead of calling. Let me know that you posted a question if you want the question answered at this forum.

    If you want to see pictures of other details, let me know.

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    Hap MecTweaks Well-Known Member

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  3. kirbythegunsmith

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    Just checking to see if these look OK on the forum.

    Need to learn how to post pictures at each forum.

    I have plenty of postings at
    www.thehighroad.org
    www.shotgunworld.com

    About 25 posts are at
    www.thefiringline.com

    always under
    kirbythegunsmith
     
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