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Winchester M12 12ga. Str. grip SRib-1924 SOLD

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by boomer, Nov 18, 2012.

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  1. boomer

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    SOLD--SOLD--Here is a very clean Model 12 12 gauge gun made in 1924! It would be hard to find a better one that is 88 years old. It's a straight grip with checkered buttstock and small checkered forend. It has the solid Winchester pad. I don't know whether or not it's a trap gun, but it has that look. It's got a 30 inch NICKEL STEEL full choke barrel with a solid rib. There is only a front bead on the barrel. I'm sure it would make a good showing at the traps! I'd rate the gun at 85-90%. The blue has some freckling here and there but nothing serious. No cracks in the wood--checkering is very good. So if you're looking for that special Model 12 that is a bit out of the ordinary with interesting features--consider this gun. $995delivered to the lower 48.

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  2. Bob Hawkes

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    Nice wood, very pretty gun Boomer. Guess I've got to check the serial number on my old trap gun. That time of year to take it out for a round or two.
     
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