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Winchester Modle 12 Duck Soild Rib 4 sale

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by sx1skeet, Mar 16, 2010.

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  1. sx1skeet

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    An honest old 3" mag soild rib. All original, has not been reblued and wood finsh is original. It may look shiney in the pics but that is just reflection off the oil. The blueing is about 90-95%. a little sharp edge wear & getting a little thin on bottom of receiver. Barrel blue is excellent. Ser. nr 1,679,6xx Barrel reads "For super speed & super-x 3 in."This old honest 3" Duck with solid rib has probably shot a few ducks but is still in excellent shape for its age. Hard to find one better. Price $975.00 to your FFL. Matt Stevenson 303-632-7360
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    Sorry about that it is a 30" full.
     
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    A nice gun---I had one just like it yrs ago---wish I never got rid of it---
    Does yours ever have an ejection problem?---Mine would jam from time to time even when I changed ejectors---George
     
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    no prob that I have seen with it.
     
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    Great buy ! Some 3 inch guns fail to eject ,not from a problem with the gun but from some factory shells being too long after firing . Jeff
     
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    That was my thought I try to price things be low book. The book says 1200.00. but that is just a book.
     
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    In this case the book is right. Normally they are a guide.32 inch guns bring a couple hundred more . Jeff
     
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    thanks
     
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    did you put the center bead on mine is same serial range and only front brass bead they will hang a remington older plastic express about everytime case when fired is a bout 1/16 in long for the port Never had a win hull problem I bet that was a way to sell the 3in 870 you think?
     
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    Between you and Jack, you are gonna bankrupt my grandkids. You have a PM.
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    Sold pending funds
     
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