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I will try this one more time, maybe this time we won't have to talk about cutting off barrels .


For Sale Model 12 Heavy Duck


1955 Year of Production Serial # 1600xxx


90% plus gun, a very few light wear spots on the bluing and a few handling marks on the wood.


Briley Thin Wall flush mount chokes. Four chokes in all. Two marked “Lead only”, full with .35 construction and Mod with .21 constriction. Two Marked ”Steel”. One Mod with .20 constriction and one IC with .10 constriction.


This is the cleanest Heavy Duck I have ever seen.


$750.00 plus shipping and insurance


Jim R




















 

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The LOP on all Heavy Duck guns was 1/2" shorter than standard model 12's it is 13 3/4" and the barrel is 30" to the end of the threads but what is in front of the receiver is 29".


Other than the “Briley Thin Wall Chokes” this gun is as it came from the factory. This is not a re-blued or rebuilt gun.



Jim R
 

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If anyone is thinking that ribbed and 32" bbl. is the only way they came, check out this Gun Digest article. Mine is a 30 in. no rib, but absolutely a 3 In. Mod 12 Heavy Duck. J.W
 
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