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This is a "Y" model trap gun made circa 1964. The wood on this gun is beautiful. The stock is uncut and has the original Winchester pad.
The metal is in very good condition. It is choked to smoke and it will vaporize targets if you do your part. The gun functions flawlessly.
Price is $1295.00 shipped to your FFL. I'm firm on the price. When you see the gun you'll understand why.

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Mark

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Eddie,

The forearm does match. I don't know if the metal was refinished.

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To the best of my knowledge, "Y" model 12s were first built in 1972 or 73. First serial numbers were Y2000XXX. This information is not cast in stone but I think it is accurate. Larry
 

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The Y 2000000 guns are where the serial #'s begin on the cast receivers. There are pre 2000000 guns that have a Y but their receivers are not cast, they are milled from solid steel.
 
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