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Gun is now sold pending receipt of funds. I am selling for the wife of my friend that passed away a very nice Winchester model 21 in 20 gauge. This is a SKEET Grade 21 and it has 26 inch barrels choked SK1 and SK2. This gun was built in 1937 and comes with a Winchester factory letter. Gun matches the factory letter with one exception. When I had the stock refinished and a new Winchester pad installed I had a 1/8" black spacer added to bring LOP to 14 1/8". Remove the spacer and it will match exactly the factory letter. I had the gun completely restored by several professionals and as you can see it turned out beautifully. Stock dimensions are 1 1/2 X 2 7/16 X 14 1/8 over a new red rubber Winchester pad. Gun has capped pistol grip stock, single selective trigger, beavertail forend with kidney pattern checkering, non-automatic safety with the word safe in gold. Gun functions perfectly and is in 99.9% conditions and ready for years of service. Weight on this gun is 6 pounds 5 ounces making it a great upland gun. Price of this little beauty is $7000 plus $50 shipping to your FFL. As always there is a three day non-firing inspection period with the buyer paying shipping charges if returned. Contact me at [email protected] with any questions you might have or to purchase this great little piece of Winchester history.

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You are correct and that is the only flaw I can find in the entire gun. Thought about having it re-cut and it wouldn't be expensive to do, but I decided to price it lower and allow the widow to get her money a little faster. The blueing is actually excellent other than that one flaw and that happened before I sent it out to be restored.
 
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