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Winchester 1200 Trap

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Have been looking for a backup gun and one for friends to use now and then - saw a pristine Winchester 1200 trap model for sale locally - $300. 30" bbls, fixed full choke - looks about 95% wood and blue. Monte Carlo raised comb. Decent part timer or stay away?




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I meant to say, buy it. It's a good gun as I owned three of them. I could not find a gunsmith to work on the trigger, but it's not bad as is. It will break targets with the best of them. Last model 1200 trap I purchased was 4 years ago for $325.00.
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The Model 1200 and 1300 are very under rated guns. Both are as reliable as any pump action out there. This one looks like a beauty. I think you should grab it. Bill B
 

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Bought it - looks every bit as good as pics - he threw in 500 once fired AA old style hulls as well.
 

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as mentioned, they are nice guns. Just like any gun, if it fits the shooter correctly and shoots where they are looking, good things will happen.

I have a 1200 field gun that I like quite a bit, and a 1300 set up to be used for turkey and deer.
 
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