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***SOLD*** WTS: Beautiful 1952 Winchester Model 12, 12 gauge, Excellent Condition

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***SOLD***   For sale is an exceptionally nice Winchester Model 12, 12 Gauge, 3" chamber, 30" barrel, full choke.  It was manufactured in 1952 and shows the fit, finish and quality of a bygone era.  It has only a few very minor blemishes to the metal, the bluing is beautiful and the wood is extremely nice and virtually blemish free.  The action is smooth and tight and the bore is excellent.  They truly don't make them like this anymore and this one will last another lifetime.  $695 plus shipping to your FFL. 

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Very nice Win make someone an excellent gun if I didn't have one I would buy

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Thanks Happy Appy.  I think someone will be very happy with it.

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Five minutes with a hacksaw would make that a fine Wild Bunch gun. 

 

Ok, so I've been called a barbarian before.:rolleyes:

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Too funny! You sir, are indeed a barbarian.

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15 hours ago, Badlands Bob #61228 said:

Five minutes with a hacksaw would make that a fine Wild Bunch gun. 

 

Ok, so I've been called a barbarian before.:rolleyes:

 

9 hours ago, Oregonian said:

Too funny! You sir, are indeed a barbarian.

You don't know the half of it, he's better known as Evil Bob and he comes by the moniker honestly....well as honestly as he is honest anyway! :lol:

 

Kajun

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BTT

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Thanks Banjo Bob!  

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I believe that is what Winchester marketed as the Heavy Duck gun and is uncommon. That factory pad and mag chamber nails it. No I wouldn’t shorten the barrel.

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Beautiful shotgun.

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Yeah, I couldn't cut that barrel. Well, I could... I do have a hacksaw. Heck, even I have a grinder. But I wouldn't.

 

So another BTT, somebody take this and enjoy it for what it is.

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Sold and off to a new home.

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On 6/17/2020 at 4:12 PM, Yellowhouse Sam # 25171 said:

I believe that is what Winchester marketed as the Heavy Duck gun and is uncommon. That factory pad and mag chamber nails it. No I wouldn’t shorten the barrel.

 

You are indeed correct, these Heavy Duck models are fairly hard to find, especially in excellent original condition.  I kind of forgot it's history when I listed it, it wasn't until after the sale that I recalled that.  The buyer got a very nice deal!

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