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Winchester Model 12- SPF- SOLD Please delete

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I am reposting this 12 ga. Winchester Model 12..  This gun appears to have been built in 1927.  Along the line, someone refinished the stock and did a re-blue.  I had the barrel cut to 18 3/4” and an oversize bead installed.  The gun also has a Pachmyr recoil pad.  I have not had any action work done to the gun. When I originally posted the gun for sale, there were a number of questions about whether or not it was chambered for 2 3/4 or 3 inch.  At the time I could not say for certain that it was chambered for 2 3/4 though the circumstantial evidence indicated it was.  I took it to a gunsmith today and he confirmed it is a 2 /34 inch chambered gun.  $400.00 Shipped to FFL.   SOLD

 

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It’s a beauty.

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I agree - it's a beauty.

How many does the magazine hold?

Can you load a few more photos?

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11 minutes ago, Brazos John said:

I agree - it's a beauty.

How many does the magazine hold?

Can you load a few more photos?

It holds 6 in the magazine.  There are some scuffs on the stock and a bit of chip out from when the recoil pad was installed.  It was going to be for Wild Bunch, so I didn't worry about it.

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