WINCHESTER SHOTGUNS: 1879-1963 MODEL 12 HEAVY DUCK GUN
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MODEL 12 HEAVY DUCK GUN
12 ga., 3 in. chamber, 30 or 32 in. barrel, solid rubber recoil pad, 1/2 in. shorter pull than regular Model 12 (13 5/8 in LOP.). Mfg. 1935-1963. There is pricing information available for purchase for this model. This data is available in the following options:

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Model 21 3 Inch Duck Gun

12 ga. only, 30 or 32 in. barrels, introduced in 1940, must be so stamped (observe the 3 in. and Duck markings very carefully).

MODEL 12 SLIDE ACTION

12 (introduced 1914), 16 (introduced 1914), 20 (initial ga., mfg. 1912, 2 1/2 in. chamber mfg. until 1927), or 28 (introduced 1937) ga., 25 (20 ga. only, mfg. 1912-14), 26, 28, 30, or 32 in. standard, nickel, or stainless steel (scarce) barrel with or without rib (matted, solid, or VR), 2 9/16 (early 16 or 20 ga., until 1927, at ser. no. 464,565), 2 3/4 (became standard 1927) or 3 in. chamber, 6 shot, blue metal, various chokes, hammerless, plain pistol grip or straight walnut stock and forearm, marked Model 1912 from 1912-1919, approx. ser. no. 172,000. 14 in. LOP was original standard, then changed to 14 1/2 in. circa 1930. Mfg. 1912-1976.

MODEL 12 TRAP GUN

various gauges, full choke barrel, deluxe straight or pistol grip stock, solid recoil pad, 14 3/8 in. LOP standard on pre-war guns. Mfg. 1938-1964.

MODEL 40 SEMI-AUTO

12 ga. only, long recoil action, 28 or 30 in. barrel, walnut stock, skeet model also, poorly designed, many recalled by Winchester. Approx. 12,000 mfg. 1940-41.

Model 12 Heavy Duck Gun Vent. Rib

factory Winchester or 2 different rib styles mfg. by Simmons, notice barrel proof marking - rare.

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