WINCHESTER Shotguns: Single Barrel MODEL 37A
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MODEL 37A


replaced the Model 370, roll engraved receiver, gold trigger. Approx. 391,168 mfg. between 1973-80 in the Winchester plant in Cobourg, Ontario. There is pricing information available for purchase for this model. This data is available in the following options:

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1985 Model 94 Texas Sesquicentennial Carbine

18 1/2 in. round barrel, gold finished receiver and barrel bands, roll engraved receiver, 2,600 mfg., serial numbered TEX1 -TEX2600.

MODEL 36 SINGLE SHOT

9mm Rimfire cal., long shot, short shot, and ball, 18 in. round barrel, single shot bolt action, guns were not serial numbered, one-piece plain stock and forearm, special shaped trigger guard, 2 3/4 lbs. Approx. 20,000 mfg. between 1920-27.

MODEL 370

12, 16, 20, 28 ga., or .410 bore, 28-32 in. full choke plain barrel, replaced the Model 37, top lever break open, exposed hammer, plain pistol grip stock. Approx. 221,578 mfg. between 1968-73.

TRAP MODEL

12 ga., 34 in. stainless barrel with straight grooves and 2 choke tubes, fully adj. high post rib, engraved stainless receiver with gold Ruger name, adj. deluxe checkered walnut stock, beavertail forearm, adj. trigger, 9 lbs. Approx. 300 mfg. 2000-2003.

MODEL 20

.410 bore, single shot, hammer, boxlock, 26 in. full choke (a few guns have been observed with cylinder choking), 6 lbs. 23,616 mfg. between 1919-1924.

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