Known as the Perfect Repeater at its introduction, the Winchester Model 12 shotgun distinguished itself on game fields, trap and skeet ranges, and in both World Wars. Among the first successful pump actions, it was made with quality that you don't find in most modern pump actions. Its forged and machined steel parts were made to stand the test of time. This 1926-manufactured shotgun features a nickel-steel barrel with white bead sights and a fixed modified choke. The shotgun has been nicely reblued and restocked. Its wood is in very good condition and its metal and bore are in good condition.