Speed, reliability, balanced handling, and strength are are all available in the value-packed Model 120 shotgun. Produced for a short time in the 1980's the Model 120 is a variant of the 1300, itself an updated version of the Winchester Model 1200, the first shotgun to utilize a rotary bolt with four locking lugs secured within the barrel extension. Virtually identical to the Model 1300, the 120 is a takedown shotgun that has an internal tubular magazine that can hold up to five shells. This pump-action shotgun features a ventilated rib, a front bead sight, a cross-bolt safety, and a set of three screw-in choke tubes (F/M/IC). Its wood, metal, and bore are all in good condition.