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Winchester Model 1912 Shotgun

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  • Action - Pump Action

  • Gauge - 12 Ga.

  • Chamber - 2-3/4"

  • Barrel Length - 26"

  • Weight - 7.4 Lbs.

Product Summary

Designed by T.C. Johnson, The Model 12 slide action shotgun is the first as well as most popular hammerless slide-action shotgun made by Winchester. From 1912 until first discontinued by Winchester in 1963, nearly two million Model 12 shotguns were produced. The Model 12 was an entirely new design with a tubular magazine loaded from the bottom and an ejection port of the right side of the firearm. Unlike cheaper guns of the period, the Model 12's parts were forged and machined from solid steel, creating a dependable and long-lasting gun. The 1912 also differs from most modern pump-action shotguns in that it has no trigger disconnector, meaning a shot is fired each time the action closes with the trigger depressed. This speedy response was one reason that the military chose to use the Model 1912 in World War I, World War II, and the Korean War. This 1915-manufactured shotgun features a red bead front sight, an adjustable Poly-Choke system, and a cross-bolt safety. Its wood and bore are in good condition and its bore is in fair condition.

Model Model 1912
Type Shotgun
Action Pump Action
Gauge 12 Ga.
Chamber 2-3/4"
Barrel Length 26"
Weight 7.4 Lbs.
Sights Red Bead
Finish : Stock & Forearm Walnut
Finish : Barrel & Receiver Blued
Choke Adjustable Poly-Choke
Safety Cross-Bolt
Capacity 6 + 1
Stock Condition Good
Metal Condition Fair
Bore Condition Good
Length of Pull 13-3/8"
Drop at Heel 1-7/8"
Date of Manf. 1915