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  1. Shotgun Gunsmithing & Restoration
    I recently pulled my old 1400 12 ga. Out of the safe and decided to disassemble, clean and lubricate. During the disassembly, I noticed there was no firing pin spring. It was possibly left out during its last disassembly, which was 15-20 years ago. So I purchased a used spring on EBay. After...
  2. Winchester Shotguns
    Hey guys, I was curious as to how often you have seen two barrel sets for model 12 that weren't factory sets. I just picked up a 1954 28 inch full choke barrel assembly for my 16 gauge to compliment the original 1937 26 inch cylinder choke barrel. It's going to the gunsmith to have the new...
  3. Other Classifieds Classifieds
    Our club, located in central North Carolina, has three operational Winchester/Western self-loading skeet machines for sale. One is mounted on a small, light duty trailer. Two are mounted side-by-side on a heavier trailer so that they throw parallel targets. All three machines are fully...
    $1,200 USD
  4. Bird Hunting
    10 in the bag (7 males, 3 females) after about 3 hours and a little over 5 miles walked this morning. They made me work for it, but it sure paid off. Anyone else have luck out there? I'm using my Winchester SXP with some of my own reloaded shells. About 400gn #6 steel shot at 1300ish FPS.
  5. Shotgun Gunsmithing & Restoration
    I own a Model 37A and am repairing it, I got it in great condition I’m replacing the broken plastic forearm spacer with aluminum but something unexpected happened. A small metal part fell out that seems to be broken. I believe it is the Extractor Pin. I need help on how to replace it and to...
  6. Winchester Shotguns
    My dad was given one when he finished college. It was stolen about 20 years ago and we have been sick about it. He’s 85 now and it would sure put a smile on his face to see it again. If you have one looking for a good home, I’d sure make you a considerable offer.
  7. Winchester Shotguns
    Hello all - new to the forum. I aquired this the other day and need some help with it. What I know...it is an 1924 manufactured commercial riot shotgun. The barrel is 20" - cyl marked, so it is not a cut down. On the stock is the abbreviation C.C.B.A (see pictures) I've googled the...
  8. Shotgun ID & Value
    Hey guys I just picked up my second winchester model 12 and I was wondering how common this configuration was. It's a 1937 production 16 gauge with a 26 inch factory stamped cylinder bore barrel. My other one is a 1918 production 12 gauge with a 30 inch full choke and I know that is a very...
  9. Shotgun Gunsmithing & Restoration
    About 45 years ago, I bought an M37 12 gauge from a relative whose method of storing the gun was to let it lie on the basement floor in 1/2 inch of water. After rescuing the gun, I partially restored it (also cold blued) and have used it irregularly over the years. Until recently, I had to...
  10. Winchester Shotguns
    Greetings all, I was wondering if anyone could point me to vendor that will sell me the heat shield specifically seen on the SXP Trench and SXP Etreme Denfender FDE? I've looked everywhere online and cannot find it. Link below for reference. Thanks...
  11. Shotguns - General
    Hi everyone I have just acquired a Winchester SX Model 1 and have tried to buy a few bolt buffers as this gun didn’t come with one. I have not found anywhere I can buy one that can be shipped to Australia. I have decided I will have to make one and while there are some great posts here to...
  12. Shotgun ID & Value
    This shotgun is in very good original working condition. It has always been in my family and was well cared for. All I know about it is it is rare as not many manufactored, dates around 1920-24, takes 2.5" shells, and serial number is 22423. I am curious what it might be worth, considering...
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