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Winchester Repeating Arms Lever Action 12 *****?

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I have a winchester repeating arms lever action 12 ***** and was wondering if anyone could tell me a value for this gun. the bluing is in decent shape and the wood has been refinished. it doesn't look spectacular, but it's in good shape. the serial number reads 32701. any help would be appreciated. thanks.
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MODEL 1887 LEVER ACTION
- 10 or 12 ga., 4 shot tube mag., 30 or 32 in. full choke fluid steel barrels, plain pistol grip stock, first Browning patent shotgun mfg. by Winchester, first lever action repeating shotgun mfg. domestically. Mfg. 1887-1901. Approx. 64,855 mfg.
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Standard frame finish on this model was color case hardening. Premiums exist for original bright case colored specimens. 10 ga. began production with serial number 22148.
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i also have a 12 ga lever action serial number13473 can i shoot modern 12 ga ammo when was it made
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I just saw one in spectacular shape for $2500, so probably $1500 - $2000
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I am looking for a hammer spring for one I have. Anyone have
an idea where I might locate one.

Thanks
Dave
Dear guest ,your gun was made in 1887
Win, lever action shotgun (10ga) hammer spring. FYI.
I contacted "Bob's Gun Shop" at [email protected]
He has new made ones for $50.00 + 3.00 shipping.

:D
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