Winchester Model 12 12 gauge

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JOHNDEERE
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Winchester Model 12 12 gauge

I have a Winchester model 12 12 gauge and was wondering if anyone knew how much one would be worth? and I also have a Remington Nylon 66 .22 that I am interested in how much it is worth too? Thanks

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Need much more info on it, like is it a plain barrel,raised rib or solid rib. Choke type and length of shell it is chambered for as well as barrel length. What type of forearm on the pump slide does it have as well as the SN and an overall condition of the gun.

But I can give you a ball park for a standard 2 3/4" shooter with full choke,plain barrel. They are sell anywhere from $200.00 to $350.00 depending on condition.

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It is a raised rib. I think it is just 2 3/4" and not sure about choke type it is pretty old. It is wood and isn't in best condition could probably be reblued. And i think it is 30in barrel not positive though.

 

JOHNDEERE
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It looks like the top one here. And i went and looked it doesnt have a raised rib barrel.

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What color is the nylon 66?  Black/chrome bring more than brown/blued.  Green/blued and yellow/blued bring more due to rarity.

If it's black/chrome I might be interested.

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It is plastic which is brown. Looks exactly like this one. But my brother has the black one like this. How much would you be willing to pay because I dont know if i want to sell it got it from my grandpa.

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i had one of them 22's ^^^ nothin special about em....just keep it

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Honestly I don't think I'd be willing to pay what a nylon 66 is selling for these days.  A good condition brown/blued is worth $250-$350, at least that 's what I see them priced at in gun shops.  Add $50-$100 for the Black/Chrome.

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okay yea i dont think i would want to sell it. You know anything about the shotgun?

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Hardwaterman's your huckelberry.

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JOHNDEERE
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okay well thanks for your help anyways.

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My grandpa had one of those .22's. He was still using it on skunks when he was 96. Probably wasn't getting one shot kills anymore, but always made me chuckle when I heard he killed another.

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Take the serial # from the Mod 12 and figure out the age.  There are websites out there that will give you an appraisal of your shotgun.  I did it with my 20 gauge and it was appraised at well over $1000 so that's what I insured it for.

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One thing about those old nylon stocks, they are fragile as hell in the cold.  Was with a fella when he went to whack a fox caught on the head rather than shoot it.

Shattered that stock like an ice crystal in the -10 or so temps of the day.

The stock is really expensive, and at this point I don't even know if new ones are still available.  This happened roughly 30 yrs ago.

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Mod1220ga do you remember what the website was? And yea i like the nylon a lot but don't shoot it much anymore.

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JOHNDEERE Said:

Mod1220ga do you remember what the website was? And yea i like the nylon a lot but don't shoot it much anymore.

I'll look for it but I can't remember off the top of my head.

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mod1220ga Said:

JOHNDEERE Said:

Mod1220ga do you remember what the website was? And yea i like the nylon a lot but don't shoot it much anymore.

I'll look for it but I can't remember off the top of my head.

okay because i looked but couldnt find a good one did you have to pay for it because all the ones i found you had to. thanks.

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If it's a nickle steel, it's in the neighborhood of $400.  Less with a polychoke.  These guys will help more.

http://www.shotgunworld.com/bbs/index.php

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