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WTS OR 1 Winchester & 1 High Standard Prices Reduced

Discussion in 'Shotgun Classifieds' started by Scoots, Oct 5, 2014.

  1. Scoots

    Scoots Brownsville, Oregon New Member

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    First 3 photos are of:
    Upper shotgun - Winchester 1897 12ga pump shotgun (2 3/4" shells!), 26" barrel (marked Full) with Polychoke, Pachmayr recoil pad. George Madis book indicates serial # mfg = 1924. Inherited from my grandfather in 1980, he acquired it in trade prior to 1951, the date of b/w photo. Well cared for and I don't believe it's been fired in 60 years. Would be good for Cowboy Action Shooting. $400 SOLD to local Cowboy Action Shooter :s0090:

    Lower shotgun - High Standard Flite King Deluxe K10 pump shotgun (2 3/4" shells!) w/Cutts Compensator and Lyman interchangeable choke marked Full, barrel + choke = 29", John Stimson, Jr. indicates mfg = 1962 - 1965. My brother's shotgun, seen many years in the duck blind, but well cared for. SOLD to a Washington County duck hunter

    Last 2 photos of single shotgun - Winchester 1912 16ga pump shotgun (2 1/2" shells!), 26" barrel (marked Full), takedown version, unique mirroring serial # example = 123321, George Madis book indicates serial # mfg = 1919. Inherited from my grandfather in 1980, he acquired it in trade after the 1951 photo. Well cared for and I don't believe it's been fired in 60 years. $225 or make an offer.

    Here's a link for available 2 1/2" shotshells (2 3/4" shotshells appeared around 1925):
    http://www.rstshells.com/store/m/3-16-Gauge.aspx

    I would prefer a F2F cash sale. I live in mid-Willamette Valley and can meet you. PM me if you have questions.

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  2. Mark W.

    Mark W. Silverton, OR Bronze Supporter Bronze Supporter

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    You might want to make note in your ad that both the model 1897 and the model 12 are takedown versions.
     
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  3. Joe13

    Joe13 NW of Vancouver Opinionated & Blunt Bronze Supporter 2015 Volunteer 2016 Volunteer

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    I'd like the hi standard
     
  4. Scoots

    Scoots Brownsville, Oregon New Member

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    Joe13,
    Your profile shows that you are a resident of Vancouver. If you are not a resident of Oregon I cannot sell a firearm to you without going thru an FFL transfer.
    I check driver's licenses before I finish up a bill of sale. I'm too close to retirement to end up with a felony and a huge fine.
     
  5. Joe13

    Joe13 NW of Vancouver Opinionated & Blunt Bronze Supporter 2015 Volunteer 2016 Volunteer

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    Absolutely. I had planned on having the meeting in FF L anyway because we're on different sides of the border
     
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