WTS WA 1966 Remington 870 Wingmaster 12g

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  1. PNWet

    PNWet
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    I find myself with two Wingmaster 12g shotguns... and I need get some money together to fund a different gun purchase. I’m sure you can relate. :D

    So, I’m letting this fine example go. It’s a 1966 Wingmaster 12 gauge with a 28” Modified fixed choke barrel (no vent rib). Great condition with minor bluing fade/wear and minor scratches/dings in the stocks. A really fine looking example of what a Wingmaster is all about. Shoots great as well.

    I’m keeping my 50s era Wingmaster as I’ve had it longer and I’m more attached to it. I had originally picked up the ‘66 to be my back-up for my 50s Wingmaster, but it’s finally occurred to me that I’ll never wear out the first one! :D

    I’m asking $450 for it. That’s a fair price for a nice solid vintage 870 Wingmaster. The 60s era models have been well known for their quality and smoothness.

    Another option, if you plan to get a different length/choke barrel or a newer Rem choke barrel anyway, would be that I keep the barrel on the ‘66 Wingmaster (to use as an optional barrel with my 50s Wingmaster) and I sell it for $300. That way, you can use that $150 to buy a barrel for your specific application. Just a thought.

    I’m located in the Camas/Washougal area. I can meet at the Tropics Jewelry and Loan FFL on the East side of Vancouver in the Orchards area. I will pay the FFL transfer fees as well.

    Private message me if you’re interested. Thank you.

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  2. PNWet

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    I was on another website looking up prices on similar vintage Wingmaster examples... I’m going to lower my asking price to maybe help get this lovely gem sold faster. I’m not in big hurry, but I would like to get this sold sooner than later.

    Ok, so how about $350 for the Wingmaster and I’ll also include four boxes of new Remington 12g target loads... and I’ll pay the transfer fees.

    Oh, and my other idea of keeping the barrel (if you planned to buy a different choke barrel anyway)... I’d sell the gun without the barrel for only $250 (the vintage wood stocks are worth that by themselves... but do not part this out... it’s too nice for that). I’d still include the shells and paying the transfer fees.
     

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