Winchester Model 101 O/U Shotgun

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  1. doc_k

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    I have for sale a nice winchester model 101. Its in great condition and comes with full/modified 28 inch barrels, chambered for 2 3/4" shells . A few light places but overall looks brand new. Comes with and adjustable butt pad and the original. Great trigger, lockup is still tight and would be a great all around shotgun. I used it for skeet and sporting clays. If you have any questions please pm me and i will get back to you asap. I will be in the issaquah area at the end of this week and can bring it with me thanks.
    $800 obo!

    *Would like to move this so please feel free to make offer!*

    Doc_K

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  2. BigBull 301

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    12 or 20 guage???
     
  3. doc_k

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    Sorry i seemed to forget one of the most important parts. It is a 12 gauge. Thanks for the friendly reminder.
     
  4. Dannicus

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    I'm not very familiar enough with o/u shotguns. Does that have selective ejectors or extractors?
     
  5. doc_k

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    This gun has selective ejectors. For definition sake this means that if you fire both barrels and open the action, both shells will eject. If only one barrel is fired, only the empty shell is ejected. I hope this helps. If you have any more questions please feel free to ask.
     
  6. Lespaulplayr

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    what year and model... thanks
     
  7. doc_k

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    This winchester dates 1969 and is a model 101.
     
  8. shift prime

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    Oh, how I wish you were in Oregon...
     
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