6 years ago #1
BamaBullseye
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I'm trying to find a ballpark value for a Winchester Model 12, 12 GA shotgun, full choke, SN 19459xx, 28" barrel. The blueing is slightly worn, and the wood is in good shape, with no scratches, but a couple dings. No pitting, or rust. It doesn't have a vent rib, I think it is all original, the SN on receiver & barrel match, etc. Anyonme have any ideas? I want to sell it at a gun show, but don't want to get taken. Any help will be much appreciated.

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6 years ago #2
kim32321
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hi bama,
your model 12 was manufactured in 1962, you should see 450 - 500 easily for a pre '64 model 12 in good condition.
JMHO
Kim

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6 years ago #3
BamaBullseye
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Thanks much, Kim. I had paid $400 for it several years ago and had seen a couple at gun shows in the $400 to $800 range, but didn't know enough to ask age, etc on them. So $500 sounds like a reasonable minimum I should go for. Thanks again.

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6 years ago #4
elmer fud
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I have a mod 12 12ga S# 1073174 could you give me a year and aprox value

thanks Elmer Fud

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6 years ago #5
kim32321
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hi elmer,
your model 12 was manufactured in 1947. value should be the same as the previous post. in the future it's much better to start a new post rather than contiue an older one. i can miss it toooo easy.
JMHO
Kim

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5 years ago #6
RCG
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I just bought a model 12 in excellent condition. Serial # 151* I believe that was a 1917 issue. 2 3\4" with take-down case. Anyone know what this is valued at?

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5 years ago #7
RCG
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Oh yeah, its a 12 gauge. The barrel measures 26". Any ideas?

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5 years ago #8
Dakman7
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The serial for my Model 12 - 12 guage is 1761637. In very good to excellent condition. My father owned it since I can remember. He got it back in the mid 60's and gave the gun to me after he passed away. It was used but not much.

Dakman

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5 years ago #9
tom b
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i have a mod 12 16 ga from the 40 s plain stock full choke , no vent rib in very good cond.i also own a model 70 300 win mag premiumits the 16 that was my dads that i am curious about mag holds 5 and one chamber, would appreciate any comments

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5 years ago #10
alan
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i have a model 12 ser#174168 whats it worth

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5 years ago #11
alan
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have an original 1881 rem revolver whats it worth

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4 years ago #12
plimagt3
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Joining the parade, I have a model 12 s/n 224539 mfg in 1920 full choke 30 inch nickel steel barrel. This gun is well used but lovingly maintained. Bluing is 95%+, stock has dings but is very good. Recoil pad added when I inherited this gun in 1957. Any wild guesses as to the value? Awesome duck gun!

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