I am trying to value a gun I have that I am considering selling. Its a Winchester Model 12 shotgun. I am considering selling it to get funds to buy a Big Bore Air Gun. I don't want to sell it cheap just because I didn't know its value. I realize that values vary widely but I am just looking for a ball park figure. I might even decide to keep it. It is a very attractive gun.
The Winchester Model 12 is in mint condition. I don't know if it has ever been fired. It doesn't look like it to me.
I don't know when it was manufactured.
It has no modifications and is just like it came from the factory as far as I know. Its a 12 ga full choke 30" barrel 2 3/4" chamber.
It has one feature that seems unique in that I don't see it on any but one of the photos I find on the Internet. The wood on the slide mechanism is ringed with 18 grooves, not 15. The grooves go all the way to the end and don't stop before the forward end. I have not seen this except on one picture and it was on a 16 ga gun, not a 12 ga.
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