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Estimated value of a Winchester 1912 20 gauge, 2 1/2 chambered, serial number 20780
February 14, 2021
2:52 am
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Steven
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I am trying to find a legitimate estimate on the value of my grandfathers gun that was manufactured in 1913. Model 1912, 20 gauge, 2 1/2 chamber, original stock and forend. The butt place I am trying to find a replacement for, it had been in storage and the bottom of the stock had slight water damage. I sanded it lightly, and lightened the darken shade and re-oiled it to give it a good shine. I really don’t think I would ever sell it, it’s very sentimental to me. Just curious as to the value. Had slight spots of rust on the barrel I was able to remove, without a problem. Anyone with any information on an estimate of the value or a good place to get a replacement butt plate. 
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February 14, 2021
3:16 am
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Steve,

It would really help us if you can provide clear pictures of the gun. I will assume that it has the standard 25-inch FULL choke barrel?

Bert

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