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Model 12
January 4, 2020
6:40 pm
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i have a 1973 model 12 trap gun,i dont believe it has ever been shot.It is still in the box.i would like to know what its worth or if is there is anyone interested in it.Thanks

January 4, 2020
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Hello, best thing would be to post as many clear and detailed pictures as you can, however as a guest you will need to either email Them a to a member to post or post a link in which to view them at. It’ll be pretty difficult to get a value from anyone without sei g the firearm. You may even want post the pictures on the swap meet section also found here on the WACA website.

January 4, 2020
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I shoot a Y series Model 12 Trap gun of that vintage. Got it at the OGCA show in Cleveland years ago. Value depends on the wood grain and overall condition of the gun and box. I saw a NIB Y-Model 12 at the Louisville KY show that had a bug die between the receiver and the Styrofoam tray in the box. Left a big pitted rust spot on the left side of the gun. Too sad! Is yours Monte Carlo stock or straight comb? What are you looking to get out of it? Pictures speak a thousand words...

January 6, 2020
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cberghuis said
I shoot a Y series Model 12 Trap gun of that vintage. Got it at the OGCA show in Cleveland years ago. Value depends on the wood grain and overall condition of the gun and box. I saw a NIB Y-Model 12 at the Louisville KY show that had a bug die between the receiver and the Styrofoam tray in the box. Left a big pitted rust spot on the left side of the gun. Too sad! Is yours Monte Carlo stock or straight comb? What are you looking to get out of it? Pictures speak a thousand words...  

I dont know how to post pics if you give me your email i will send u some pics

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