Dating model 120 winchester shotguns

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The primary uses of the bayonet on the model 1200 are for close combat, guarding prisoners, and riot duty.

The most commonly used bayonet with the Model 1200 was the M1917 bayonet.

My question is why is there so much variance from site to site on this model gun. According to most sites that serial number puts it at manufacturing in 1898. I have an 1894 Winchester 32 Caliber lever action hexagon Barrel rifle made in 1906 looks to be in original condition I would say fair condition. I have some pictures they won't upload on the site ... Very nice gun but trying to find out the value and maybe what year ...

I am trying to fnd out what this gun might be worth. I've inherited a Model 94 Winchester 30-30 very low serial number, 97463, manufactured early 1897 that has been in our family since new, 1897, four generations. I just purchased a Winchester 1886, 40-82 WCF rifle the the other day as I am a rookie gun collector but did not happen to think about what the true age of the gun was until now after reading some of ...

A bayonet could be attached to the front end of the barrel of the Military version of the Model 1200.

The Model 1200 and Model 1300 are two pump-action shotguns that were manufactured by the Winchester-Western Division of Olin Corporation. The military version of the 1200 has the ability to have a bayonet fixed on the end of the barrel to be used in close quarter combat.

The Winchester Model 1200 came in barrel lengths of 30-inch, and 28-inch with a fixed choke or the Win-choke screw in choke tubes system and is a 12, 16, or 20-gauge, manually operated, slide action shotgun.

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"New" refers to a brand-new, unused, unopened, undamaged item, and "Used" refers to an item that has been used previously.

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