From what I have been told you can, but the choke cannot be more than modified. Also best to check with a gunsmith depending on the age and condition of the barrel.
I see no reason that you cannot.The steel shot sould work fine in your ranger model 120 shotgun.
NO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Do not shoot steel shot in this weapon.
Depends on when it was made. Go to Browning.com and ask.
You can, but, it will cause a slight bulge in the barrel.
what is the value of a browning 12 gauge shotgun Special steel field model.Serial # 01942RP112
It has a nickel steel barrel and is a 12 gauge with a mod choke. It has a nickel steel barrel and is a 12 gauge with a mod choke. It has a nickel steel barrel and is a 12 gauge with a mod choke.
It can, but, damage will eventually happen. Not recommended.
300 USD or so
If it was made to shoot steel shot and has interchangeable chokes.
The price of the Winchester shotgun model 1912 in a 12 gauge full choke nickel steel with an average condition is about 600 dollars to about 1200 dollars. This price varies with the current market and the condition of the stock and finish.
No. Absolutely not.
if its exellent condition around 500 dollars i have one
Depends on what it is choked and what load you want to shoot.
NO! This is EXTREMELY dangerous!
If it has a 3" chamber like mine it will shoot pretty much anything you can throw in it.
depends on make, model and condition
You risk damaging the barrels if you do.
Is this shotgun manufactured with a twist steel barrel
with the wingmaster barrel you can only shoot lead, but if you change the barrel to a slugster you can shoot slugs and buckshot, they also have a barrel for steel shot to.
Its not advisible, the date of manufacture on the gun may not allow, since barrels weren't as hard as they are today
Depends on the load and what the maker of the choke/shotgun say.