This is a gun that has a lot of variations. Unless it is a Pigeon Grade with extensive engraving in Excellent condition, it would not be valueable enough to require any special endorsement on your homeowner's insurance policy. If it is a standard Field Grade or a Heavy Duck Gun in NRA Very Good condition, it should retail for $425 +/-. A Skeet or Trap Grade gun would be about $550-$650 and a Pigeon Grade around $1100. Engraving would increase these values as would a milled rib or special ventilated rib. And of course any replaced parts or modifications, such as a non-original recoil pad will reduce the value. (The Heavy Duck Gun came with a Winchester recoil pad, others did not.)
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Yes the stock on a Winchester Model 12 16 gauge is the same as a 20 gauge. 16 gauge,20 gauge, and 28 gauge are all the same for the Winchester Model 12. Thanks, Tim
Your winchester model 1897 shotgun was made by winchester in 1954.
Do a google search for "Winchester Model 12".
your Winchester model 12 was made in 1970.
Your model 12 Winchester shotgun was made by Winchester in 1926.
Your Winchester model 12 shotgun was made by Winchester in 1954.
Your winchester model 12 shotgun was made by winchester in 1939.
I bought a Winchester ranger 140 for $220 in awsome shape at a pawn shop that deals mainly with guns near St. Louis
Your Winchester model 1897 shotgun was made by Winchester in 1910.
Your winchester model 12 shotgun was made by winchester in 1953.