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What is the value of a model 37 Winchester steel built shotgun?


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2005-09-23 14:01:46
2005-09-23 14:01:46

As a gunsmith, I have had several in my shop for repair and/or reconditioning. They are a good solid field grade gun, nothing special. However, it seems that there seems to be some collector interest devoloping. I have seen them sell for $50 to as much as $150, with the 28 ga bringing $275. The value of the gun is an open ended question. The value depends, of course, on how much you can get out of it. No gun is worth more than someone is willing to pay. Reed's Gun Shop


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Please include the serial number(to date your shotgun) and the overall condition to get a accurate value to your Winchester model 1912 pump action shotgun.

I see no reason that you cannot.The steel shot sould work fine in your ranger model 120 shotgun.

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.

A "bullet" is the term used for a rifle cartridge projectile. The Winchester Model 37 is a shotgun versus a rifle, and as such, it primarily was made to use shot shells (hundreds of small lead pellets) used for hunting game birds and waterfowl. Bert H.

Your winchester model 1912 shotgun which was made by winchester in 1937 is not that rare.There was a total production of 2,026,372 shotguns made during a time span between the years 1912-1980.Depending on the gauge and overall condition of your shotgun?These can range in price from 250-650 dollars.

Lever action, blued steel, wood stock, most likely chambered in 30/30

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.

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I myself would not shoot steel shot through your fine winchester model 12 shotgun.I suppose that there are some out there that will simply say yes to your question,but the fact remains that the steel at the time of your shotguns production was never meant to be shot with steel shot.I would buy a newer shotgun made since 1990 or so and shoot all the steel shot through that shotgun.These can be found for around 200 dollars or less and this will preserve the fine model 12 winchester for upland birds and rabbits.

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Your serial number indicates that your Winchester model 12 pump action shotgun was made in the year 1919.The value cannot be determined without a more detailed description of the shotguns overall condition to include the amount of original finish remaining on the wood and metal.The bore condition,and what type of barrel the shotgun has(plain,solid matte rib,or vent rib barrel).

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The value of a Winchester model 1912 pump action 12 gauge shotgun is dependent upon a number of factors. Since it's in excellent condition, the value would be highly dependent on the person interested in purchasing it.

I would say NO. Full choke it TOO tight for steel shot and you should never use any thing more that modified.

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Just bought one in very good condition for 225 from a dealer.

Needs to be examined by a gunsmith. Answer will depend on what it is choked.


Depends on when it was made. Go to and ask.

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