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When did Winchester 1897 16 gauge change to 2.75?

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2011-11-01 10:58:57
2011-11-01 10:58:57

Winchester made the 2.50in chamber in their shotguns up until 1927.In 1928 the change over was made to the 2.75 in.chamber on their shotguns.

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