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Discussion in 'Shotguns' started by orbitup, Aug 25, 2012.
On the way.
Love the old model 12's and 97's. You can shoot them faster then most auto's. Hold the trigger down and pump away. Slickest actions ever made.
Winchester 12 Manual
I would like to have a PDF of the manual too. My E-mail is firstname.lastname@example.org.
Orbitup - Thank you for the offer. Please send me a PDF version of the Model 12 instructions... email@example.com
Orbitup, Hope you are not sorry you offered the PDF copy of the Model 12 instructions. Popular place.
Would you please send me a copy to firstname.lastname@example.org
Thank you much
I would LOVE to have a copy of that manual. If you still have it in your heart to share, please send a copy to email@example.com and I am seriously grateful.
My Winchester Model 12 is a decommissioned US Navy weapon classified as "Anti-Riot" and maintained by the servicemen on a Destroyer during the early 40s. I found some bits of history on it by searching around on its serial number and model. Took me a while but there's bits and pieces out there that lead you to what's available. I had the name of a war ship but I could not nail it down that the weapon was actually on that particular ship.
The weapon is stamped with "US GOVT." All the blue is intact. It appears to have been fired just for proof of service and maybe some targeting. But it is in near new condition. Even the stock looks near new. Beautiful gun.
I found it while cruising the pawn shops in Reno, NV back in 2004. Got it for $500. I think I did alright on it.
Anyway, if you still have that manual, I would love to get a copy of it. And thank you in advance. I certainly appreciate it.
You can find one here also.
The one I have is older than that. I'll send it to you when I get back to my computer.
I can attach it now.