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happy birthday to me...

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by KingMedicine, Mar 17, 2011.

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  1. KingMedicine

    KingMedicine Member

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    So my father decided to pass along some family heirlooms. He passed on my great grandfathers Winchester 1912 12 gauge shotgun, made in 1919 in great shape. A bit of wear on the Nickel steel finish, but looks really new. Also got a Winchester model 94, made in 1941, in .30 WCF (.30.30). She looks brand new, not even a scratch in the finish.

    Just had to show off the new kids. The 1912 i think might become a safe queen, since she is 91 years old. But the 94 needs to go out, me thinks.
     

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    It looks like you dropped something on the floor there...

    ...my jaw. Wow, those are amazing jewels you have there.
     
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    Very nice. You can't go wrong with both of those guns. I have them too, but not near as old. My Model 12 dates back to 1952 and in as nice a condition as your 94.
     
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