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Winchester 24 SxS 12ga need help fast

Discussion in 'Shotguns' started by Savage Shooter, Sep 12, 2008.

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  1. Savage Shooter

    Savage Shooter Member

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    I am going to go to a trap shoot tomorrow and I need to know what the chokes are in my winchester 24 I just inhereted it and I no little about it. I know I need to use lead shot because of the barrel. I am trying to decide which gun to take I have shot a mossberg 500 12ga the last 2 times and I would like to try this gun. But I need to know what the chokes are or I won't take it this it for a compitition and bragging rights mostly bragging rights:D. It has 30" barrels and serial# 90464 can anyone tell me the year it was made too.
     
  2. 9x19sig

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    Most of the 24's I have seen had full and modified chokes. It should do just fine on the clays. I can't help you on the year it was made, but I can tell you they started making them in 1939 or 1940 and yours is pretty far off from the early versions in terms of sn.
     
  3. Savage Shooter

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    that's what I guessed but which barrels which?
     
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    Right barrel Mod, Left Full.
     
  5. Savage Shooter

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    thanks, dave to the rescue again
     
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    As for bragging rights...

    If you havent shot it and/or patterned it, then I would stick with the gun you have been shooting. Shotguns take some time to get accustomed to and can be downright frustrating if you dont know where they shoot.
     
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