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#611051 02/13/2022 8:21 PM
by John Roberts
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At SBFG. Priced very reasonably:


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#611150 Feb 15th a 06:46 PM
by Joe Wood
Joe Wood
I've got y'all all beat: my M31L 20 gauge unaltered and in very nice condition cost me $100.00 out the door at a small gunshop. Plain barrel--I did have Skeet's open the full choke. Nice gun and vastly better than anything on the market today. I consider the 31's to be superior to the Model 12's (I know, them's fighting words)!

I sold a minty 31TC a couple years ago for $750.00. Had paid $300 for it from a feller who officed in the same building as me. Made the deal while riding up our elevator.
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#611071 Feb 14th a 03:19 AM
by Researcher
I was thinking that is pretty spendy as I bought one probably even a bit nicer for $325 out the door at a local pawn shop. Checked my records and my buy was before the crash of 2008!!
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#611198 Feb 16th a 04:15 PM
by Researcher
No. Remington's answer to the Model 12 Heavy Duck was the "Long Range" boring.

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Until the Model 870 3-inch Magnum was introduced, the only gun Remington offered for the 12-gauge 3-inch Magnum shell was a scant few of their Parkers --

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#611317 Feb 18th a 08:53 PM
by Researcher
Originally Posted by Lloyd3
How rare are solid rib M17s? Saw my first just a bit ago and I liked it. Didn't seem to add alot of weight.

I'm sure the percent of Model 17s ordered with the option of a solid rib is an unknowable number. How many people would spring for an $8 option on a $48 gun in the 1920s and 30s?

My father railed against two things in American shotgunnery, Winchester Model 24s and bottom dumper pump guns. For over 70 years I heeded him, but a couple of years ago a Model 17A "Standard" Grade with a 28-inch solid rib improved cylinder barrel for $200 out the door at my local pawn shop couldn't be resisted. The stock had been cut and a piece added back and a recoil pad.

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Fits me well and has been a lot of fun for $200. My gun weighs a fraction of an ounce under six pounds.
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