A Takedown Manual Winchester 12

The Model 1912 shotgun (or as it is more commonly known-- Model 12) was Winchester's first slide-action hammerless shotgun. It was designed by T. C. Johnson, utilizing a strong frame and a hidden hammer. The chamber was made longer for the 2-3/4 inch shells in 1927, then at a later date for 3 inch shells. This shotgun was available in many barrel lengths, all possible chokes, numerous gauges and 11 different models. The pre-64 Model 12 Winchester was designed in 1912, with actual production beginning from 1914 and lasting through 1963. During that 51-year period, there were over 1,900,000 guns sold. Production, clean-up and special orders of the Model 12 continued until serial number 2,027,500 in 1980.

THIS MANUAL ON DISMANTLING YOUR SHOTGUN WILL PROVIDE INFORMATION THAT FOCUSES ON THE PRE-64 Model 12 WINCHESTER SHOTGUN, BUT IS ALSO APPLICABLE TO MODEL 12 SHOTGUNS PRODUCED AFTER THAT TIME PERIOD.

If you order the printed version, you will still receive the digital online version immediately so that you can begin at once to disassemble your firearm. Don't loose value in your firearm by using the incorrect tools or removing parts in the incorrect order.


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