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*VERY SCARCE WINCHESTER MODEL 20 JUNIOR TRAP SHOOTING OUTFIT. SN 9945. Cal 410. Bbl 26″ with full choke. The model 20 was a trim small bore shotgun offered 1920-1924. It featured a blued finish with Schnabel forearm and pistol grip stock of standard black walnut. LOP over hard rubber buttplate is 13-1/2″. The gun was also offered in a set known as the Winchester Junior Trap Shooting Outfit and promoted as a family shooting game. The black leatherette case has dimensions of 30″x8-3/4″x6″. Case contains a Winchester midget hand trap and steel 2-piece cleaning rod. 2 oz tube of Winchester gun grease in its green box and in very good condition. Winchester gun oil can with green label in good condition. Winchester rust remover is in its red and green cardboard box and sealed in protective plastic. Case of 100 midget sized clay targets having multi colored label showing family shooting scene has tattered edges on label and contains partial row of targets wrapped for protection. The shotgun shells supplied with the set are marked “410 (12 m/m)” and contained 25 2″ shells with number 8 shot. These shells have a distinctive black label and were available only with the junior trap shooting outfit making them extremely scarce today. Of the 6 boxes assembled for this set, 1) has a very clean label and is sealed with protective plastic covering. It appears to be full of 2″ shells. 2) has age darkened label, is empty and covered with protective plastic. 3) has torn label, feels partially full and covered with protective plastic. 4) has good label with some tattering at corners, is filled with 2-1/2″ shells of mixed 6 and 8 shot. 5) has age darkened label with torn spots and is empty. 6) has clear label with some tattering and is full of 2″ shells that appear to be proper. Paperwork with the set includes: Winchester general instruction booklet, “A Whole New Field of Sport” booklet, use and care booklet and packet of score sheets. CONDITION: The gun has good mechanics and good bright bore. It retains 60-70% fading blue with scattered spots of light pitting. Sound stock and forearm have spots of worn and lifting finish with scattered handling marks. 4-46616 DS60 (5,000-8,000)

Auction: Firearms - Fall 2012
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