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Pull stock off your model 67 win. The trigger stays in the stock . Lift up on the barrel and action while pulling it toward the end of the stock. To separate them. Next open the bolt , then reach under the action grasp the arched piece of spring steel . Pull down gently on the spring steel retainer while pulling back on the bolt. You can also remove the ejector assembly in the same manner pulling down on it. Assemble in reverse order.

Winchester... | Answered on Jul 03, 2015


you need to push that slide release unless you have pulled the trigger. If you pulled the trigger it will then release the slide. This is there so you don't accidently ejeat an unfired shell

Winchester... | Answered on Jul 22, 2012


Nicknamed, the Perfect Repeater at its introduction, this shotgun se tthe standard for pump action shotguns throughout its fifty one (51) year high rate manufacture and production life. From 1912 until the shotgun was first discontinued by Winchester in 1963, nearly two million Model 12 shotguns were manufactured and produced in various barrel lengths and grades. Initially the M12 was chambered strictly for 20 gauge, however 12 and 16 gauge versions came out in or around 1914, and the 28 gauge version of the Winchester Model 12 came out in 1934. A .410 version was never produced; instead, a stripped down variation of the Model 12, commonly known as the Model 42, was derived directly from scaled drawings of the model 12 and produced instead. The year of manufacture for serial number 787927 is 1939. hope this helps! im pretty sure that this is right. check it out on the web.

Winchester... | Answered on Oct 28, 2011


  • The model 72 was made from 1938-1959, before serial numbers were required in 1968 from the gun control act.

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Winchester... | Answered on Oct 11, 2011


Based on my knowledge i'd say $250-$300 range.

Winchester... | Answered on Sep 04, 2011


1930 where 26,262 were made. http://www.mchenry-sc.org/Engineering/Model_12.htm

Winchester... | Answered on Feb 07, 2011


Nice rifle! It depends on the shape and depth of the dent, but I think you might be able to push it out from the inside. If it's not too deep or cracked, you can try this method:
1. measure the inside diameter of the rod sleeve (called a tubular magazine). Sorry, I don't have one, so I can't tell you exactly what this measurement is.
2. Go to you local hardware store and buy a hardwood dowel rod that is just slightly smaller in diameter than the tube.
3. Round over the end of the dowel slightly with some sandpaper, clean and wipe it down with gun oil.
4. Slide the dowel into the tube until it reaches the dent, and tap it until it begins to pass that point. Don't let it go too far past, or it will be difficult to pull back out. Don't force the dowel into the tube if it doesn't slide freely (up to the point of the dent) or you won't be able to remove it. And don't push it past the point where you can grip it securely.
5. Pull the dowel back out, rotate slightly, and repeat.

But, use your best judgement: If it doesn't look like this method will work based on the shape and depth of the dent, you should take it to a competent gunsmith, and let them sort it out. Assuming that the rest of the rifle is in good condition, you have a classic that's worth repairing. Best of luck!

Winchester... | Answered on Jan 14, 2011


IF anyone has the salution to the above problem, let me know at iiisam_gail@hotmail.com . I have the same problem, but do not know enough about computers to know IF thet is an answer some how connected to this POSTING.

Winchester... | Answered on Nov 25, 2010


I think you might have better luck contacting winchester support or one of the bigger gun stores or even an online gun forum as this isn't quite a spotting scope question ;-]

http://www.winchesterguns.com/customerservice/index.asp

They should be able to tell you if the barrel is available and maybe how much or what dealer has one.

The 1300 was made from 1978 to 2006 so that should narrow down the date at least.

Winchester... | Answered on Nov 06, 2010


was there not a key also? if not then remove the new and start over, if it still wont open refer to your paperwork that came with the unit there is always a number to call for questions.

Winchester... | Answered on Oct 16, 2010


Hi.

Here Marlin 336 owner's manual. At the end you find disassembly, part list and complete take down diagram.

Winchester... | Answered on Sep 01, 2010


i would get a permit to carry a pistol, somthing like a .357 magnum or .480 ruger. if you are allready a pistol owner you could look into sumthing like a .460 or .500 smith and wesson. these are all good bear stoppers. somthing fully auto is illeagal unless you have purchased federal permits. good luck

Winchester... | Answered on Aug 18, 2010

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