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    Presentation 12 Gauge Winchester Model 101 Over and Under Shotgun presented to Warren Page. Serial no. 54634. 12 gauge. 28-inch barrels with matted ventilated rib. Blued action with bold floral engraving. Ejectors. Single selective trigger. Checkered pistolgrip stock of straight grain walnut. Nickel gripcap marked: Winchester - Western Warren Page 1963 Seminar Nilo. Maker's plastic buttplate. Checkered enlarged fore-end. Data: Bore Diameters: 0.734/0.732 inches. Chokes: 0.038 inches (Full), 0.016 inches (Modified). Chambers: 2 ¾ inches. Stock Dimensions. Pull: 14 inches. Drop at comb: 1 ½ inches. Drop at heel: 2 ½ inches. Weight: 7 pounds, 12 ounces.
    Condition: Very Good. Barrel shows 98% bluing. Bright bores. Action and triggerguard shows 98% bluing. Stock shows peeling varnish on top of stock and extensive crazing. Stock shows a number of nicks and marks. Fore-end shows losses to the finish on top edges and the bottom.

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    December, 2012
    9th Sunday
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