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Is it possible to tell what year a shotgun was made by the stock?

 
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Old 02-27-2009, 06:32 PM
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Is it possible to tell what year a shotgun was made by the stock?

Here is a pic of the stock that was on the shotgun I got today. I have no idea what year it may be from. My boss said he has had it at least 10 years and it had a previous owner b4 him. Does anyone know how old and what kind of wood it might be?

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Old 02-28-2009, 06:16 PM
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Re: Is it possible to tell what year a shotgun was made by the stock?

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"Here is a pic of the stock that was on the shotgun I got today."
Where is the rest of the gun it kinda reminds me of an old remington
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Old 02-28-2009, 06:23 PM
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Re: Is it possible to tell what year a shotgun was made by the stock?

Its actually between 1970-79 Remington Wingmaster. I converted it to my HS shotgun (I know I know) I didnt know the value or history behind the gun and I really only bought it for the action because I had spare 870 parts.
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Re: Is it possible to tell what year a shotgun was made by the stock?

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Its actually between 1970-79 Remington Wingmaster. I converted it to my HS shotgun (I know I know) I didnt know the value or history behind the gun and I really only bought it for the action because I had spare 870 parts.
Oh well at least i was right about the remington part!
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Old 02-28-2009, 06:27 PM
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Re: Is it possible to tell what year a shotgun was made by the stock?

the wood look like walnut and the gun may be a Wincherster or Remington
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Re: Is it possible to tell what year a shotgun was made by the stock?

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the wood look like walnut and the gun may be a Wincherster or Remington
Your a little late nate sorry!
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Old 02-28-2009, 06:34 PM
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Re: Is it possible to tell what year a shotgun was made by the stock?

I was told the stock is high grade black American walnut and the stock has the Fleur de lis on it and that made it special in some way. The last time a stock was offered like this was on the 100th Anniversary wingmaster. I actually listed the stock on Ebay and actually has a few hits. Ill be happy to just make back the $100 I spent on the shotgun itself. Maybe ill get more which will fund my scope for my 7mag
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