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Revised: 9/21/2016 

Please Note: Great News!! The lot comes with an extra set of barrels which aren’t mentioned in the description. Also accompanied by a factory letter that confirms current configuration.


SN 3837. Cal. 12ga. Factory marked on left bbl 2-3/4″ chambers, 26″ bbls with concave matted rib, Bradley type red front bead, metal center bead. Marked “WINCHESTER – 12 GAUGE” on left bbl side. Factory choke markings “WS-1” “WS-2” on underside of bbls. Winchester proof marks on bbl flats with all other standard markings evident. Beavertail forend with kidney-shaped checkering pattern with “TOURNAMENT SKEET” on floorplate ahead of trigger bow. Winchester address and patent markings as well as proof mark on water table. Winchester sgl selective trigger. This Model 21 has an uncapped pistol grip with fluted comb on a nice figured piece of walnut. Tournament skeet style checkered butt. 14-1/8″ LOP. DAC 1-1/2″, DAH 2-1/4″. Non-automatic safety. PROVENANCE: The Jon Roark Collection. CONDITION: Fine. This Model 21 has had all of its metal work completely restored in an extremely top shelf fashion. Bbls retain all of their reapplied finish. Winchester script on side of left bbl is very light. Bores are bright, shiny and unpitted; no dings or dents. This gun’s receiver has all of its finish with no blue loss. Some areas of receiver show a light plum hue. No blue loss to floorplate, trigger bow, top lever or tang. “TOURNAMENT SKEET” marking is evident yet a touch light. Forend latch assembly and forend iron have 100% blue. Forend is excellent with one small dent on rear portion of bottom checkering edge. Retains all of its finish. Buttstock has perfect fit all around and appears to be orig finish with some dulling in grip area. Very, very, very minor handling marks. Butt checkering remains sharp other than towards very top of comb edge. Top lever is nicely right of center. Gun is tight and operates crisply. A great looking Tournament Skeet with popular dimensions. 50387-23 TJW (3,500-5,500) C&R – Lot 1176

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Auction: Firearms - October 2016
Please Note: All prices include the hammer price plus the buyer’s premium, which is paid by the buyer as part of the purchase price. The prices noted here after the auction are considered unofficial and do not become official until after the 46th day.