Winchester Model 24 Side-by-Side 16-Gauge Shotgun, 26″ Barrels

Winchester Model 24 Side-by-Side 16-Gauge Shotgun, 26″ Barrels

Up for sale is a vintage Winchester Model 24 Field Grade Side-by-Side Shotgun. Chambered in 16-Gauge 2-3/4″ shells with 26″ Barrels. This double-barrel shotgun shows even where throughout. The metalwork retains above 50% of the original bluing, with most of the wear on the high points. The wood forend and stock are smooth and without checkering; they show even wear, scarring, and dings throughout but no significant damage or breaks. Please note; the barrel has a few areas with denting, two of which can be seen from the inside of the bore. These dents are approximately 1/4 inch in length, 2.3″ and 6.2″ from the muzzle. The bore of both barrels is bright and shiny, with some fouling near the chamber on the left-hand side.

  • Manufacturer: Winchester Repeating Arms Co.
  • Model: 24 Field Grade
  • Year of Manufacture: 1946
  • Caliber: 16-Gauge
  • Capacity: 2
  • Action Type: Break-Action, Side by Side

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$512.00

Out of stock

  • Remember:  Parts may require fitting by a trained gunsmith.
  • When purchasing a firearm online:  please get in touch with your local FFL dealer and MAKE SURE they know you will have a gun shipped to them. Failure to do so may incur more fees, hassle, and time. The buyer is responsible for having the firearm purchased to be inspected by a certified or accredited gunsmith for safety.
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