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what is the value of a remington, model 12, 16 gauge pump shotgun

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what is the value of a remington, model 12, 16 gauge pump shotgun ?
Submitted: 5 years ago.
Category: Firearms
Expert:  ProShooter replied 5 years ago.
Good afternoon,

A Remington model 12 is a rifle, not a shotgun. Are you sure of the model number, or do you have a Winchester model 12?
Customer: replied 5 years ago.
You are right. It is a Winchester.
Expert:  ProShooter replied 5 years ago.
Ok, very good!

Current Blue Book value for your gun is listed below. Retail prices may be 20-30% higher:


- 12 (introduced 1914), 16 (introduced 1914), 20 (initial ga., mfg. 1912, 2 1/2 in. chamber mfg. until 1927), or 28 (introduced 1937) ga., 25 (20 ga. only, mfg. 1912-14), 26, 28, 30, or 32 in. standard, nickel, or stainless steel (scarce) barrel with or without rib (matted, solid, or VR), 2 9/16 (early 16 or 20 ga., until 1927, at ser. no. 464,565), 2 3/4 (became standard 1927) or 3 in. chamber, 6 shot, blue metal, various chokes, hammerless, plain pistol grip or straight walnut stock and forearm, marked Model 1912 from 1912-1919, approx. ser. no. 172,000. 14 in. LOP was original standard, then changed to 14 1/2 in. circa 1930. Mfg. 1912-1976.

16 ga.$900$725$600$475$375$300$275

Subtract 50% if with non-factory Cutts compensator (has choke marked on barrel).

Add 25% for factory installed Cutts compensator (no choke marking on barrel).
Add 20% for 32 in. barrel.
Add 40% for original box with papers.
The following add-ons DO NOT apply to 28 ga. values.
Add 20%-40% for Win. solid rib, depending on original condition.
Add 50%-60% for Win. milled VR.
Add 25%-50% for "Deluxe Field Grade" with fancy checkered wood, depending on condition.
Add 10% for pre-WWII mfg.
Add 60% for each extra barrel(s).
Add 40%-50% for Win. special VR (offset barrel proofmark).
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