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The Winchester Model 97, or Model 1897, is a family of external-hammer pump-action shotguns available in 12- or 16-gauge. More than a million of these shotguns were built from 1897 through 1957. A wide variety of barrel lengths were produced, ranging from 20” to 36” in length with a bead front sight. The Model 97 was so effective during World War I that the German government filed formal protests against its use, though it continued to be used by Allied Forces into World War II.

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