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The Winchester Model 37 is a family of break-action single-shot shotguns available for a wide for a variety of shell size and gauge setups. Barrels were also available in a variety of lengths, and adorned with a bead front sight. The blued steel of the barrel and receiver is handsomely complimented by the Model 37’s smooth wood furniture. These guns were produced from 1936 to 1963, with the National Guard using 12-gauge editions during World War II.

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