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    Model 12 Action Slide

    I have a model 12 Winchester 12ga. with a serial no.indicating 1948 mfr. I'm converting to a WWII Trench Gun that needs an 18 groove forend but I'm uncertain what type action slide I have. I think the slide on my gun is is a Type Two - but I'd like to confirm before buying the forend.

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    Thanks very much.
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