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Old November 26, 2000, 02:01 PM   #1
Longtrain
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I have a Winchester 101, 28 Gauge, choked sheet and skeet, Serial Number K229576 - Japan. I believe that it was made in the early 70's, bought it used in the early 90's. It is still a great shooter, bores are bright and clean, externally, very light wear, great wood. With its age, should I be looking for replacement parts? Any recommended sources? Any potential value based on this info? I probably shoot a few hundred rounds of skeet a year.

Thanks for your time and insight,

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