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Desirable World War II Combat Shotguns
  side of the receiver is stamped “MOD. 520-30”, and it has the correct “P/Ordnance Bomb” proof on the barrel and right front
edge of the receiver. It has an all blue finish with smooth forearm and pistol grip stock with a black plastic buttplate. The stock
and bayonet lug are correctly fitted with sling swivels. Length of pull is 14 inches.
CONDITION: Excellent with 97% plus original blue finish overall showing only minor edge and cycling wear. The stock and pump handle are also in excellent condition showing only minor handling marks. There is a hairline crack on the buttplate either side of the bottom screw. Mechanically excellent. This is one of the finest conditioned Stevens Model 520 Trench Shotgun’s RIAC has ever offered at auction!
Estimate: 8,500 - 11,000
 LOT 1595
Exceptional and Highly Desirable World War II Stevens Model 520-30 Trench Shotgun - Serial no. 60710,
12 gauge, 20 inch round bbl., blue finish, walnut stock. This is an excellent example of a very desirable WWII U.S. Army contract Stevens Model 520-30 trench shotgun with the correct bayonet lug adapter and ventilated handguard. The right side of the barrel has the three-line address
along with “P/Ordnance Bomb” at the breech with the three-line Stevens Company address. The left side has the two-line gauge markings of: “PROOF TESTED-12 GAUGE/-2 3/4 INCH CHAMBER-”. Choke gauges at cylinder. The left
LOT 1596
World War II U.S. Marked Winchester Model 12 Slide Action Trench Shotgun - Serial no. 1033933, 12 gauge, 20 7/8 inch round bbl., teflon finish, walnut stock. Manufactured in 1943. Single steel bead sight on the four-hole heat shield/bayonet adapter, 2 3/4 inch chamber, and a cylinder choke. The top of the barrel is marked with the “flaming
bomb” proof followed by the Winchester oval “WP” proof at the breech. The right side of the receiver is marked with the “U.S. flaming bomb” roll mark. “JEFFERSON/TOWNSHIP/POLICE” has been electro-penciled into the underside of the magazine collar; no information on this marking was provided, and research shows a Jefferson Township in both New Jersey and
Ohio. The metal components have been finished in a tenifer-style semi-gloss overcoat, including the interior of the receiver and part of the bore. Ribbed forearm and smooth pistol grip stock, with “G.H.D./flaming bomb” proofs on the left side of the buttstock, tan canvas Nobuckl sling, checkered buttplate and a 14 inch length of pull.
CONDITION: Very fine, with 85% of the semi-gloss teflon refurbished finish, showing mild scuffs and scratches overall, a few spots of exposed brown steel on the receiver, and bright wear on some of the bearing surfaces. The reoiled stock is fine, with a number of scuffs and dents, an undersized buttplate, and minor chipping at the toe. Mechanically excellent.
Estimate: 5,500 - 8,500

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