Are 16GA shotguns still made?

Are 16GA shotguns still made?

First, the (sort-of) good news: the 16 gauge shotgun has been dying the same slow death now for about 50 years and it’s not dead yet. It has just made a strategic withdrawal, becoming more of a cult gun and a favorite of smart upland hunters and those willing to load for it.

Can you still buy 16-gauge shotgun?

Affordable, 16-gauge shotguns are available from Savage Arms, Browning (new for 2019 Citori 525 Field, and the A5 Sweet Sixteen Feather Superlight 16-Gauge), TriStar and CZ-USA, among others. There’s no shortage of available used early- to mid-20th Century 16-gauge shotguns.

What kind of shotgun is a Winchester Model 37?

The Winchester Model 37 Single Shot Shotgun is an American firearm. It was in product …Click for more info “Single shot shotgun in popular 20 gauge. Barrel is 28″” choked full. Receiver has some minor flaking; otherwise very good overall condition. Click for more info WINCHESTER MODEL 37 .410GA SINGLE SHOT 28″ (3′ CHAMBER) HAMMER SHOTGUN.

Is the Winchester Model 37 in fair condition?

This is a Winchester Model 37 chambered in 16 Gauge. The wood is in fair condition with numerous scratches and dents on the stock and forearm. The metal is also in fair condition with scratches on the …Click for more info

When did the Winchester Model 370 shotgun come out?

The Winchester Model 370 (M37) Single Shot Shotgun is an American firearm. It was in production from 1936-1963 with 1,015,554 units made. This model was developed by Winchester with a standard visible hammer action for many years.

When was the first Winchester M37 shotgun made?

The first M37 shotguns were delivered on February 10, 1936 according to factory records. Notably M370 shotguns were not serial numbered. The M37 came in two styles, Standard and Boy’s Model (introduced 1958). Modified choke or cylinder bore was furnished at no extra charge on special order only.