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  1. Winchester Model 37 - 16 Gauge

    This shot is meant to detail the overall shape of the cocking mechanism.
  2. Winchester Model 37 - 16 Gauge

    Older Model 37 is to the left. Note the difference in butt plates. The older gun has the round Winchester trademark.
  3. Winchester Model 37 - 16 Gauge

    Newer model 37 showing the "2 3/4 CHAM".
  4. Winchester Model 37 - 16 Gauge

    Near the breech on the older gun there is "2 3/4" tooled into the barrel. On the newr gun it reads "2 3/4 CHAM"
  5. Winchester Model 37 - 16 Gauge

    On the newer model 37 it does not indicate that it is a full choke. It just has "Choke" tooled into the barrel a little further out of this shot.
  6. Winchester Model 37 - 16 Gauge

    Older gun does in fact read "full" choke.
  7. Winchester Model 37 - 16 Gauge

    Older gun to the left. Note the scooped out "rear site". Newer gun does not have this detail.
  8. Winchester Model 37 - 16 Gauge

    This photo shows the difference in cocking levers. One curves up the other down. The older gun is on the bottom.
  9. Winchester Model 37 - 16 Gauge

    What I believe to be a 1937 M37 is on the bottom. Note that it has "Winchester" tooled into it. The newer gun does not.
  10. Winchester .308

    Ok , so this isn't exactly a photo of my rifle but it is the same model and caliber, no scope ,iron sites
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