From its home in Southern Illinois comes this attractive specimen of Winchester’s 1200 series shotguns. This is a Ted Williams model 200 slide action 12 gauge, made for Sears, Roebuck & Company by Winchester Olin in New Haven. From its EN barrel code, and from its letter P prefix serial number on the bottom of the receiver, it was manufactured in May of 1968. Construction is steel barrel, bolt, trigger, shell carrier, magazine tube, and internal parts with a lightweight alloy receiver, and polymer trigger housing. Buttstock and forend are American Walnut with press checkered laterals and Pachmayr Ted Williams original issue recoil pad. Chambering is 12 gauge, 2 3/4 inch shells only, with a fully loaded capacity of 4 + 1 with the original wood plug removed. Barrel is 28 inch with Adjustable Choke, apparatus probably made by Poly-Choke Company. It adjusts from .700 full to .730 cylinder, capable of handling any shot type or size with the proper setting. Sight system is an 11 post, .315 serrated top Ventilated Rib that is .260 above the barrel at the forend cap. It has a brass bead front sight and low red midrib bead. Alloy receiver is more angular than its Winchester 1200 production mates, has a serrated top and is drilled for a Weaver One Piece Scope Base, probably a number 82. Trigger is .250 chrome plated smooth faced, and pulls at its original 5 pound setting with moderate overtravel. Safety is right hand shooter, in front of the trigger. Buttstock length of pull measures 14 inches, with normal 1 1/2 to 2 1/2 inch drop and a 1 inch right hand cant. This is not a youth or southpaw friendly shotgun. Weight empty is 7 pounds 9 ounces, with center of gravity at the breech face, and overall length is 47 3/4 inches. Surface detractions on this shotgun are moderate, with dull toning to the barrel surface, and moderate contact wear to the receiver. Wood finish shows moderate wear, principally on the lower areas of the buttstock. We rate this Ted as Good, perhaps Very Good, 70 percent vicinity by our estimate. Bore, chamber, and mechanism are all bright and clean. We estimate it has been fired between 1000 and 1500 rounds. We’re offering this Nixon Era Ted Williams 200 Winchester for only $ 269.00.
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