I recently saw a WW2 trench gun at the flea market.
I was not sure if pump action shot guns were allowed in the state of Ohio so I did not purchase the gun. I came home and looked it up. Pump action shot guns are allowed in Ohio. So this week I want to go buy and purchase it.
I am at this site once again because you all have shown me that this place is practically a gun encyclopedia.
So here is what I know about it:
It was priced at 130$.
It was made by Winchester... I think.
It has had a stock repair to the handle.
It is old..... lol
It was *supposedly* used in WW2.
I believe it was an internal hammer.
There was no rust.
There was something like a safety by the trigger. I have never operated a pump action before (just a single shot) so I was unable to pump it. I asked for help and the man showed me how to pump the rifle.
It appeared that the shells are ejected out of a hole to the right side.
I did not look at how the gun was loaded.
The action was smooth.
Looked something like this: http://image.absoluteastronomy.com/images/encyclopediaimages/w/wi/winchester_model_1912.jpg
Out of the little bit of info that I have provided, is this possibly a good gun, is 130$ fair and is this a WW2 trench gun?
I am sorry that I could not provide more information.