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Old 07-01-2012, 03:09 AM   #1
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Maybe its not a mystery to you, but it is sure to me. I cant find any info on this gun. Ok here are the specs: US Repeating arms co. (aka winchester) that much I know. Its model # is 200, its a 12 gauge shotgun.
Now when I google it, it comes up as a winchester 1200 or a Sears 200. Either of these guns may perform similiar, but does not look the same. I just want to know what year they made these guns, and if I can still get parts for it as well. Can anyone tell me something about this shotty. Ty

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pics would help...
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I will post detailed pics tomorrow.

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Please do!! I'm interested in seeing this bad boy.

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Maybe its not a mystery to you, but it is sure to me. I cant find any info on this gun. Ok here are the specs: US Repeating arms co. (aka winchester) that much I know. Its model # is 200, its a 12 gauge shotgun.
Now when I google it, it comes up as a winchester 1200 or a Sears 200. Either of these guns may perform similiar, but does not look the same. I just want to know what year they made these guns, and if I can still get parts for it as well. Can anyone tell me something about this shotty. Ty
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Need better pics, but I THINK what you have is a Winchester (USRA) 1200, built for Sears in their Ted Williams line as a Mdl 200.

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Need better pics, but I THINK what you have is a Winchester (USRA) 1200, built for Sears in their Ted Williams line as a Mdl 200.
It almost looks like they might have x'd out the Ted Williams part of the stamping in the picture. I saw one like that for sale on gun exchange the seller said according to his research they did that when sears cut the contract short. No date was listed d.
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I think your right about the ted williams and the 1200. That is what was popping up on a goog search. If anything it looks more like the 1200. I purchased this gun through a dealer yesterday. The dealer thought it ti be about 25 years of age but was not sure. The only info i found was they closed the factory in 2006 new haven, con.

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