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    Anyone with knowledge of the winchester 370 please school me. I found a 12 ga local for $125 out the door in very nice condition and I am thinking about buying it. The only real experience I have had with single shots was the first year or so learning to hunt.

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    If it wasn't Sunday, I'd say turn yer 'puter off and go buy the damn thing.....in decent shape, almost any splattergun is worth $125. that ones prolly better than most

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    Good shotgun and a really good price. You will like it. Buy it and a box of low brass shells and go have a little fun!

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    Would be a good working gun. The older Winchester 37 was a better made piece, the 370 was more stamp/ cast parts- like most newer model guns.
    It is still good, pretty comparable to the H&R and Savage/ Stevens guns.
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    Are the savage guns better? I found one of those as well but was not sure about the action, the hammer seemed a little soft on the strike.

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    Buy 'em both, resell your least favorite for a profit, if necessary. Win-win

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