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Smith & Wesson's Model 1000

Products for the avid waterfowler.

Many long time waterfowlers will remember Smith & Wesson's Model 1000 waterfowl gun from the '70s. Smith & Wesson now returns to the shotgun business with their new Turkish-made 1000-Series semi-autos that features the 1012 Super chambered for 31⁄2-inch magnums. With chrome-lined bores, five choke tubes and a shim kit to adjust the stock for drop and cast, this is an excellent, yet not too pricy semi-auto. The S&W Silver Elite over/under is made in Turkey in the choice of 26-, 28- and 30-inch barrels with screw-in chokes. S&W's 20-gauge Gold Elite side-by-side shares the true bone and charcoal hardening and the lifetime, Heirloom Warranty with the Silver Elite. These are just a few of the many options available from Smith & Wesson.

Contact: Smith & Wesson, Dept. WF; (800) 331-0852; www.smith-wesson.com.


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