Talk:Winchester Model 1912

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Winchester M1912 Field Gun - 12 gauge
Winchester Model 1912 with iron sights, and a bayonet mount under the muzzle - 12 Gauge
Winchester Model 12 Field Gun - 12 gauge

Another Anonymous member plagiarizes Wikipedia

I noticed that a single anonymous member back in May 2009, really dumped a load of excessive info on the summary of the page. A simple google search indicates that most of it is lifted wholesale from Wikipedia's information page on the Winchester M1912. This is a violation of IMFDB rules and is unfortunately typical of the 'drive by' edits done by anonymous members who swoop in, do a bunch of edits that are wrong, and leave never to be heard from again. If you're wondering why I deleted it, this is why. MoviePropMaster2008 23:28, 22 January 2011 (UTC)

Question

I was just wondering if the Winchester came with an 8-round tube like the Remington 870, or is that completely wrong? As much as I know about this weapon I haven't seen it with a modification such as this and was just wondering if it exists.

Rescuers?

Hey how can you tell positively that Mcleach's gun is a 1912 Winchester? --Blaise-n-guns 17:56, 10 February 2011 (UTC)


You won't have to worr about that anymore as the page has been deleted. Unless the guns are drawn good enough, we don't accept cartoons. NOTE: Anime, and a select few cartoon movies are an exception. Take Family Guy for example, we don't have a page as most of the time, a pistol, let's say, is used. Usually it just looks like two rectangles, with a line for a trigger. Call that a 1911, or M9, and I'll call you an idiot (Not really of course) - User:1morey April 16, 2011 9:39 PM (EST)

"Slam-fire" Capability

Is the Model 1912, like the Model 1897, capable of being "slam-fired"? (i.e. Does it have a trigger disconnecter?) MrOshimida27 13:21, 22 April 2011 (CDT)

  • Yes it can be slammed fired just like the 1897. --Jcordell 04:53, 16 July 2011 (CDT)



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