Wingshooters and shotgun enthusiasts around the world can agree the Winchester 101 Field Over & Under Shotgun is one of the hardest-working over/under shotguns around. Staying true to our love of fine shotguns (and great values), Cabela’s proudly offers this exclusive version of the American-designed, Belgian-made classic at a no-frills price. The oil-finished walnut stock and forend have an exclusive shape and checkering, along with subdued receiver engraving. These features blend together for a vintage, 101 game-gun look and feel. Single trigger with tang safety/selector. Includes improved cylinder, modified and full choke tubes. 12 ga. Barrel length: 28". Length of pull: 14-1⁄4". Wt: 7.2 lbs. Chamber: 3".
The stock on the Winchester 101 Field Over & Under Shotgun, Item # IK-291370, can be cared for with Linseed, Tung, or Mineral oils. Also there are wood stock treatments and preservative products available from many manufacturers.
The Winchester® 101 Field Over/Under Shotgun, item # IK-291370, does not have any specific warranty. If a firearm purchased from Cabela's is defective when purchased, contact the retail store it was purchased from to receive instructions about how to return the firearm or have it repaired.
There are several different kinds and brands of pre-fit recoil pads that will work with the Winchester 101 Field Over/Under Shotgun, Item: IK-291370. The most commonly used style would be a slip on recoil pad as they will provide the simplest installation. To know which recoil pads will fit this shotgun you will need to measure the butt plate and compare that against the sizing charts for the recoil pads we currently offer.
Yes. The Field model 101 I recently purchased from Cabelas) has the Invector Plus shoke system. Three chokes included - Two installed, and another new in the tube. Full on top, modified on the bottom, and an I/C included for your consideration. For breaking clays with a 28" barrel, I left the stock configuration alone, and am very plkeased with the results.
Country: United States
State: New Jersey
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Besides the grade of walnut stock, what are the main differences between the 101 and the select 101?