The Winchester Model 21 is a Double-barreled shotgun that was produced from 1931 to the 1970s with production continuing under license to Connecticut Shotgun Manfacturing Company.

It is not semi-automatic or pump-action. It is loaded manually by lifting up the barrel and loading the shells at the breech. The model 21 came in 12, 16, 20, 28, and .410 gauge.

Total production reached over 30,000. Although it was technically a factory made gun, each one was custom made to fit each customer's needs. Some were very plain, while others were elaborately engraved and stocked with exquisitely figured walnut.

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