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They're not terribly strong actions, since so much metal's been removed, so I think it's just the under-handle emergency lug that provides locking. No duck magnums, but they handle field loads fine.

The 12ga are rarer than the 16, 20, and smaller gauges.

Basically the Germans were forbidden by Versailles to make rifles, had piles of Mauser actions, and made shotguns to keep the factories running. GEHA and REMO are the two companies that sold 'em.

Value depends on quality, they average about $150 for the military-stock plain ones, but the engraved and custom-stocked ones can top $400.
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