My grandfather passed away back in 1999, but was an avid gun collector/shooter. His collection has sat in his safe at my grandmother's house pretty much untouched (except when shot once a year when either myself, father, or uncles go visit), but recently my father and I were discussing the collection. This collection is about 70 guns deep with probably about 15-20 pistols, 40-45 rifles, and about 5-8 shotguns. We (my 2 uncles, father, and myself) agreed we would all get one of the guns, and any additional ones we would have to pay for. The gun originally supposed to be mine is a Winchester Model 62A .22 pump, which was the first gun I learned to shoot at 6. This is still my gun, because it was always my favorite growing up, but seeing as how I'm the only grandson, I know my grandmother would let me take another if I wanted. Really only one of my uncles made a deal about paying for additional ones. I had been thinking I would take a shotgun, since I recently started going dove/duck hunting with friends. Long story short, the shotguns he has are Winchester Model 24, Model 12, Model 120 Ranger, and Model 101 XTR and a Remington Model 17 (20 gauge). Out of those, which would you choose and which have you heard good/bad things about. Anyone have any ideas how much those are worth. And the Model 62A...I know that is a fairly collectible gun and it is in very, very good condition. My grandfather always took extreme care with his firearms. We believe it is the pre-war Model 62A with the small grip. Any help would be appreciated. Cliffs: Pick one and why: Winchester Model 24, Model 12, Model 120 Ranger, Model 101 XTR or Remington Model 17.