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Fox Skeet and Upland Game 12 bore SxS

Fox Skeet and Upland Game 12 bore SxS

I bet we would have liked Charles Davis. A dog breeder and grouse hunter, Mr Davis created “Shooting Around the Clock” back in 1920s to improve his shotgun skills and kill time between hunting seasons. By the ’30s, this game had evolved into Skeet and become the hottest shooting sport in the country. It had also become a sales opportunity many gunmakers were aiming to take advantage of.

The Sterlingworth Skeet and Upland Game Gun, was the SxS the A.H. Fox Co. made to target this new market. This model debut in company’s 1935 catalog. Here’s some info about these shotguns from the AH Fox Collectors Association website:

Fox Skeet and Upland Game 12 bore SxS

Fox Skeet and Upland Game 12 bore SxS

To meet the demand for a moderately priced skeet and upland game double gun we have produced the famous Fox-Sterlingworth gun in this new straight grip model with 26″ barrels bored: right skeet, cylinder, left quarter choke. This is a standard stock model possessing the features of skeet boring and stock design heretofore available only in custom-built guns

  • Barrels– Fluid compressed steel, 26″ length bored right skeet cylinder and left quarter choke
  • Action– Two trigger, extractor type
  • Stock– American walnut straight grip, length 14″, drop at comb 1 1/2″, drop at heel 2 1/2″
  • Engraving– Ornamented with line engraving on frame and guard
  • Weight– 12 gauge about 7 lbs, 16 gauge about 6 lbs, 20 gauge about 5 3/4 lbs

The following extras are furnished to order: Automatic ejectors, Fox-Kautzky Selective single trigger, Beavertail forend, recoil pad, Ivory sights

Of course, the one you see here is for sale. Here’s the listing for it from Gunsinternational.com:

Fox Skeet and Upland Game 12 bore SxSVery nice, scare Fox Upland Skeet model Sterlingworth Utica, NY manufacture. 12 bore with .005 & .012 chokes in the original 26″ barrels. Bright shiny bores. 2 3/4″ chambers. Solid rib with ivory front and center bead. Extractor & double triggers. Case color in the protected areas with the balance of the receiver faded bright.  Very nice original straight grip butt stock and semi beavertail for end. Good checking and finish and less than normal nicks and dings. 14 1/4″ LOP 1 1/2″ DAC and 2 1/8″ DAH. Lever falls to the center and has a tight lock up and is on face. Excellent original blue on the barrels and trigger guard showing only a few scattered freckles.
?matching numbers.  An excellent scarce Fox for the shooter or collector. Price: $2,350

BERETTA - Model BL-3 - 28ga, 28" M/F - Single Selective Trigger - RARE - 1971

BERETTA – Model BL-3 – 28ga, 28″ M/F – Single Selective Trigger – RARE – 1971

Here’s a great excuse to get a another double. This Beretta BL-3 is an awesome OU and just about perfect as-is for grouse and woodcock.

The Garcia Corporation imported Beretta BLs in the ’60s & ’70s. Personally, I think they’re better over-unders than the 686s and other boxlock models Beretta built afterwards.

For a long time, Beretta BLs were under appreciated. That’s not the case any longer. So if you like what you see, get on it now. This little 28 gauge won’t be on the market long.

BERETTA – Model BL-3 – 28ga, 28″ M/F – Single Selective Trigger – RARE – 1971: Vent Rib, Extractors, Single Selective Trigger, LOP 14-3/8″, Drop 1-1/2″ to 2-1/4″, Weight 5 lbs. 15 oz. Price: $1975 

BERETTA - Model BL-3 - 28ga, 28" M/F - Single Selective Trigger - RARE - 1971

BERETTA – Model BL-3 – 28ga, 28″ M/F – Single Selective Trigger – RARE – 1971

BERETTA - Model BL-3 - 28ga, 28" M/F - Single Selective Trigger - RARE - 1971

BERETTA – Model BL-3 – 28ga, 28″ M/F – Single Selective Trigger – RARE – 1971

 

Holland & Holland Royal .577 Side-by-Side Double Rifle

Holland & Holland Royal .577 Side-by-Side Double Rifle

Holland & Holland Royal .577 Nitro Express Side-by-Side Double RifleCased. Hensoldt-Wetzlar Diasta 4×32 scope. Price: $124,500 
Serial Number: 35242
Caliber: 577
Ejectors: Yes
Barrels: 23 inches
Action: RE
Triggers: Double Triggers
Stock Comb: 1 5/8 inches
Stock Heel: 3 1/8 inches
Fore End: Splinter
Butt Pad: 7/8 inches
LOP: 14 1/4 inches
Weight: 12 lbs. 5 ounces

William Young, Bury St Edmunds, S’folk. Exceptional 19-bore double barreled flintlock sporting gun, ca. 1815

William Young, Bury St Edmunds, S’folk. Exceptional 19-bore double barreled flintlock sporting gun, ca. 1815

William Young, Bury St Edmunds, S’folk. Exceptional 19-bore double barreled flintlock sporting gun, ca. 1815: Weight: 5 Lbs. 15 oz.  Superb 30” Damascus barrels retaining much of an original brown finish have excellent bores which appear to be unaltered from their original boring. Stepped-in breeches with platinum touch hole liners retain much of the original hardening color and show little evidence of use. One of the gold breech poincon is a replacement. Extremely fine locks show little use and feather springs retain traces of the original fire blue from being “drawn” after tempering. Stock shows lots of minor handling marks but retains virtually all of the original varnish. Original ramrod. Overall in beautiful , little used, condition retaining a fair amount of original finish throughout and in superb mechanical condition. Extremely fast ignition comparable in lock time to the best British maker’s of the day. This gun (each barrel) will still place 37% of a 1 oz. load of #6 shot on a 22”x 32” sheet of paper at 43 yds. using 2 ¼ drams of Goex fffg powder (1100 ft/sec). Compare that performance with your favorite modern sporting gun ….. you might be surprised at the results! These late British flintlock-era double guns are quite rare in this condition and you would be hard pressed to find a better example. Price: POR

John Blanch Sidelock SxS Shotgun with Stunning nitro proofed Damascus and Woodward snap action style forward under lever:

John Blanch Sidelock SxS Shotgun with Stunning nitro proofed Damascus and Woodward snap action style forward under lever:

John Blanch Sidelock SxS Shotgun with Stunning nitro proofed Damascus and Woodward snap action style forward under lever:This high grade English sidelock is just plain elegant and beautiful. Look at the pictures and see the stunning Damascus pattern and the wonderful wood, engraving, and fences, and I am sure you will agree. The nitro proofed bores are totally shiny and clean with no pitting. The Balance is perfect. I hunt with a forward underlever and find them very ergonomic. I probably will never go back to a top lever gun I like these guns so much. Price: $4,800
Serial Number: 5263
Ejectors: No
Barrels: 28
Barrel Type: Damascus
Action: Sidelock
Gauge: 12 gauge
Stock Comb: 1 1/2
Stock Heel: 2
Stock Cast: 3/16
LOP: 14 3/4″ to heel and
Weight: 6 lbs. 8 oz.
Choke Left: .034 full
Choke Right: Cylinder
Proof:Nitro: 2 1/2″ nitro
Minimum Wall Thickness Left: .025
Minimum Wall Thickness Right: .021

BERETTA - SO2 - 28" Bbls - Double Triggers - Solid Vintage SidelocK OU

BERETTA – SO2 – 28″ Bbls – Double Triggers – Solid Vintage SidelocK OU

BERETTA – SO2 – 28″ Bbls – Double Triggers – Solid Vintage SidelocK OU: 12ga, 2-3/4″, 27-1/2″ IC / LM (.007 / .012) Boehler Steel Bbls, Ejectors, Double Triggers, Prince of Wales Grip, LOP 14-1/2″ Drop 1-1/2″ to 2-7/16″, Weight 6 lbs. 15 oz. A wooden spacer and Beretta butt plate have been fitted to extend the stock. The stock has NOT been cut. Very nice work. The stock is 13-7/8″ without the extension. So, remove the extension and add a pad and the stock will go almost 15″ with a standard 1″ pad. Excellent Condition. The stocks have been refinished. The barrels appear to be original. Price: $3550 

CHARLES DALY M-500 SXS 12 GA 2 3/4″ SxS Shotgun28″ bbls, bright shiny smooth bores, fixed FULL/MOD chokes, blued finish, very nice checkered grip stock and forearm, double trigger, LOP (front trigger) – 14″, DAC – 1 3/4″, and DAH – 2 3/4″. This shotgun is in excellent condition. Price: $699

CHARLES DALY M-500 SXS 12 GA 2 3/4" SxS Shotgu

CHARLES DALY M-500 SXS 12 GA 2 3/4″ SxS Shotgu

P. Mullin New York SxS 8 Gauge Hammer Shotgun

P. Mullin New York SxS 8 Gauge Hammer Shotgun

Here’s a tough shotgun to find. It’s an 8 gauge waterfowler by an American “maker” named Patrick Mullin, and it’s on a Henry-Jones Patent action. It was probably built in 1870s.

In its day, this big-bore shotgun was far too expensive to be used by a commercial hunter as a “market gun”. Instead, a wealthy sportsman would have specially ordered it and used it in marshes, shorelines and flyways to pass shoot waterfowl at long ranges (80+ yards) and knock down big birds like geese and swans.

P. Mullin New York SxS 8 Gauge Hammer Shotgun

P. Mullin New York SxS 8 Gauge Hammer Shotgun

Patrick Mullin made guns in New York City from around 1850-1870. He was born in Donegal, Ireland, in 1814 and trained in Dublin and London before moving to the U.S.

On his death in 1895, the New York Times published his obituary and wrote “He turned out guns of his own handiwork that were unsurpassed in excellence.” Here’s a Mullin 8 bore muzzeloader that shows just how beautiful his work could be.

But while we know who Mullin was, the mysterious part of his legacy is just how much of his guns he actually built. On this 8 gauge,  I’m calling Mullin the “maker” because he didn’t make that much of it. Even though his name is on the locks and barrels, all of those, plus the action and leverwork, came from the UK. Mullin may have stocked the gun and finished it off. But that’s it.

Regardless, though, it’s beautifully made. Too bad it isn’t in better shape like the one you see here.

P. Mullin New York SxS 8 Gauge Hammer Shotgun

8 gauge Mullin shotgun, top-quality British locks

8 gauge Mullin shotgun, top-quality British locks

8 gauge Mullin shotgun, first-rate inletting for locks

8 gauge Mullin shotgun, first-rate inletting for locks

Stock Dimensions 13 3/4″ LOP
Status available
Metal Condition Fair, Finish Wear Nicks and Scratches, Areas of Light Corrosion
Trigger Double Triggers, Side Hammers
Gun Library LaVista, NE
Barrel 38 1/2″
Fore End Checkered
Butt Metal Butt Plate
Sights Single Gold Bead
Wood Condition Stock is Fair, Small Nicks, Scratches and Dents and Large Split Left Side
Weight 14 Lbs 12 ozs
New England Bird Dog Club, August, 2017, field trial

New England Bird Dog Club, August, 2017, field trial

Field Trials are great places to see other dogs and meet other dog folks. The New England Bird Dog Club held their August field trial a few weeks ago and plenty of both were there.

I ran Lexi and Sky, but we didn’t have any luck.

Lexi ran twice, but on her first try she broke on the flush. On her second run, she failed to honor. Those offenses got her disqualified.

Sky ran well and found a bunch of birds. Unfortunately, other dogs dig a better job overall than – so no ribbons for her.

Waiting their turn

Waiting their turn

As handsome as it gets

As handsome as it gets

Lexi, staked out on a chain gang

Lexi, staked out on a chain gang

My rig, waiting to go

My rig, waiting to go

Pointer power

Pointer power

Best part of the day

Best part of the day

Now that's noble

Now that’s noble

Resting after his run

Resting after his run

Cool-down station on the course

Cool-down station on the course

The view from the field trial area

The view from the field trial area

Out of the way!

Out of the way!

Hold on. Grouse season and autumn are getting closer every day…

Fall 2013 Season Preview

Just a few weeks away

Fall's almost here

Fall’s almost here

Fall's almost here

Fall’s almost here

12 gauge Winchester, Model 21, Side-by-Side early

12 gauge Winchester, Model 21, Side-by-Side early

Here’s a classic American double at a fair price. The Winchester’s Model 21 wasn’t the most popular double ever made in US, but it was one of the most rugged.

To me, early ones like this are sort of like early F150s – rugged, no frills, and handsome in their own way (like an American Water Spaniel).

12 gauge Winchester, Model 21, Side-by-Side early: Double barreled shotgun,   Model 21,   12 gauge,   s/n 1504 (Mfg. 1933),

12 gauge Winchester, Model 21, Side-by-Side early

12 gauge Winchester, Model 21, Side-by-Side early

RECEIVER:  double triggers,   extractors,   bright original blue exhibiting scattered areas of tarnish,   trigger guard and top tang more heavily tarninshed than main receiver,   clear sharp markings on water table,   mechanically fine,

BARRELS:   DESIRABLE 28″ LENGTH,   CHOKED IMPROVED CYLINDER AND MODIFIED,    raised hand filed tapered rib,   EXCELLENT BRIGHT BORES EXHIBITING NO PITTING,    clear sharp markings,   original blue exhibiting scattered light tarnish in various areas with an area of light to moderate pitting on outside of right barrel forward of breach,

STOCK:    pistol grip buttstock retains original finish with virtually no handling marks,   perfect sharp checkering exhibiting no wear,   forearm also retains original finish again with no handling marks and excellent sharp checkering,   LOP 14 1/4″ over factory composite buttplate,   DAC 1 1/2″,   DAH 2 1/2″,

THIS GUN CLOSES LIKE THE PROVERBIAL FIRST NATIONAL BANK SAFE,  IT IS AN ATTIC FIND THAT HAS BEEN USED VERY LITTLE OVER THE YEARS AS EVIDENCED BY THE CONDITION OF THE BORES AND THE LIGHT WEAR MARKS ON THE STANDING BREACH, BUTTSTOCK. AND FOREARM,

THE METAL ON THE BARRELS, TOP TANG, AND TRIGGER GUARD UNFORTUNATELY DIDN’T FARE AS WELL IN STORAGE AS DID THE WOOD EVIDENTLY DUE TO BEING STORED FOR MANY YEARS WITHOUT A PROTECTIVE COATING.

GUN COULD BE USED “AS IS” OR COULD HAVE THE METAL PROFESSIONALLY REFINISHED TO BE A NEAR PERFECT EXAMPLE OF AN EARLY (3RD YEAR) PRODUCTION MODEL 21,

GUN IN “AS IS” CONDITON WOULD MAKE A FINE USING FIELD GUN,  HOWEVER, IT IS PRICED WELL BELOW MARKET VALUE TO GIVE PURCHASER PLENTY OF ROOM TO HAVE METAL REDONE AND STILL BE IN THE GUN AT A GOOD PRICE IF SO DESIRED.

Shrunken head or slimey old tennis ball? I didn't pick it up to find out.

Shrunken head or slimy old tennis ball? I didn’t pick it up to find out.

You’ve heard of Pointing Labs. Well, I my dog Sky could be the foundation for a similar line of hunting dogs: Retrieving Pointers.

Sky’s nuts about anything round and mouth size: Tennis balls, lacrosse balls, slimy round things that may be shrunken heads. She finds these things on our daily walks and if I throw them, she brings them back–whether I want her to or not–over and over and over…and over.

I’ll be taking orders for pups soon. Like Pointing Labs, the prices will be stupid high. And yes, I’m kidding…

Here’s Sky’s growing collection of balls.

 

A. H. FOX “DE” 12 GAUGE 30″ DOUBLE TRIGGER SIDE-BY-SIDE – ***RARE***F/F CHOKES – DOUBLE TRIGGER – CIRCA 1920 ****RARE****RARE****RARE***. Price: $24,995

A. H. FOX "DE" 12 GAUGE 30" DOUBLE TRIGGER SIDE-BY-SIDE - ***RARE***

A. H. FOX “DE” 12 GAUGE 30″ DOUBLE TRIGGER SIDE-BY-SIDE – ***RARE***

Stock Comb: 1 9/16″
Stock Heel: 2 5/8″
Stock Cast: NONE
Fore End: SPLINTER
Butt Pad: FOX FACTORY
LOP: 14 1/4″ FRONT TRIGGER
Rib: RAISED SOLID
Finish: ORIGINAL
Weight: 7 LBS 4 OZS
Manufacture Date: 1920
Chokes: FIXED
Choke Left: .045
Choke Right: .047

PIOTTI BSEE - 16 GAUGE - SPECIAL KING I ENGRAVING PATTERN - 29" BARRELS

PIOTTI BSEE – 16 GAUGE – SPECIAL KING I ENGRAVING PATTERN – 29″ BARRELS

PIOTTI BSEE – 16 GAUGE – SPECIAL KING I ENGRAVING PATTERN – 29″ BARRELS: Granetti Engraved in a Special King I Pattern. Highly figured wood. Mint condition. Scalloped action. Hand filed slighly concave rib. Ejectors. Non-auto safety. Leather covered recoil pad. Bores at .670 with chokes at 7/1000 (IC) and 20/1000 (Imp Mod). “BS” proof date. Weight of gun is 6 LBS 11 1/2 OZ. Shipping and insurance is $75. Stock dimensions follow. LOP – 14 7/8″, Drop at Comb – 1 3/8″, Drop at Heel – 2 1/8″. Price: $13,750 

 

A.H. FOX CE PHILADELPHIA 12 GAUGE SXS DOUBLE BARREL SHOTGUN30″ MOD AND FULL 2 1/2″ CHAMBERS DOUBLE TRIGGER EJECTORS SPLINTER FOREARM PISTOL GRIP VERY HIGH ORIGINAL CONDITION WITH ALMOST ALL OF THE CASE COLORS WITH LIGHT MARKS IN THE WOOD. 7 LBS, 11 0Z X 3″ X 2″ X 14 1/4″.  Price: $9,950

A.H. FOX CE PHILADELPHIA 12 GAUGE SXS DOUBLE BARREL SHOTGUN

A.H. FOX CE PHILADELPHIA 12 GAUGE SXS DOUBLE BARREL SHOTGUN

Parker VH 20 Gauge 26” Barrels Pistol Grip Stock Splinter Forearm:

Parker VH 20 Gauge 26” Barrels Pistol Grip Stock Splinter Forearm:

 

Parker VH 20 Gauge 26” Barrels Pistol Grip Stock Splinter Forearm: 26” barrels with 2 ¾” chambers and choke constrictions that measure .023 right and .023 left. The bores are clean and shiny and measure .677 right and .676 left. The barrels have been reblued, retain 98% of their finish and have a single silver bead. The rib is marked PARKER BROS, MAKERS. MERIDEN, CONN. VULCAN STEEL. The #0 frame has 50% original case coloring. The trigger guard has been reblued and retains 95% finish. Double triggers, extractors automatic safety. The forearm is original and retains 95% original finish with some scratches. The pistol grip stock has been refinished, retains 98% finish and the length of pull is 13 7/8” to the front trigger. It is finished off with a metal grip cap and a Parker hard rubber butt plate. Drop at comb: 1 3/4”, drop at heel: 3 1/8”, weight: 6.2 lbs. Price: $6500 

ZOLI & RIZZINI –BOXLOCK, SxS - IMPORTED BY ABERCROMBIE & FITCH - 28 GAUGE

ZOLI & RIZZINI –BOXLOCK, SxS – IMPORTED BY ABERCROMBIE & FITCH – 28 GAUGE

ZOLI & RIZZINI –BOXLOCK, SxS – IMPORTED BY ABERCROMBIE & FITCH – 28 GAUGE: ARCHED BACK BOXLOCK EXTRACTOR S X S – 26” MOD/FULL. – BALL GRIP STOCK LOP 14 7/16″ ” X 1 3/8″ ” X 2 7/16” – 5 LBS. 1 OZS. – CASE COLORS 99% – BLUE 99.9% – WOOD 99.5%  Price: $2,995

 

RIGBY RISING BITE 470 N. E. SIDE-BY-SIDE DOUBLE RIFLE- BORES as NEW with ORIG. Bbls.- SUPERB 1911 SIDELOCK CLASSIC- 26" EJECTOR CHOPPER LUMP Bbls.- OUTSTANDING WOOD

RIGBY RISING BITE 470 N. E. SIDE-BY-SIDE DOUBLE RIFLE- BORES as NEW with ORIG. Bbls.- SUPERB 1911 SIDELOCK CLASSIC- 26″ EJECTOR CHOPPER LUMP Bbls.- OUTSTANDING WOOD

RIGBY RISING BITE 470 N. E. SIDE-BY-SIDE DOUBLE RIFLE- BORES as NEW with ORIG. Bbls.- SUPERB 1911 SIDELOCK CLASSIC- 26″ EJECTOR CHOPPER LUMP Bbls.- OUTSTANDING WOOD#17625, John Rigby & Co. 43 Sackville Road, London: A Rising Bite 470 Nitro Express Bar Action Sidelock Ejector Double Rifle with Original Barrels That Have Bores Like New, Made in 1911, 26″ Ejector Chopper Lump Barrels, Full length rib with 1 standing & 2 folding rear sights, Fold-up night sight, Nitro proved at 75 cordite with a 500 grain bullet, Bushed strikers, Double triggers, Spring actuated locking safety, Horn grip cap, 14 3/4″ LOP over a 1″ leather pad, 11 lbs. 2 oz., 97% coverage of classic Rigby scroll; “Jno. Rigby & Co.” in Gold on both sidelocks, The top rib, Serial number & Safe, Excellent European walnut with dark and deep contrast with great color, This piece was completely refinished from muzzle to butt, Fresh case colors, Reblacked barrels with the striking like the day it left Rigby, The stock and forend reoiled, It remains in 99% condition since the work was done. – Now the unbelievable news is the bores are virtually as new and these are the original barrels that have been there since day one. Then Marvin Huey built a full Deluxe Elephant hide brass cornered trunk case and added a lot of nice accessories. Here is a solid London Classic Rising Bite Rigby in the 470 cartridge with bores like new and a piece of wood that meets the eye very well. /////////////////////////////////////// The breech face marked with the R & B (John Rigby & Thomas Bissell) Patent #1141 which was patented March 21, 1879, the beginning of the Hammerless gun era, for the barrel locking method which we call the rising-bite. It is also marked #1026 in this vignette which applies to this gun as being the 1,026th gun built under the R & B patent. Price: $74,000.00

Extraordinary Purdey 450/360 Double Rifle Formerly Owned by Prime Minister of Great Britain

Extraordinary Purdey 450/360 Double Rifle Formerly Owned by Prime Minister of Great Britain

Extraordinary Purdey 450/360 Double Rifle Formerly Owned by Prime Minister of Great Britain: Extremely fine Purdey double barrel hammerless rifle owned by the former Prime Minister of Great Britain, the fifth Earl of Rosbery and used by him at the country estate of Dalmeny for deerstalking. Cal: 450/360 – 2 3/8″ BP. Serial #:14xxx. 27″ Whitworth fluid steel barrels w/ extractors and single rear and front sight. Top rib marked: “J. Purdey & Sons  Audley House South Audley Street London Made of Sir Joseph Whitworth Fluid Pressed Steel” .Case colored and fine rose & scroll engraved Beesely self-opener sidelock action with side-clips, double underlugs, and hidden third fastener. Top tang slide safety w/ “SAFE” in gold and additional small swing-tang secondary safety. Double triggers. Beautiful black-streaked english walnut stock with paneled cheekpiece and checkered butt. Finely engraved steel gripcap. 14 1/2″ LOP. Sling swivel. Gold escutcheon plate engraved with Roseberry’s arms. Weights: 8lbs 2oz. Bbls only: 4lbs13oz. Cased in original brass bound oak and leather case w/ maker’s label intact and original red baize lining. Has “Great Northern Railway”  label on outside of case with destination “Dalmeny” (the home of the Earl of Rosebery). included accessories are: various ebony handled tools, rosewood cleaning rod, brass jags, rectangular Dixon marked plated oil bottle, spare gilt firing pins & springs. Condition: Gun is in extremely fine original condition. Most all original case color remains bright and vivid. Barrels on-face. Bores clear. Scant miscellaneous handling marks on wood. Price: $24,900

PARKER QUALITY 4 TOP LEVER HAMMER SHOTGUN 12 GAUGE SxS

PARKER QUALITY 4 TOP LEVER HAMMER SHOTGUN 12 GAUGE SxS

PARKER QUALITY 4 TOP LEVER HAMMER GUN 12 GAUGE: IT WOULD BE TOUGH TO FIND ANOTHER HAMMER GUN IN AS ORIGINAL CONDITION AS THIS 32″ BERNARD STEEL BARRELS GREAT BORES 2 1/2″ CHAMBERS BOTH BARRELS ARE CYLINDER BORED DOUBLE TRIGGER EXTRACTORS SPLINTER FOREARM PISTOL GRIP SKELETON BUTT 8LBS 7 OZ X 3″ X 2″ X 14 1/4″. Price: $18,500

BROWNING SUPERPOSED 20 GAUGE OVER/UNDER SHOTGUN: 26 12/” BARRELS WITH MINT BORES, 3″ CHAMBERS, BORES: OVER .610 CHOKE .009, UNDER .610 CHOKE .009, MEASURES IMPROVED CYLINDER BOTH BARRELS, CHOKES MARKED SKEET, LEVER WELL RIGHT OF CENTER, USED BUT NOT ABUSED, PERFECT FOR THE FIELD SUPERPOSED, ROUND KNOB LONG TANG, MADE IN BELGIUM CIRCA 1959′ , DIMENSIONS WITH FACTORY BUTTPLATE 14 1/4″-1 1/2″-2 1/4″. Price: $1,950

BROWNING SUPERPOSED 20 GAUGE OVER/UNDER SHOTGUN:

BROWNING SUPERPOSED 20 GAUGE OVER/UNDER SHOTGUN:

SKB – Model 280 – 12ga 28″ M/F SxS – As New Condition: Ejectors, Single Selective Trigger, English Stock, LOP 14-1/4″, Drop 1-5/8″ to 2-1/2″. Weight 7lbs. 1 oz. Excellent Plus – 99+% Condition. This gun appears almost New Unfired. Price: $1475

SKB - Model 280 - 12ga 28" M/F SxS - As New Condition:

SKB – Model 280 – 12ga 28″ M/F SxS – As New Condition:

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