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Parker DH 16 Gauge SxS - "O" FRAME, 95% FACTORY COLOR GORGEOUS

Parker DH 16 Gauge SxS – “O” FRAME, 95% FACTORY COLOR GORGEOUS

I’ve had an on-and-off love affair with Parkers. Over the last 20 years or so I’ve owned–and sold off–a bunch of them. But over that time, I’ve never seen one like this.

This 16 gauge, DH-grade’s combination of damascus-steel barrels, 0-size frame, modern stock dimensions and incredible wood make it very unusual.

Parker DH 16 Gauge SxS – “O” FRAME, 95% FACTORY COLOR GORGEOUS: $9,750

General Specs: Parker, Year 1906, 16 Gauge, 6lbs 2oz, Side-by-Side
Serial Number: 140136

Parker DH 16 Gauge SxS - "O" FRAME, 95% FACTORY COLOR GORGEOUS

Parker DH 16 Gauge SxS – “O” FRAME, 95% FACTORY COLOR GORGEOUS

Some guns are just special, and a Parker 16ga. on an “O” frame (20ga. frame) is just such a gun.  More than a 1/2 pound lighter than a typical Parker 16ga, the “0” frame 16 is highly sought after by today’s upland hunter.  They are not common, and to find one on the nicely decorated DH Grade format is a treat.  This Parker DH, sn140136 made in 1906, is stunning with 99% factory damascus pattern, 95% factory case colors, perfect bores…no flaws anywhere.  The serialization book shows it is configured just as it left the factory.  They only made 458 damascus DH 16ga. guns.  There can only be a handful on the highly desirable “O” frame.  At 6lbs. 2oz. it is a delightful gun that will not wear you out by the end of the day.  The wood on this Parker is incredible, with full flame and feather-crotch figure finished in a hand-rubbed oil finish, a 14 ¾” LOP to the factory skeleton butt plate, and modern

Parker DH 16 Gauge SxS - "O" FRAME, 95% FACTORY COLOR GORGEOUS

Parker DH 16 Gauge SxS – “O” FRAME, 95% FACTORY COLOR GORGEOUS

shooting dimensions (shown below) and perfect mechanics.  This unusual combination of features makes it a very desirable Parker the likes of which you may never again see for sale, so don’t hesitate on “pulling the trigger” with this purchase.  This little Parker will be a joy to carry afield or to your favorite clays course and we don’t expect it will be for sale for any length of time.  This is the kind of Parker that will continue to gain value as you enjoy its use with its high factory original condition, very rare configuration on the “O” frame, low production numbers, awesome stock dimensions, and knock-out wood that is eye candy to all gun lovers!  Thanks for looking at our fine guns.
Barrel Length: 26″
Chokes: .666/.668
Bores: 0/.029 Cyl/F
Bore Diameter: .021/.020
Wall Thickness: excellent

Parker DH 16 Gauge SxS - "O" FRAME, 95% FACTORY COLOR GORGEOUS

Parker DH 16 Gauge SxS – “O” FRAME, 95% FACTORY COLOR GORGEOUS

% Blue: 99% damascus
Chambers: 2 9/16″
Ribs: tight
Sights: double, ivory
Action: tight, right of center
Ejectors or Extractors: extractor
Case Color: 95% factory
Screws: excellent
Engraving: excellent
Trigger Type: double, crisp
Trigger Guard Color: mostly grey
Stock: capped pistol grip/splinter forend, incredible figure
LOP: 14 3/4″
LOP To End Of Wood: same

Parker DH 16 Gauge SxS - "O" FRAME, 95% FACTORY COLOR GORGEOUS

Parker DH 16 Gauge SxS – “O” FRAME, 95% FACTORY COLOR GORGEOUS

DAH: 2 3/8″
DAC: 1 7/16″
Cast: neutral
Checkering Condition: perfect
Butt Treatment: skeleton

 

B. & J. Cooper, New York. Extremely rare American, silver mounted, 23-bore double barreled flintlock sporting gun, ca.1810

B. & J. Cooper, New York. Extremely rare American, silver mounted, 23-bore double barreled flintlock sporting gun, ca.1810

B. & J. Cooper, New York. Extremely rare American, silver mounted, 23-bore double barreled flintlock sporting gun, ca.1810Extraordinarily rare and fine American, silver-mounted, 23-bore double barreled flintlock sporting gun in the best British tradition, ca.1810. Weight: 5 ½ Lbs.  Fine 30” Damascus steel barrels with gold-lined touch-holes, excellent bores (.590”/.590”), and which externally retain much of the original brown finish. Extremely high quality, mechanically perfect, locks with internal parts retaining most of the original fire blue color left from the final “drawing” or tempering required after quenching during the hardening process. Externally the locks retain much of the original finish even in the bottoms of the pans which show little evidence of use. Nicely engraved false breech with no corrosion whatever. Handsomely engraved fine silver mounts all in superb condition as is the highly figured American Walnut stock. Original horn-tipped ramrod with functional steel worm on the hidden end. B. & J. Cooper were set up at 19 Partition Street, New York, N.Y. from 1803 to 1831. They were primarily rifle and pistol maker’s and very highly regarded for their excellent workmanship, particularly for their dueling pistols some of which were silver mounted. This silver mounted double flintlock sporting gun we have here is the only example, of this quality, by this or any other American maker that I am aware of. Price: $ POR

James Purdey & Sons Sidelock SxS 12 bore Shotgun

James Purdey & Sons Sidelock SxS 12 bore Shotgun

James Purdey & Sons Sidelock SxS 12 bore ShotgunA Pre-Owned James Purdey Side By Side Best Quality 12 Bore Sidelock Ejector Self Opening Fitted with two Sets Of 28 inch Barrels Rose & Scroll Engraving By Ken Hunt. Price: $25,000 

Action: Sidelock Ejector Self Opening
Triggers: Double Trigger
Safety: Automatic
Barrel Length: Two Sets Of 28 inch Barrels
Chamber: 2 3/4 Inch
Rib: Raised Tapered File Cut
Chokes: Barrel Set One 1/4 & 1/2, Barrel Set two 3/4 & Full
Type: Deluxe Gade Walnut
Length: 15 1/2 Inches
Bend: 
Cast: 
Grip: Traditional Straight Hand
Butt End Finish: 1 Inch Leather Covered Pad
Forend: Splinter Style
Weight: 6 Lbs – 13 Oz
Case: Double Leather Moter Case
Date of Manufacture: 1979

A.H. Fox, Philadelphia CE, 20ga. 28” barrels

A.H. Fox, Philadelphia CE, 20ga. 28” barrels

A.H. Fox, Philadelphia CE, 20ga. SxS: 28” barrels choked Full/Mod, 2 ivory sights, 6lb gun, #4 weight barrels, rounded pistol grip, Double trigger, ejector, gun retains 99% bright color case hardening, blue and wood finish, with just minor scratches and sharp edge wear.  A great small bore rare gun in top condition perfect screws. LOP – 14 ¾” to buttplate. Price: $16,500

W.W. GREENER FH70 GRADE BOXLOCK 12 GAUGE SIDE-BY-SIDE DOUBLE SHOTGUN12 bore, 26″ barrels choked Imp. & Mod. (R- .004″  L- .036″)  bore dia. both barrels .729″.  Top lever, auto ejector’s, with weight 6lbs  5oz.   Stock measures:   LOP: 14 1/4″ to a factory horn buttplate.   Comb:  1 1/4″   Heel: 2 5/8″.   In beautiful as new, unused original condition.  100% original casehardened finish.  Mint wood and checkering. Price: $16,500

W.W. GREENER FH70 GRADE 12 GAUGE SIDE-BY-SIDE DOUBLE SHOTGUN

W.W. GREENER FH70 GRADE 12 GAUGE SIDE-BY-SIDE DOUBLE SHOTGUN

William Evans (from Purdey) Sidelock SXS Shotgun in 12 ga

William Evans (from Purdey) Sidelock SXS Shotgun in 12 ga

William Evans (from Purdey) Sidelock SXS Shotgun in 12 ga: 30″ barrels, 2-1/2″ chambers, choked open modified and full (.010/.030). Game rib with doll’s head third bite.  Sidelock action features bushed pins, double triggers and automatic safety.  Built circa 1902, this was William Evans’ top of the line.  Profusely engraved with rose and scroll and deep leaf carved fences, which add a distinctive visual touch.  Gun retains a pleasing patina of latent case colors that add a wonderful background.  Straight hand stock of exceptional figured French walnut and original flat top checkering.  Measures 1-1/2″ heel  x 2-1/2″ comb x 14-1/2″ LOP over a leather pad.  Weighs 6 lbs, 12 oz.  A really attractive vintage game gun, by a well-known London firm.  Leather trunk case. Price: $7,650

Damascus barrel making, showing the stacked ribbons and how they're twisted

Damascus barrel making, showing the stacked ribbons and how they’re twisted

I love old doubles, and a big reason why is their damascus barrels.

Gunmakers started using damascus in the 1500’s. By the mid 19th century, barrels built from it were the absolute finest available and incredibly beautiful. They were also tough to make, requiring a ton of time, manual labor, and skill. Consequently, they were by far the most expensive part of a gun.

The pics you see here are of a salesmen’s sample for a damascus-steel shotgun barrel. Basically, a barrel like this is build in three steps:

Damascus barrel making, showing the stacked ribbons and how they're twisted

Damascus barrel making, showing the stacked ribbons and how they’re twisted

1: Stacks of various metal, sort of like club sandwiches, were hammer forged into ribbons

2: These ribbons are twisted and hammer forged into a single strip

3: This strip is twisted around a mandrel and hammer forged into a tube

 

Damascus barrel making, stacked ribbons on right, completed tub on the left

Damascus barrel making, stacked ribbons on right, completed tub on the left

Damascus barrel making, twisted sections hammer forged into strip which is wound around mandrel

Damascus barrel making, twisted sections hammer forged into strip which is wound around mandrel

Damascus barrel making, final barrel after strip is hammer forged

Damascus barrel making, final barrel after strip is hammer forged

 

Watch interview with Shawn Kinkelaar, Shooting Dog handler & trainer

Watch interview with Shawn Kinkelaar, Shooting Dog handler & trainer

Shawn Kinkelaar is one of the top bird-dog handlers & trainers in the U.S. He started field trialling in the 1980s, and today he’s one of just two people who have won 100+ Open Horseback Championships–the World Series + Superbowl + Stanley Cup of bird-dog competitions.

He has also won more National Dog of the Year Awards than any other trainer, as well as three English Setter National awards and three National Handler of the Year awards.

For the past 25 years, Shawn has spent his summers training in North Dakota. This year, a local news crew caught up with him and produced this video.

In the video below, you can get a taste for what it’s like training in ND in the summer: Horses, bird dogs, and the space to run both. I’m envious.

On the face? Birmingham Proof House series, Matthew Brown Photography

On the face? Birmingham Proof House series, Matthew Brown Photography

If you spend any time looking at old English and European guns, “proof” is something you’ll hear about.

In Great Britain and throughout the continent, state-recognized “proof houses” test every new firearm built in, or imported into, that country. Basically, they do this by trying to blow the gun up. If it survives. this process “proves” the shotgun, pistol, or rifle is safe to shoot.

The UK has two proof house: The London Proof House, founded in 1637, and the Birmingham Proof House, founded in 1813. Both are still proofing guns today.

With this series of pics, photographer Matthew Brown takes viewers into the inner workings of the Birmingham house and give us a rare look at one goes on throughout the proofing process.

Camp Thunderbird, new video from Project Upland

Camp Thunderbird, new video from Project Upland

For the past few years now, Project Upland has been turning out videos about bird hunting, gundogs, and the sentiments behind loving both. Their latest effort — Camp Thunderbird — releases today.

Well shot, and with a good mix of hunting footage and why-we-hunt musings, it’s Project Upland’s best effort so far. If you have the time, it’s definitely worth watching.

We all know bird hunting’s about a lot more than killing stuff. I’m glad to see Project Upland is sharing this story with the rest of world.

The teaser for this film is below. Go here to see the entire film.

Camp Thunderbird // Official Teaser from Northwoods Collective on Vimeo.

 

PIOTTI KING ROYAL SXS 16 GAUGE

PIOTTI KING ROYAL SXS 16 GAUGE

PIOTTI KING ROYAL SXS 16 GAUGE: MADE 1999 28″ 010 AND 018 2 3/4 DOUBLE TRIGGER EJECTORS SPLINTER FOREARM ENGLISH GRIP CASED EXCELLENT CONDITION 6LBS 8 OZ X 2″ X 1 7/16″ X 15″ Price: $29,500

J. Purdey & Sons .303 Sidelock Side-by-Side Double Rifle: Beautifully made J. Purdey & Sons .303 sidelock non ejector double rifle. 25 1/2″ barrels with a ramp foresight, one fixed 100 yard express sight and one folding leaf regulated at 200 yards. The barrels feature an extended third bite and a scope rail has been fitted to the rib. The bolstered, non ejector sidelock action is engraved with classic rose and scroll with some original colour, has two triggers, bolt safe, underlever opening and clipped fences. A nicely figured stock which has been refinished has a pistol grip with cap, cheek piece, chequered butt, sling swivel and silver oval. A very attractive Purdey in very good condition. Stock: Pistol Grip. LOP: 14″. Weight: 9lbs 1.6oz Price: $22,500

J. Purdey & Sons .303 Sidelock Side-by-Side Double Rifle

J. Purdey & Sons .303 Sidelock Side-by-Side Double Rifle

AyA Model No.53 Sidelock SxS in 20 Gauge

AyA Model No.53 Sidelock SxS in 20 Gauge

AyA Model No.53 Sidelock SxS in 20 GaugeThis No.53 features 27″ barrels with I.C. & Mod. (.011 & .019) chokes and a concave, tapered rib with a silver bead front sight, 2 3/4″ chambers, ejectors, double triggers with articulating front (hinged), engraved and extended trigger-guard, manual thumb actuated safety and gold-lined cocking indicators. For strength and safety there is the Purdey type triple-bite with side-clips and gas venting action and includes the two bite chopper lump steel barrels and a concealed third bite, released by top lever. And for beauty, the No.53, is fully engraved in a traditional European ribbon and floral pattern, and includes beautiful high grade walnut stocks, a straight-hand-grip and wrap-around extended checkered butt-stock with a leather covered red/orange recoil pad, and a checkered splinter forend with engraved iron and a push button release. Stock dimensions: LOP: 15 3/8″ to recoil pad, or 14 1/8″ to wood; DAC: 1 5/16″; DAH: 1 3/4″ & Cast Off: 3/16″. Weighs: 6 1/2 Lbs. All in very good to excellent condition. The barrel blue is near new with full coverage, a little lighting up of the blue on the exention of the trigger-guard, and the coin finished sidelock action is very bright and shiny with eye-popping engraving! The beautiful grained stocks and glossy lacquer finish shows some occasional light wear, a few wood scratches and smudges in the lacquer finish. There is tiny chipping of the butt-stock’s bottom fingers where they meet the action. Also includes a traditional oak hard-case fitted with with leather and canvas covers and red cloth interior, and inside are chrome snap caps and a chrome oiler, a bottle of Lightwood & Son neverust oil and a two piece wooden cleaning rod with brass jag and brush. Included in the ad are a total of 12 photographs, and all can be seen on Cabela’s Gun Library. Price: $3828.88 

Celta Borchers - Guernica, Spain - Sidelock Ejector - 28ga - Perfect Quail Gun - Long LOPCelta Borchers - Guernica, Spain - Sidelock Ejector - 28ga - Perfect Quail Gun - Long LOP

Celta Borchers – Guernica, Spain – Sidelock Ejector – 28ga – Perfect Quail Gun – Long LOP

Celta Borchers – Guernica, Spain – Sidelock Ejector – 28ga – Perfect Quail Gun – Long LOP1966 25-1/4″, IC / M (.005 / .010) Hand Engraved, Raised Rib, Rib Extension Third Bite, Hand Detachable Locks, Bushed Strikers, Automatic Safety, Double Triggers (Front Articulated), English Stock, LOP 15″ to Original Checkered Butt, Drop 1-1/2″ to 2-1/4″, Weight 5 lbs. 12 oz. Excellent Condition. Tight. Barrels Ring Nicely. Price: $2975

Jas. R. Watson – Nice English BLNE SxS – Great Handling Classic: 12ga, 2-1/2″, 28″ CYL / M (.000 / .020), Extractors, Double Triggers, English Stock, LOP 14-3/8″, Drop 1-1/2″ to 2″,  Weight 6 lbs. – 7 oz. Excellent original condition. Barrels measure to original specifications. Jas. R. Watson & Co. was in business from 1876 to 1976. This gun probably made between 1920 and 1939. Price: $1975

Jas. R. Watson - Nice English BLNE SxS - Great Handling Classic

Jas. R. Watson – Nice English BLNE SxS – Great Handling Classic

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

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