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RUGER O/U Double Barrel Red Label 28 Ga Shotgun LIKE NEW

RUGER O/U Double Barrel Red Label 28 Ga Shotgun LIKE NEW

Did you miss that 28g Ruger Red Label from the other day? Here’s another chance to get one. This one looks even nicer, and it has 28″ barrels and some very fine American walnut. It’s on Gunbroker.com now, and this listing ends 5/30/2015 @ 11:54:22 AM ET.

RUGER O/U Double Barrel Red Label 28 Ga Shotgun LIKE NEW

Serial# 420-22271
Caliber- 28 Gauge

RUGER O/U Double Barrel Red Label 28 Ga Shotgun LIKE NEW

RUGER O/U Double Barrel Red Label 28 Ga Shotgun LIKE NEW

Chokes- 7 Removable- Imp Cyl, Mod (2), Full (2), Skeet (2)
Action- Over & Under
Finish- Stainless steel action; blued barrels
Capacity- 2
Barrel- 28″
Stock- American walnut

This shotgun is absolutely like-new- no dings, scratches or handling marks.  The original owner said that he put less then a box of shells thru it.   The gun comes with the original box and packing material (which is in excellent condition), all 7 chokes (2 are in the barrels), choke tool, owners manual, and lock.

RUGER O/U Double Barrel Red Label 28 Ga Shotgun LIKE NEW

RUGER O/U Double Barrel Red Label 28 Ga Shotgun LIKE NEW

RUGER O/U Double Barrel Red Label 28 Ga Shotgun LIKE NEW

RUGER O/U Double Barrel Red Label 28 Ga Shotgun LIKE NEW

Ruger Red Label Over Under Shotgun, 28 ga, 26 inch

Ruger Red Label Over Under Shotgun, 28 ga, 26 inch

I’ve said it many time before. And here I am saying it again: Here’s all the shotgun you need for grouse and woodcock hunting. These little Rugers are superb upland doubles. If you own one of these and you can’t use it to knock down birds, it’s the carpenter, not the hammer that’s the problem.

This little OU is on Gunbroker.com and the online auction ends 5/25/2015 @ 12:17:20 PM ET. Even though the seller has little to say about it, it looks like a nice original Ruger O/U with some very above-average wood on it.

Ruger Red Label Over Under Shotgun, 28 ga, 26 inch: with 5 chokes English stock excellent condition. Older type original box, owners manual.

Ruger Red Label Over Under Shotgun, 28 ga, 26 inchRuger Red Label Over Under Shotgun, 28 ga, 26 inch

Ruger Red Label Over Under Shotgun, 28 ga, 26 inch

Ruger Red Label Over Under Shotgun, 28 ga, 26 inch

Ruger Red Label Over Under Shotgun, 28 ga, 26 inch

PIOTTI KING SIDE x SIDE 16 gauge 28" chopper lump barrels

PIOTTI KING SIDE x SIDE 16 gauge 28″ chopper lump barrels

PIOTTI KING SIDE x SIDE 16 gauge  28″ chopper lump barrels: … 2 3/4″ chambers … single selective trigger … LOP 14 7/8″ … drop comb 1 3/8″ … drop heel 2 1/8″ … weight 6 lbs 8 oz … bore dia: L..675 R.676 … bore restrictions: L.014 R.010 … wall thickness: L.026 R.032.

The engraver, G.Ranetti, proudly signed this work on the trigger plate to the right of the trigger. The receiver is literally covered with extremely fine and detailed small scroll with interspersed acanthus and floral scroll over-lays. Perfect shading and delicated gold inlays in certain areas make this a memorable piece. This fine engraving work continues to the trigger guard, upper and lower tang, operating lever, butt plate frame and forearm latching hardware. This is the ultimate of 100% coverage. The bottom of the left barrel is engraved “W.L.Moore, Westlake, CA. Mod KING 1″.

Finely cut wrap around, 32 LPI checkering highlights the straight English grip and the splinter forearm. The high contrast grain of this European walnut will definitely turn heads for a second look. The forearm features a gold Fratelli Piotti coat of arms. This piece comes in a custom oak and leather case with protective brass corners and a lock. The case interior is burgandy cloth with oak compartments. Accessories include a rosewood & brass cleaning rod, oil bottle, wallet with cleaning tips and brushes, snap caps and cleaning gauze. Price: $16,500

BERETTA 1951 S3EL SIDELOCK- EXC FLORAL & SCROLL ENGRAVING by M. SLATNIK- NEAR EXHIBITION WOOD- 27 1/2" SOLID RIB BARRELS

BERETTA 1951 S3EL SIDELOCK- EXC FLORAL & SCROLL ENGRAVING by M. SLATNIK- NEAR EXHIBITION WOOD- 27 1/2″ SOLID RIB BARRELS

BERETTA 1951 S3EL SIDELOCK- EXC FLORAL & SCROLL ENGRAVING by M. SLATNIK- NEAR EXHIBITION WOOD- 27 1/2″ SOLID RIB BARRELS: #9036, Beretta O/U Sidelock Ejector Model S3EL 12 Bore Made in 1951 with 27 1/2″ Acciaio Inossidabile Excelsior Steel Barrels with a Hand Filed Solid Rib at .726 .004 & .008″ (Skt.I & Imp.Cyl.), Original 2 3/4″, 1.365 KG weight barrels, Double triggers with the front trigger articulated, Game forend with finger grooves, Straight hand stock at 14 5/8 x 1 5/16 x 2 1/8″ over a 7/8″ pad, Slight cast-off for the right hand, 7 lbs., It has a super piece of wood that borders on being an exhibition piece with great black & brown color contrast, It has 100% coverage of great floral engraving with roses done with a very fine scroll background plus neat floral borders by M. Slatnik and signed, All early Beretta’s done by Slatnik are special pieces as he was one of the leading Italian engravers of this era; This piece has 9 retainer screws, including the replaceable locking shoulders on the barrel, which secure key screws on the frame, forend and trigger guard, I believe the barrels were reblacked a long time ago and very professionally done, All lettering sharp and very difficult to tell they were reblacked, The buttstock might have been re-oiled but not refinished and it remains in 94% condition with light handling marks only, The checkering is original and remains at 98%, The bores are excellent plus, It remains a very stout mechanical gun in every respect. Here is a 1951 Quality Sidelock that has at least 94-95% of its mechanical life left for the balance of your sporting days. Buy this piece here for $7950 or order a new one for about $30K, you are the judge. Price: $7,950

THOMAS BLAND- 500/450 #1 EXP- EXC PLUS BORES- VERY NICE UNDERLEVER HAMMER RIFLE- HENRY'S PATENT STEEL BARRELS

THOMAS BLAND- 500/450 #1 EXP- EXC PLUS BORES- VERY NICE UNDERLEVER HAMMER RIFLE- HENRY’S PATENT STEEL BARRELS

THOMAS BLAND- 500/450 #1 EXP- EXC PLUS BORES- VERY NICE UNDERLEVER HAMMER RIFLE- HENRY’S PATENT STEEL BARRELS: #9968, T. Bland & Sons, 106 Strand, London: A Thomas Bland & Sons 500/450 #1 Express Black Powder Henry Jones Hammer Underlever Double Rifle Made about 1889, 28″ Henry’s patent steel barrels, Full rib with 3 folding rear sights, Non-rebounding hammers, Anson Patent #15529 forend release, Full length trigger guard tang to a steel grip cap, Sling eyes, 14 7/16″ LOP over a steel buttplate, 8 lbs. 14 oz., Very nice wood, Here is a very nice solid rifle with 75% original blue on the barrels, 25% original case colors, Very solid wood both fore and aft that has had oil applied but not refinished, The checkering is still original and at 80%, The bores are excellent plus with both still at 9 1/2 and near 10 and almost look like new, It is cased in a nice brass cornered oak & leather trunk with a Bland trade label. ////////////// //////////////////// Thomas Bland & Sons were founded in 1840 in Birmingham and expanded to106 Strand in London in 1872. In 1900 they moved to 2 King William Street, Strand in London. This durable firm remained in business all these years, an incredible run from muzzle loaders to modern sporting guns. Price: $7,450

Winchester --- Model 21 Duck --- 12 Gauge, 3"

Winchester — Model 21 Duck — 12 Gauge, 3″

Winchester — Model 21 Duck — 12 Gauge, 3″: 30″ SxS barrels of Winchester Proof Steel with steel bead front sight and raised matted rib choked full & full. 13 5/8″pull from single selective trigger to original Winchester red rubber recoil pad. 1 1/2″ – 2 1/2″ drop. Figured walnut stock with beavertail forend with internal brace and diamond-pattern checkering, and standard grade checkering on pistol grip. Bolstered frame with automatic ejectors and automatic top tang safety. Weight: 7lbs, 9 1/2oz. S/N: 29,9xx. Barrel date 1954. 3″ Chambers. DUCK on floorplate. 99% barrel blue. 95% receiver blue, with just enough flaking on the floorplate to show it’s real. Price: $6450

A. H. Fox ( Philly) 'B' Grade ejector 12 bore factory 2 bbl. set

A. H. Fox ( Philly) ‘B’ Grade ejector 12 bore factory 2 bbl. set

A. H. Fox ( Philly) ‘B’ Grade ejector 12 bore factory 2 bbl. set: s# 154xx, #1 bbl.30″  F/F, #2 bbl., 26″ M/Ic, double ivories on both bbls., lightly engraved bird gamescenes, factory single select trigger (scarce), ejectors, exotic premium grade American round knob walnut stock, checkered side panels,  13″ LOP over leather covered factory pad, 1 1/2″ DAC – 2 1/2″ DAH, 60% + CC, 95% bbl. blue, lightest of handling, tight as new, release lever rt. of center, neutral case, #1 & #2 bbls. have transition engraving pattern slightly diff. at breech neverthless are # 1 & 2 bbls. probably sent at later date than 1st  #1 bbl. Price: $4,699

Ruffed Grouse Society 2015 Video Winner

Ruffed Grouse Society 2015 Video Winner

A.H. Fox "A" Grade 12 bore, Philly SxS Shotgun, 32" bbls

A.H. Fox “A” Grade 12 bore, Philly SxS Shotgun, 32″ bbls

It’s rare that a twelve-gauge, A-grade Fox excites me. But when I saw this one, I started doing the mental math to figure out how to pay for it. With it’s straight grip and 32″ barrels, it’s an unusual A grade.

But even though the gun looks right, that butt stock has me scratching my head. Is it really original? Te fact that it’s “cast on” for a lefty raises questions. If I were going to add this SxS to my safe, I would be sure to take a much closer look at it (and probably order a letter from The A.H. Fox Collector’s Club).

A.H. Fox “A” Grade 12 bore, Philly SxS Shotgun: 32″ bbls. choked tight & full, DT’s, extractor, oil finished hand checkered American walnut, 14 1/4″ LOP over factory buttplate, 1/4″ cast ‘ON’ (left handed favorable), 75% case colors, 95% bbl. blue, most minor of handling, This Fox is pure & has mountains of curb appeal (Phizazz) tight as new & all original so. Price: $3,999

A.H. Fox "A" Grade 12 bore, Philly SxS Shotgun, 32" bblsA.H. Fox "A" Grade 12 bore, Philly SxS Shotgun, 32" bbls

A.H. Fox “A” Grade 12 bore, Philly SxS Shotgun, 32″ bbls

A.H. Fox "A" Grade 12 bore, Philly SxS Shotgun, 32" bbls

A.H. Fox “A” Grade 12 bore, Philly SxS Shotgun, 32″ bbls

A.H. Fox "A" Grade 12 bore, Philly SxS Shotgun, 32" bbls

A.H. Fox “A” Grade 12 bore, Philly SxS Shotgun, 32″ bbls

The Harding Shoot with Delaney & Sons, traditional shooting in Wales, tailored for Americans

The Harding Shoot with Delaney & Sons, traditional shooting in Wales, tailored for Americans

Being a sucker for history, double barrel shotguns, and all things tweedy, I’ve always wanted to shoot in the UK. If I had the time, I would definitely join Delaney & Sons this fall in Wales for their 2015 Harding Shoot.

Established in 1999, The Harding Shoot runs from November 15th to November 21st. It is based in the majestic hills of the Brecon Beacons National Park in Wales, and guests stay in the quaint town of Crickhowell, Wales, at the historic Dragon Inn.

Last fall, Sean Delaney and his wife, Liz, took over the shoot from its originator. Their goal “… is to provide like minded American hunters with hassle-free access to traditional, high quality driven  shooting — without pretense —  for a reasonable price.”

The 2015 Harding Shoot is an all-inclusive affair and accommodations, ground transport, gun hire, ammunition, visitor’s permits, and food are all included. The price: $8,500.

To join the 2015 Harding Shoot, call 717-919-5317 for more info.

Here’s more about the Harding Shoot, from Sean Delaney:

“For our trip, all you need to do is show up at Heathrow on Sunday, and the rest is sorted from there.  We provide nice vintage boxlocks, with the odd sidelock thrown in, as well as modern over unders if that is someone’s preference. If someone wants to bring their own guns, that is fine as well.  Cartridges, food, lodging, etc. are all included. Tips to the individual estate keeper and alcohol at night are not included. The food is great, but there are no black tie dinners at castles.

The locals in the town we stay in, Crickhowell, know that we are coming and stop in throughout the week to say hello. If you go in a shop, the proprietor will likely say, “I heard the Americans were coming this week, how’s the sport been?”.

As far as the hunting is concerned, we are trying to drive home the point that driven shooting is a team endeavor, and a lot of people work very hard to present high birds to the guns. The head keeper, beaters, dog handlers and pickers up act in coordination with the guns to bring the bag home to be processed and sent to market. On many estates, the shoot lunch is a lavish affair held in a shoot lodge, but the beaters, handlers, and pickers up eat a boxed lunch in the parking lot. We have a much more egalitarian (American?) set up, inasmuch as well all eat together in a barn or an outbuilding. I think that this is a great way to really immerse the hunters in the tradition of the sport.

The other thing that we provide is hunting diversity. First, we hunt five estates over five days.  The larger estates could entertain a team for a whole week, but ours are generally smaller.  One of the shoots is almost entirely private; they only let one day a year, to us.  We get to see different terrain and meet different people every day. Second, we provide diversity of species. Every shoot in the UK has pheasants, and many have partridge as well.  But we add duck and woodcock to the bag, which is fairly unique.”

LANCASTER 8 BORE UNDERLEVER HAMMER LONDON NITRO PROVED- 13 Lbs. 12 Oz.- 36" DAMASCUS NP Bbls.- 1882- TOTALLY ORIGINAL PIECE

LANCASTER 8 BORE UNDERLEVER HAMMER LONDON NITRO PROVED- 13 Lbs. 12 Oz.- 36″ DAMASCUS NP Bbls.- 1882- TOTALLY ORIGINAL PIECE

Pound for pound, here’s one of the best shotgun deals you’ll find anywhere. This massive 8g Lancaster double barrel weighs an arm-aching 13 lbs. 12 oz. It’s priced at $11,500 — or about $52.27 an ounce. It has 3 1/4″ chambers and it’s nitro-proofed to push a lot of shot: 2 1/4 ounces.

Eight gauges  like this weren’t “market guns”. They were far too expensive for most people to afford, and the richy-riches who bought them used to pass shoot ducks, geese, and swans. In the 19th century, they were popular with hunters in the UK up and down the Eastern Seaboard, but in the 20th century the US Federal Government foolishly outlawed their use on all migratory species.

LANCASTER 8 BORE UNDERLEVER HAMMER LONDON NITRO PROVED- 13 Lbs. 12 Oz.- 36" DAMASCUS NP Bbls.- 1882- TOTALLY ORIGINAL PIECE

LANCASTER 8 BORE UNDERLEVER HAMMER LONDON NITRO PROVED- 13 Lbs. 12 Oz.- 36″ DAMASCUS NP Bbls.- 1882- TOTALLY ORIGINAL PIECE

Today, some states allow you to use on turkeys and other game species while others have outlawed them completely for hunting. You may be able to use them on waterfowl in Canada, and in the UK guys still lug them out to the marshes and flyways.

LANCASTER 8 BORE UNDERLEVER HAMMER LONDON NITRO PROVED- 13 Lbs. 12 Oz.- 36″ DAMASCUS NP Bbls.- 1882- TOTALLY ORIGINAL PIECE: #5156, Charles Lancaster, 151 New Bond St., London, Patent Breech Loader, Choke: A Massive Lancaster Jones Back Action Underlever 8 Bore Rebounding Hammer London Nitro Proved Smoothbore Made in 1882 with Barrels that are 3 Feet Long, .843 .043 & .043″ (Imp.Mod. & Imp.Mod.), 3 1/4″ chambers, Wall thickness on the right barrel at .054″ & .053 on the left, 36″ Damascus Steel London Nitro Proved barrels at 2 1/4 ounce, Rebounding Hammers, Hinged front trigger, Long top tang that goes nearly to the point of the comb, Splinter forend with a lever release forend, Straight hand stock at 14 x 1 5/8 x 2 1/4″ over the original 3/4″ Silvers pad, Cast-off for the right hand, True 8 Bore weight at 13 lbs. 12 oz., Very nice wood with very nice color and contrast, 10% of nice border engraving, The original barrel browning remains at 70%, Original case colors at 25%, The original wood finish is still at 80%, The checkering at 85%, The wood remains excellent and super sound in every respect.

LANCASTER 8 BORE UNDERLEVER HAMMER LONDON NITRO PROVED- 13 Lbs. 12 Oz.- 36" DAMASCUS NP Bbls.- 1882- TOTALLY ORIGINAL PIECE

LANCASTER 8 BORE UNDERLEVER HAMMER LONDON NITRO PROVED- 13 Lbs. 12 Oz.- 36″ DAMASCUS NP Bbls.- 1882- TOTALLY ORIGINAL PIECE

The barrels are excellent inside and out without a pit to be had, The barrels ring with a very pronounced chime. It is cased in the original trunk with the original trade label. This is a very nice serious Big Bore piece that has London nitro proof barrels. It will take you shooting well into the 21st century. Here is the embodiment of 1882 Lancaster Quality; excellent bores, strong wood with nice figure, 8 bore weight, nitro proof barrels and it comes to the hand with ease even with this size and weight plus it balances very well. All these city-light gun writers that try to convince the shooting public that we all need shot barrels that are 3 feet long; here is there piece to grind clay targets into dust. We are working on a source for proper 8 bore loads that already have been used in this nitro proved piece that patterns well at 40 yards with either #5 or 6 shot. Fun stuff here. Price: $11,500

Parker Bros. D.H. SXS Double Barrel Shotgun #226300

Parker Bros. D.H. SXS Double Barrel Shotgun #226300

Here’s a nice Parker SxS that’s coming to auction in a couple days. Morphy’s Auctions in Denver, PA, has it, and their sale starts Saturday, May 23 @ 9:00 AM Eastern.

Parker’s Quality DH shotguns were the lowest-grades the company offered as custom-made doubles. In the 1930s, they cost around $148 ($175 with ejectors). At the same time, a Parker A-1 Special went for $825, a Fox XE was $185, and a W. & C. Scott Premier was $1000.

According The Parker Gun Collector’s Association (a must join if you love Parkers):

Parker Bros. D.H. SXS Double Barrel Shotgun #226300

Parker Bros. D.H. SXS Double Barrel Shotgun #226300

The DH had Damascus barrels until Titanic Steel barrels were offered as a popular option. The stock was made of Circassian walnut. The stock commonly has a silver shield behind the tang, nickel or silver plated triggers and spear-pointed extensions to the stock side panels. The checkering on the stock is more elaborate than lower grades and is a deep, twenty lines to the inch. Stocks were fitted with a skeleton butt plate as standard but recoil pads were an option. Dogs were almost always a feature of the engraving on the sides along with some extensive scroll work. Before 1897, almost all grade 3 guns had Damascus barrels and Titanic Steels after that date, that is, until the Acme Steel barrels were introduced.”

Parker Bros. D.H. SXS Double Barrel Shotgun #226300

Parker Bros. D.H. SXS Double Barrel Shotgun #226300

Lot #823: Parker D.H. SXS Double Barrel Shotgun #226300: Manufactured in 1928. Parker 12 ga. with 2 – 3/4″ chambers with titanic steel barrels. The barrels show bright shiny near perfect bores with no pitting, corrosion, rust or dents. The left tube shows a bore diameter of .734″ and choked light full with a choke restriction of .034″. Right tube has a bore diameter of .736″ and choked modified with a restriction of .026″. Original barrel blue rates 95%-97%. The fully engraved receiver shows 60%-70% original case colors and look great with the Parker style engraving pattern. Gun is built on a 1 – 1/2″ size frame. The Parker serialization and identification book show this gun left the factory in this exact configuration. The only alteration is a leather recoil pad has been added. Gun has a length of pull of 14 – 1/4″ and a drop of 2 – 1/4″. The buttstock shows a perfect wood to metal fit, good sharp checkering on the pistol grip. This high condition Parker has a lot of life left in it. It comes with a modern Parker reproduction hard case. This old Parker is very collectible and perfect for the October woods. Wood is excellent, no cracks or chips, sharp checkering, proud to metal. Mint bore, action and lock – up.

H. J. HUSSEY IMPERIAL EJECTOR SIDELOCK SXS 12 GAUGE SxS DOUBLE BARREL SHOTGUN

H. J. HUSSEY IMPERIAL EJECTOR SIDELOCK SXS 12 GAUGE SxS DOUBLE BARREL SHOTGUN

H. J. HUSSEY IMPERIAL EJECTOR SIDELOCK SXS 12 GAUGE: 30″ 020 AND 035 2 3/4 DOUBLE TRIGGER EJECTORS SPLINTER FOREARM ENGLISH GRIP CASED WITH MAKERS LABEL EXCELLENT CONDITION 7LBS 9 OZ X 2 1/8″ X 1 7/16″ X 14 3/4″. Price: $13,900

CHURCHILL XXV (25) SIDELOCK SXS 12 GAUGE: IC AND FULL 2 3/4 DOUBLE TRIGGER EJECTOR SPLINTER FOREARM PISTOL GRIP EXCELLENT ORIGINAL CONDITION 6LBS 12 OZ X 2 1/4″ X 1 9/16″ X 14″.Price: $8,500

E. J. CHURCHILL XXV (25) SIDELOCK SXS 12 GAUGE SHOTGUN

E. J. CHURCHILL XXV (25) SIDELOCK SXS 12 GAUGE SHOTGUN

ETHAN ALLEN HINGED BREECH 12 GAUGE SxS SHOTGUN

ETHAN ALLEN HINGED BREECH 12 GAUGE SxS SHOTGUN

ETHAN ALLEN HINGED BREECH 12 GAUGE SHOTGUN: 12 gauge, 27 1/2″ twist steel barrels, hinged breech with external hammers and trigger actuated extractor.  Engraved casehardened action and hammers.  Checkered forend and straight grip buttstock ending with a steel buttplate. LOP: 14 1/4″ Retaining all of the barrel brown and twist pattern.  Excellent case colors remaining on the action and the breech interior looks like new.  Super wood and checkering.  This is the nicest conditioned example I have seen. Price: $4,450

CSMC RBL LAUNCH EDITION 20GA: 28″ barrels w/ 5 screw chokes. Self opener. 15 1/4″ LOP leather covered pad. Double triggers, automatic ejectors. 98-99% in original luggage case with accessories. Price: $3,050

CSMC RBL LAUNCH EDITION 20GA SxS SHOTGUN

CSMC RBL LAUNCH EDITION 20GA SxS SHOTGUN

BERETTA SxS SILVER HAWK SHOTGUN IN 20 GAUGE - EXCELLENT ORIGINAL CONDITION WITH 28" BARRELS

BERETTA SxS SILVER HAWK SHOTGUN IN 20 GAUGE – EXCELLENT ORIGINAL CONDITION WITH 28″ BARRELS

BERETTA SILVER HAWK IN 20 GAUGE – EXCELLENT ORIGINAL CONDITION WITH 28″ BARRELS: Here is a Beretta Silver Hawk in 20 gauge with 28″ barrels. Excellent original condition.  Auto saftey. Extractors. Mirror bores. Tight on face with top lever well right of center showing minimal use. Original iridescent Beretta buttplate in red/black – very cool. Chambers are 2 3/4″. Bores are .622 with 30/1000 choke (Imp Mod) in the right barrel and 40/1000 (Full) in the Left barrel. Weight of gun is 6 LBS 4 3/4 OZ. Stock dimensions: LOP – 14 1/4″ Drop at Comb – 1 1/2″ Drop at Heel – 2 3/8″. Price: $1,600

Rizzini Aurum Classic O/U, 2 barrel Set 20g & 28g

Rizzini Aurum Classic O/U, 2 barrel Set 20g & 28g

Here’s a real nice looking two-barrel, over-under B. Rizzini set that’s up for auction now. It’s on Gunbroker.com and the listing ends 5/10/2015 @ 9:34:00 AM ET.

B. Rizzini is in Italy, and they’ve been building shotguns for around for 30+ years. There are a number of Italian gunmakers named Rizzini, and B. Rizzini has a reputation for being one of the best. (BTW. F.lli Rizzini is the top Italian-Rizzini gunmaker, but they’re in aother league, completely.)

New, 20g B. Rizzini Aurum Classics go for around $3400 and used I see 20g B. RIZZINI AURUM CLASSIC, USED $2895 for them.

Rizzini Aurum Classic O/U, 2 barrel Set 20g & 28g: Bottega C. Giovanelli by the trigger gauard, 28″ vent rib in 20 ga. and 28 ga. both barrels comes with 5 chokes, has a Kick-Eez recoil pad installed and the original wood butt plate (14 1/2″ LOP) comes in a hard case, Excellent Condition.

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