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A.H. Fox A Grade SxS, 12 ga.  30" bbls:

A.H. Fox A Grade SxS, 12 ga. 30″ bbls:

Here are a nice side-by-side Fox for collectors and shooters: It’s a 12 gauge A grade with good looking 30″ barrels. It’s up for auction now and the sale ends today @ 17:10:23 PT.

So if you like the looks of the gun, and the jacket, you better start bidding now. BTW: the flight jacket is e a modern Willis & Geiger reproduction of an original A-2 Air Force/ U.S. Army Flying Jacket. It’s probably worth around $200.

Here’s more about the gun from the seller:

A.H. Fox A Grade SxS, 12 ga.  30″ bbls:  All Original, excellent. Barrels have all original blueing with no dings or scratches, bores are perfect, choked modified and full. Engraving is all excellent, has case colors which are light on the sides. Wood to metal fit is all perfect, stock has several little finish marks but no cracks. Forearm has a small crack at the tip that is hardly noticeable. Gun operates like new and it tight like new. Comes with an old wooden gun cleaning rod and also found with the gun an old air force jacket that is like new.

A.H. Fox A Grade SxS, 12 ga.  30" bbls:

A.H. Fox A Grade SxS, 12 ga. 30″ bbls:

A.H. Fox A Grade SxS, 12 ga.  30" bbls:

A.H. Fox A Grade SxS, 12 ga. 30″ bbls:

2 Responses to “Act fast: Nice 12 gauge A.H. Fox A grade, auction ends today…”

  1. Ted Crosby says:

    I tried sendindg Photo’s of a 12Gauge Ansley H. Fox I can resend if you need me to it 28″ barrells Stamped #4 on them my Grandfather was a gunsmith when we lived in Carbondale,PA. I’ve had 9 operations in the last couple years and just found out I have kidney problem. I am asking for your help so my wife and I don’t get ripped off. I Thank You for your time and wish you a Happy New Year. Serial # is about 32,500

  2. Gregg says:

    Ted-

    Thank you for your note. I did receive the pics. I just found your emails in my inbox. I get a lot of note, and sometimes stuff gets lost. I’ll take a look at them and let me know what I think. Thanks again – and sorry for the delay.
    Gregg

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