Good gun alert: a 10 gauge, 3 1/2″ Neumann SxS shotgun…

10 gauge Neumann SxS Game Gun, 32" bbls
10 gauge Neumann SxS Game Gun, 32″ bbls

A big gun, a small price – that this Neumann double barrel shotgun. This SxS was made in Belgium in the ’50s, and its a well-made shotgun. If you’re looking to push a lot of lead, it will do the trick.

10 gauge Neumann SxS Game Gun, 32″ bbls: Very good condition overall with normal handling marks. Manufactured in Belgium by Neumann & Co. for Silver & Co. of San Francisco. Price: $1,099.99

10 gauge Neumann SxS Game Gun, 32" bbls
10 gauge Neumann SxS Game Gun, 32″ bbls
Caliber: 10 Gauge
Chambers: 3 1/2
Metal: Very Good
Wood: Very Good
Bore: Very Good
Barrels: 32″ with Tapered Concave Rib
Triggers: Double Triggers with Ejectors
Stock: Checkered Walnut Pistol Grip Style Butt Stock
Stock Dimensions: DAC: 1 3/8″, DAH: 2 1/8″, Cast off: 1/8″, LOP: 14 3/8
Fore End: Checkered Walnut Semi-Beavertail Style
Butt Pad: Pachmayr Ventilated Recoil Pad
Weight: 10 lbs. 10 ozs.
Sights: Two Beads
Chokes: Fixed: Light Full & Light Full, .030″ of constriction

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5 thoughts on “Good gun alert: a 10 gauge, 3 1/2″ Neumann SxS shotgun…

  1. Wow…What a great deal for somebody wanting a very high quality waterfowler / Turkey gun…RST makes excellent low pressure 1 1/8 oz and 1 1/4 oz. loads that would make this a real “cream puff” to shoot!

  2. Check the links I posted. The gun may still be available.

    I just point them out. I don’t sell them.

    Thanks,

    Gregg

  3. Hi, I’ve just acquired one of these, I’m assuming the answer to this question is now, but, can steel be shot through it? I’d like to use this gun for waterfowl, what do you suggest I shoot?
    Thanks,

  4. Hi Andy-

    I don’t know if I would put steel through it–especially if the chokes are more than Modified on either side. I would talk to a gunsmith about it.

    Personally, I would stick bismith or heavi shot. You can also buy non-tox 10g ammo from RST. I’m not sure what size the loads are, though.

    Thanks,

    Gregg

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