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16 Ga Double Barrel A.H. Fox Sterlingworth Shotgun

16 Ga Double Barrel A.H. Fox Sterlingworth Shotgun

Here’s a shotgun that a lot of guys are looking: A 16 gauge A.H. Fox Sterlingworth with 28″ barrels. This one looks like it’s in decent shape. It’s up for auction now, and it will be interesting to see just how high the price goes. The listing ends Sunday, February 23 @18:02 PT.

Here’s the full description from the seller:

16 Ga Double Barrel A.H. Fox Sterlingworth Shotgun: Like new old 16ga 2 3/4 inch AH Fox Sterlingworth with 28inch barrels. Gun is near mint condition. The recoil pad that was on the gun got hard so I sent it out to be replaced. While it was out the forearm and stock were retouched because they had a few marks. Wood has no cracks, marks or dings. All wood is perfect. While it was getting the wood done a small scratch on the trigger guard was redone. Other than that all case colors are original, all bluing on the barrel is original and perfect. Wood to metal fit is perfect and tight. There is one small nick in the wood as you can see in the fourth picture. It is the size of a pin head. Bore are perfect, chokes are modified and improved cylinder these are correct measurements and factory. Gun appears to have slight use. Flawless, almost mint condition. Comes with a full box of old shells and a 16 ga gun cleaning kit that has not been used.

16 Ga Double Barrel A.H. Fox Sterlingworth Shotgun

16 Ga Double Barrel A.H. Fox Sterlingworth Shotgun

16 Ga Double Barrel A.H. Fox Sterlingworth Shotgun

16 Ga Double Barrel A.H. Fox Sterlingworth Shotgun

16 Ga Double Barrel A.H. Fox Sterlingworth Shotgun

16 Ga Double Barrel A.H. Fox Sterlingworth Shotgun

16 Ga Double Barrel A.H. Fox Sterlingworth Shotgun

16 Ga Double Barrel A.H. Fox Sterlingworth Shotgun

5 Responses to “What’s it worth? A nice 16 gauge Fox Sterlingworth, 28″ barrels…”

  1. Jeff Wemmer says:

    What’s it worth?

    Like my grand-pap used to say: “It’s worth whatever somebody is willing to pay”.

    Really nice gun and will make a great shooter. Remember that field grade guns in very good condition are extremely hard to find as they were bought to be used. The majority of which got run hard and put up wet! High condition survival rate is very low, much more so than that of graded guns.

    JW

  2. Gregg says:

    True. And we’ll find out how much someone is willing to pay. I agree with you on the field-grade guns. Most were used, so it’s always interesting to see how much more people are will pay for examples with a lot of original condition.

    Thanks

    Gregg

  3. Jeff Wemmer says:

    Somebody paid nearly 7K for a mint, pre 13 R-frame OOE LC a few auctions back. Mint Parker VHE / VH guns bring a lot these days as well.

    Condition,condition, condition…

    JW

  4. Tim Earney says:

    My guess is $1,500.00 in the current market but it could go higher. They are great guns built on a 20 gauge frame so nice and light to carry. 16’s are more popular today than they were a few years ago but not as valuable as 20’s.

  5. Mike Koneski says:

    $1300-$1500 depending on the condition. Also depends how deep the bidders pockets are.

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