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 PARKER BHE TRAP VENT RIB 12 GAUGE DOUBLE BARREL SHOTGUN

PARKER BHE TRAP VENT RIB 12 GAUGE DOUBLE BARREL SHOTGUN

PARKER BHE TRAP VENT RIB 12 GAUGE: #207XXX #1 FRAME 32″ VENT RIB FULL AND FULL 2 3/4 SINGLE SELECT TRIGGER  EJECTORS BEAVER TAIL FOREARM ENGLISH GRIP EXCELLENT ORIGINAL CONDITION WITH CASE COLORS  8LBS 7 OZ X 2 1/4 X 1 7/8 X 14 1/2. Price: $18,500

Winchester – Model 21 Duck, 12ga., 32″ barrels, Double Triggers: Full/Full choked, 3” chambers, Duck gun, capped pistol grip,  3-point checkering, checkered butt, very rare double triggers, ejectors, splinter forend, highly figured, superb, as new gun with long length of pull. 7lb. 7oz.. 14 3/8” LOP  1 ½” x 2 ¼”. Price: $8,250

Winchester - Model 21 Duck, 12ga., 32" barrels, Double Triggers:

Winchester – Model 21 Duck, 12ga., 32″ barrels, Double Triggers:

Sidelock Belgian O/U Double Barrel Shotgun 12ga (pre-war)

Sidelock Belgian O/U Double Barrel Shotgun 12ga (pre-war)

Sidelock Belgian O/U Double Barrel Shotgun 12ga (pre-war): Fine Pre-War Self-Opener Sidelock Belgian O/U shotgun built in 1933. The gun is marked ‘SuperAuto’ H. Scherrer Patent. Barrels are marked ‘Fluid Compressed Steel’ with all appropiate proofs of that era including 12-70 for 2 3/4″ chambers. Barrels 27″ with solid rib, chokes Top-.004/Bot- .035, straight grip, 14″ lop to ck. butt, Doub. trig. non-auto safety, auto ejectors, Funeral Model finish with light border engraving. DAC 1 1/2″, DAH 2″, Cast neutral. Metal finish 90%++ with only light edge wear. This is a High Quality Sidelock Pre WWII O/U shotgun. Price: $4750

Westley Richards 12 gauge Side-by-Side Boxlock Shotgun

Westley Richards 12 gauge Side-by-Side Boxlock Shotgun

Westley Richards 12 gauge Side-by-Side Boxlock Shotgun: Factory 2 3/4″ chambers,   s/n T 10993,   heavy 1 1/4 oz. proof. Receiver:   crossbolt,  side clips,  AUTOMATIC EJECTORS,   double triggers,   receiver retains most of original case colors (some light scratching through clear coating on right side that doesn’t cut into case colors),   PROOFED FOR HEAVY LOADS (SEE PHOTOS OF WATER TABLE). Barrels:   28″ length,   BORES EXCELLENT PLUS,   choked Full & Improved Mod.,  swamped hand filed rib,   blue has somewhat thinned over the years (gun has never been reblacked). Stock:   English (straight) style,   splinter forearm,   buttstock has 14 1/4″ LOP over solid pad and spacer (see photos), DAC 1 3/4″,  DAH 2 1/2″,   twin Ivory beads, checkering is excellent on buttstock and forearm. Price: $5495

C. S. Rosson & Co., 12 gauge Side-by-Side, Boxlock Shotgun:

C. S. Rosson & Co., 12 gauge Side-by-Side, Boxlock Shotgun:

C. S. Rosson & Co., 12 gauge Side-by-Side, Boxlock Shotgun: Model Wildfowl Magnum,   12 GAUGE,   3″ CHAMBERS,   s/n 3223.  Receiver:   double trigger,   double underlocking lugs,   crossbolt,   side clips,   extractors,   not a droplock but a detachable bottom plate to access lock,   retains traces of original case colors,   blued detachable bottom plate. Barrels:   30″ length,   choked Full & Improved Mod.,   EXCELLENT BORES,   swamped and tapered hand filed rib,  nice blue (if they have been reblacked it was a nice job),   3″ CHAMBERS,   3 1/2 TON PROOFED. Stock:  no cracks,    LOP 15″ over solid recoil pad,  DAC 1 1/2″,  DAH 2 1/2″,   nice checkering on buttstock and forearm,  Walnut,   pleasing dark color. Cased in a nice canvas covered hard case. Price $3495

3 Responses to “This week’s good guns: powered by Gunsinternational.com…”

  1. Jeff Wemmer says:

    That O/U is a flat-out cool gun! (shame the barrels are stacked – LOL)

    Essentially a sidelock Superposed “Superlight” for a pittance of what it would cost today if you could even get one built.

    That’s the beauty of pre-war Belgian guns…They can be bought for Pennies on the dollar when compared to other guns of comparable quality.

    JW

  2. Gregg says:

    Yeah – good eye. I’ve been looking at that one again and again. It looks beautifully made. I’m guessing it was built in Belgium and then retailed in Paris. I swear I’ve seen Defourneys just like it.

    It’s chunky looking, but a lot of O/Us built like that are livelier than you would think.

    Gregg

  3. Jeff Wemmer says:

    Chunky? Well maybe, until you put it next to a K-80!!! LOL

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