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Fox Sterlingworth Ejector 20 gauge Philly As New Mint Original:

Fox Sterlingworth Ejector 20 gauge Philly As New Mint Original:

If you’re a Fox fan, grab a towel: This 20 gauge Philly Sterlingworth is gonna make you drool. It looks brand new and 100% original. And if that wasn’t enough, it has ejectors and 28″ barrels, making it one of the toughest Sterlies to find.

Ironmen Arms & Antiques just had it, and I remember the price was pretty high. If you’re looking for American doubles, I would keep an eye on the Ironmen site. They handle a lot of nice American doubles, and most of them sell pretty fast.

Fox Sterlingworth Ejector 20 gauge Philly As New Mint Original: Offered is perhaps the best all original Philadelphia Fox Sterlingworth 20 gauge shotguns that you are likely to find.  It is also the rare ejector model Sterlingworth.  Serial Number 262488 was produced in early 1930 most likely during the Savage Arms buy out of the Fox Company.  It is one of the last FOX shotguns of any grade marked Philadelphia.  It remains in nearly brand new condition with NO restoration work or touch up.  It shows evidence of very limited firing and nearly 100% case color and blue remain.  Screws and bores are mint.  Original butt plate and grip cap.  It would be next to impossible to upgrade on the condition of this fine little Philadelphia 20.  The dimensions are: Barrel length 28″ choked modified and full.  2 1/2″ chambers. Length of pull from the front trigger over the original hard rubber butt plate is 14 1/8″  Drop at heel is 2 3/4″ and drop at comb is 1 5/8″.  Weight is just shy of 6 pounds.  If you collect only the best condition possible, this Fox is for you.

Fox Sterlingworth Ejector 20 gauge Philly As New Mint Original:

Fox Sterlingworth Ejector 20 gauge Philly As New Mint Original:

Fox Sterlingworth Ejector 20 gauge Philly As New Mint Original:

Fox Sterlingworth Ejector 20 gauge Philly As New Mint Original:

Fox Sterlingworth Ejector 20 gauge Philly As New Mint Original:

Fox Sterlingworth Ejector 20 gauge Philly As New Mint Original:

Fox Sterlingworth Ejector 20 gauge Philly As New Mint Original:

Fox Sterlingworth Ejector 20 gauge Philly As New Mint Original:

Fox Sterlingworth Ejector 20 gauge Philly As New Mint Original:

Fox Sterlingworth Ejector 20 gauge Philly As New Mint Original:

Fox Sterlingworth Ejector 20 gauge Philly As New Mint Original:

Fox Sterlingworth Ejector 20 gauge Philly As New Mint Original:

Fox Sterlingworth Ejector 20 gauge Philly As New Mint Original:

Fox Sterlingworth Ejector 20 gauge Philly As New Mint Original:

Fox Sterlingworth Ejector 20 gauge Philly As New Mint Original:

Fox Sterlingworth Ejector 20 gauge Philly As New Mint Original:

Fox Sterlingworth Ejector 20 gauge Philly As New Mint Original:

Fox Sterlingworth Ejector 20 gauge Philly As New Mint Original:

Fox Sterlingworth Ejector 20 gauge Philly As New Mint Original:

Fox Sterlingworth Ejector 20 gauge Philly As New Mint Original:

Fox Sterlingworth Ejector 20 gauge Philly As New Mint Original:

Fox Sterlingworth Ejector 20 gauge Philly As New Mint Original:

Fox Sterlingworth Ejector 20 gauge Philly As New Mint Original:

Fox Sterlingworth Ejector 20 gauge Philly As New Mint Original:

Fox Sterlingworth Ejector 20 gauge Philly As New Mint Original:

Fox Sterlingworth Ejector 20 gauge Philly As New Mint Original:

Fox Sterlingworth Ejector 20 gauge Philly As New Mint Original:

Fox Sterlingworth Ejector 20 gauge Philly As New Mint Original:

Fox Sterlingworth Ejector 20 gauge Philly As New Mint Original:

Fox Sterlingworth Ejector 20 gauge Philly As New Mint Original

2 Responses to “Wow – a minty 20g A.H. Fox Sterlingworth ejector…”

  1. Jeff Wemmer says:

    That didn’t last long “FOX MANIA”!!!!

  2. My grandfather gave me a 20 ga. Fox Sterlingworth for my 14th birthday that he’d owned a good while. I can’t recall what happened to it, and I would give a portion of my antiquated reproductive anatomy and a half-acre considerably south of heaven to have that gun back.
    I mentioned it in my waterfowling memoir book “Bury Me In My Waders”.
    The Fox shown is an incredible piece. If I had the financial resources, I would definitely look into owning it. Thanks for sharing.

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