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Just in time for the upcoming grouse season! Here are three great 20 gauges. They’re all up for auction, and they’re all good deals.

Browning Model BSS B-S/S, 28" Side by Side, SxS Shotgun With Ejectors, MFD 1970s 20 Gauge 2-3/4" & 3"

Browning Model BSS B-S/S, 28″ Side by Side, SxS Shotgun With Ejectors, MFD 1970s 20 Gauge 2-3/4″ & 3″

Browning Model BSS B-S/S, 28″ Side by Side, SxS Shotgun With Ejectors, MFD 1970s 20 Gauge 2-3/4″ & 3:

Serial Number: 2167B57

Gauge: 20 Gauge, 2 3/4″ & 3″ Shells

Action Type: Top Lever Break Side by Side (SxS) with Single Trigger and Ejectors

Markings: The left side of the left barrel is marked “”BROWNING ARMS COMPANY MORGAN, UTAH & MONTREAL P.Q. / MADE IN JAPAN AND ASSEMBLED IN KOREA” and the right side of the right barrel is marked “B-S/S SPECIAL STEEL 20 GA. SHELLS – 2 ¾” AND 3””.

Barrel Length: 28″

Choke: The left barrel is choked Full and the right barrel is choked Modified.

Stock Configuration & Condition:  The LOP measures 14 1/8″ from the front of the trigger to the back of the 1″ White Line rubber recoil pad. The stocks rate in about Good to Very Good overall condition.

Finish Originality: Factory Original

Bore Condition: The bore is bright with scattered pits and erosion. None of these threaten the ability of this gun to shoot and none compromise safe barrel wall thickness.

Overall Condition: This shotgun retains about 65% of its metal finish. The balance of the finish shows thinning on the underside of the frame and the lower tang. The barrel at the chambers shows patches of finish loss as well. The remaining finish has begun to turn a plum color. This is a well used but still very functional and even attractive shotgun which is in the kind of condition where you wouldn’t mind taking this gun into the field and letting it earn a few more marks. The screw heads are serviceable but a bit worn. The markings are clear. Overall, this shotgun rates in about Good to Very Good condition.

Mechanics: The action functions correctly and while the gun opens easily, there is no play once closed and with the forearm mounted. We have not fired this shotgun.

Beretta Model 626 ONYX SXS Shotgun Single Selective Trigger 28” MFD 1992, Factory Box Screw-In Chokes 20 Gauge

Beretta Model 626 ONYX SXS Shotgun Single Selective Trigger 28” MFD 1992, Factory Box Screw-In Chokes 20 Gauge

Beretta Model 626 ONYX SXS Shotgun Single Selective Trigger 28” MFD 1992, Factory Box Screw-In Chokes 20 Gauge:

Serial Number: A44883A

Gauge: 20 Gauge

Action Type: Side by Side Top Lever Break Open Action, Single Selective Trigger, Ejectors

Barrel Length: The barrels are 28” in length with a full length solid rib.

Choke: This shotgun is equipped with screw-in “MobilChokes”. Both chokes are marked “PB-IC-SP ****”, or Improved Cylinder.

Sights / Optics: This shotgun is mounted with a small silver bead at the front of the solid rib. The rear sight is a shallow “U” groove in the top of the rib.

Stock Configuration & Condition: The stocks are checkered walnut with a pistol grip, blued steel grip cap and a thin black solid rubber recoil pad marked on the rear surface with a “P. Beretta” logo.

Type of Finish: The barrels and receiver have a black matte finish. The forend tip is blued.

Finish Originality: All Original

Bore Condition: The bores are bright. There is no erosion.

Overall Condition: This shotgun retains about 99% of its metal finish.

Mechanics: The action functions correctly. The trigger selector button is at the top of the safety. We have not fired this shotgun.

Box, Paperwork & Accessories: This shotgun comes with its original factory cardboard box.

Sigarms/ B.Rizzini Model TR-20 U

Sigarms/ B.Rizzini Model TR-20 U

Sigarms/ B.Rizzini Model TR-20 U: Sigarms Model Aurora TR-20U 12 gauge over & under shotgun, English stock, 14 3/4″ pull to 1/2″ pad. 28″ vent-rib barrels with choke tubes. Case colored receiver. Gold SST Schnabel fore-end, deluxe checkering, ejectors. Manufactured by B. Rizzini, Italy. This gun has not been fired very much and is in excellent condition.

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