This week’s 5 great guns…

 

Beretta SO5 EELL 12 ga OU Sidelock Shotgun
Beretta SO5 EELL 12 ga OU Sidelock Shotgun

Beretta SO5 EELL 12 ga OU Sidelock Shotgun28in BBLS. Extremely nice field gun with hand detachable sidelocks. Ejectors, single select trigger, Briley Thinwall chokes, floral engraving signed by G. Bertasi 1969 vintage gun. Tight action, bright bores, beautiful wood with 14.25 LOP over a wood butt plate. Price: $16,500 

Winchester Model 21, Field Gun-Magnum 20ga SxSAnother fantastic find from Tom’s Smoking Gun Labs, Winchester Model 21, 20 gauge, 3″ chambers, 100% superb condition. Work started: October 04, 1956, To pack: January 31, 1957 Outstanding feather crouch wood stock. Buffalo Bill Center factory letter. Price: $12,500

Serial Number: 30826

Winchester Model 21, Field Gun-Magnum 20ga SxS
Winchester Model 21, Field Gun-Magnum 20ga SxS

Chambers: 3 inches
Ejectors: Selective
Condition: 100%
Metal Condition: 100%
Wood Condition: 100%
Bore Condition: 100%
Barrels: 28 inches
Action: sxs
Triggers: Single
Gauge: .20
Stock: Straight grip
Stock Comb: 1-1/2″
Stock Heel: 2-1/4″
Fore End: beavertail
Butt Pad: Winchester
LOP: 14-1/2″
Finish: Field finish
Sights: red front, metal middle
Manufacture Date: 1956 – 1957
Choke Left: Full
Choke Right: Modified

William Evans .400/.360 Boxlock Side-by-Side Double Rifle
William Evans .400/.360 Boxlock Side-by-Side Double Rifle

William Evans .400/.360 Boxlock Side-by-Side Double Rifle: William Evans [From Purdey’s] 63 Pall Mall, St. James, London boxlock ejector double rifle chambered for the .400/.360 Purdey Nitro Express 2 3/4″ cartridge and London proved for Cordite 40 and a 300-grain bullet. This is the 9.3mm [.367] cartridge which is the best of the .400/.360’s.  Many rechambered to 9.3x74R when brass was unavailable. This one remains in its original chambering.  26″ dovetail lump ejector barrels with very good to excellent bores. Raised matted rib with doll’s head third bite. Three-leaf express rear sight with one standing and two folding leaves. Front sight with fine bead and flip up moonlight sight. Built on the venerable Webley Long Bar Action. Bushed strikers. Bottom tang extended to the steel grip cap. Reciever with 80% coverage fine English scroll engraving. Buttstock with a strong fiddleback figure.  14 5/8″ LOP to a checkered steel buttplate with widow’s peak. Neutral cast. Lever release forend.  Sling eyes fore and aft.  9lb 2oz This piece has every appearance of never having had any restoration. It is tight and on the face with very good to excellent bores. It has been used but not abused. Buttstock and forend solid and without repairs. Barrel blue at 94% with an even patina. Reciever is silver with an even patina. Checkering at 96%  Cased in its original brass cornered canvas trunk case with original trade label. This is classic British Empire stuff from the pre-war Golden Era of British gunmaking and built on the finest boxlock action body to come out of England.  Price: $15,900

Parker VH 16 Gauge Side-by-Side SUPER CLEAN, CRISP, UNTOUCHED GUN!
Parker VH 16 Gauge Side-by-Side SUPER CLEAN, CRISP, UNTOUCHED GUN!

Parker VH 16 Gauge Side-by-Side SUPER CLEAN, CRISP, UNTOUCHED GUN!
General Specs: Parker, year 1931, 16 Gauge, 6lbs 6oz, SxS
Serial Number: 234883
I get to see a lot of fine Parker guns in my business, and high-grade guns to boot, but this fine Parker, sn234883 built in 1931, stands out because of its CLEAN, UNMOLESTED condition.  Another nicety is that it is a full 1/4lb. lighter than most 16ga. Parkers built on the #1 frame, weighing just 6lbs. 6oz. and balanced perfectly on the hinge pin.  Look at the wood to metal fit, the checkering, the screws…they are factory original and superb.  All the finishes, including the wood finish, are factory original and untouched.  Virtually 99% factory case color remains on the receiver, bold and vivid (keep in mind the photo flash washes out some of the vividness. The colors show better in person), and 99% factory original blue on the barrels.  There is not one crack or split or repair anywhere in the wood, and the gun measures 14 1/4″ to the factory dogs head butt plate.  The 28″ barrels have no dings or pits, a few light handling marks, mirror perfect bores, unaltered 2 9/16″ chambers, rough barrel weight stamped at 3-5, and crisp clear lettering and rib matting. Even the factory jewelling at the breech face remains evident (see photos). You can look a long time and you will be hard-pressed to find a more genuine and crisp VH 16.  These guns are still a great investment, especially with high condition.  This is clearly an investment quality shotgun that has been carried and therefore can be used and shot with no loss of value.  If you want to see what near new, factory Parker case colors looked like, just check this one out.  They are not subtle, nor “pearlescent”, but bold and strong.  This fine Parker has it all; high factory condition, desirable features, good shooting dimensions, and the factory letter documenting the gun.  NICE!  Thanks for looking. Price: $8,950

Charles Daly – Miroku – Over Under – Field Grade – 20ga 28″ M / F – Round Knob Stock – Like New3″, M / F (.014 / .025),  Extractors, Single Selective Trigger, Round Knob Pistol Grip, LOP 14-1/8″, with Drop of 1-1/2″ to 2-1/2″. Weight 6 lbs. 11 oz. Excellent Plus Used Gun – Metal 99%, Wood about 97% with some minor handling marks. Price: $875

Charles Daly - Miroku - Over Under - Field Grade - 20ga 28" M / F - Round Knob Stock - Like New: 
Charles Daly – Miroku – Over Under – Field Grade – 20ga 28″ M / F – Round Knob Stock – Like New:

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