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  PARKER DHE 20 GAUGE SxS: O FRAME, #235XXX, 30″ MODIFIED AND FULL 2 3/4, SINGLE SELECT TRIGGER, EJECTORS, SPLINTER FOREARM ENGLISH GRIP WITH SKELETON BUTT. EXCELLENT ORIGINAL CONDITION. THE BEST TO COME TO MARKET IN SOME TIME. 6LBS 14OZ X 2 1/4″ X 1 1/2″ X 14″. Price: $22,500 PERAZZI DHO SIDELOCK SXS  – TWO BARREL SET […]

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Here’s a great bird gun at an even better price. These Charles Daly / B. C. Miroku OUs are clones of Browning Citoris. Most of the 20 gauges you see out there have 26″ barrels. So with it’s 28″ tubes, this one is extra special. B.C. Miroku Charles Daly O/U 20GA: $899.99  Caliber: 20 Gauge Barrels: 28 Inches […]

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  Joseph Lang & Son Boxlock Side-by-Side Double Rifle, .470 NE: Includes leather case. Price: $29,999.99  Metal Condition: Good with scratches and some finish wear at the muzzle. Bright CCH on the receiver. Wood Condition: Very good with handling marks. Bore Condition: Shiny with good rifling. Barrels: 26 Triggers: Double triggers. Stock: Checkered walnut. Stock Dimensions: LOP 14½ Fore End: Checkered walnut. Butt Pad: Pachmayr Old […]

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I can be hard on American shotguns. Parkers, L.C. Smiths. Foxes, Lefevers, Ithacas –I’ve owned them all, and it’s not that I don’t think they’re decent doubles. It’s just that they’re WAY too expensive today. Once you get over the sentimental thrill of owning an “Old Reliable”, you realize the prices for Parkers and other […]

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Even though most people think of as just a fishing company, Orvis has been selling hunting clothing and gear for as long as I can remember. For a while, they partnered with Arrieta to import different models of side-by-side shotguns. The “Uplander” may have been their most basic model. I think it’s basically an Arrieta […]

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  1958 HOLLAND & HOLLAND ROYAL 12 GAUGE, 3 INCH CHAMBER SELF OPENER LIVE PIGEON GUN: #36328, with original Case. 30 inch barrel, 2 triggers. Includes letter from Holland and Holland. Additionally the Case was verified as matched to the gun in 1958 the original owner was from Peru and travel to England to have […]

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For most of the 20th century, Abercrombie & Fitch was the most famous name in American sporting goods. From a retail store on NYC’s Madison Avenue, and through catalogs sent out across North American, A&F sold everything from firearms to fishing lures. In 1938, the first spread of their Rifle-Shotgun catalog opened with the following […]

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When I first saw  this side-by-side I though “Holy Sh!t”. While sixteen gauge Winchester Model Twenty Ones aren’t hard to find, ones with 28″ barrels, double triggers AND ejectors are rarer than Irish men named Ari. Then I saw the gun’s wart: A buttstock with 3 5/8″ of drop in it. Whoever ordered it must […]

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Last April at the 2017 Southern Side By Side Spring Classic I had the good fortune to meet Keith Thomas, one of the world’s top gun engravers. Thomas began his engraving career in 1964 as an apprentice with Holland & Holland. He stayed with that famous London firm until he went own in 1975. Since then, […]

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If I had to pick one shotgun for all my shooting,  it be a British 12 gauge. And if I wanted to get a great deal, it would be the British 12 gauge you see here. This boxlock is built an Anson & Deeley action, a solid, time-tested design. The maker — Mortimer  — was […]

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