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  A. H. FOX “DE” 12 GAUGE 30″ DOUBLE TRIGGER SIDE-BY-SIDE – ***RARE***: F/F CHOKES – DOUBLE TRIGGER – CIRCA 1920 ****RARE****RARE****RARE***. Price: $24,995 Stock Comb: 1 9/16″ Stock Heel: 2 5/8″ Stock Cast: NONE Fore End: SPLINTER Butt Pad: FOX FACTORY LOP: 14 1/4″ FRONT TRIGGER Rib: RAISED SOLID Finish: ORIGINAL Weight: 7 LBS 4 OZS Manufacture Date: 1920 Chokes: FIXED Choke Left: .045 Choke Right: .047 PIOTTI BSEE – […]

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A couple days ago I put up a post about a 16g Parker DHE on an O frame. That double is one of the grails of grouse hunting. The one you see here is another. While maybe not as coveted as the Parker, it’s still a SxS a lot of guys wish they could carry in October. Most […]

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I know what you’re thinking: What’s so rare about a 16 gauge Winchester Model 21? If that’s all this double was, I’d say “nuttin”. But this SxS has three important important features which push it in the holi-cr@p-that’s-hard-to-find category: double triggers, ejectors, and very shootable dimensions. The Winchester M21 was produced for 60 years: 1931 to 1991. […]

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Some guys like pointers; some guys like setters. And some guys even like dogs like Wirehaired griffons. If you’re one of those guys who like things that are a little different, this double is for you. It’s a Darne. Patented in 1881 by gunmaker Regis Darne, these double feature a very unique sliding actions which moves […]

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Here’s a nice looking, classic American double. It’s on Gunbroker.com now and the listing ends today, 9/24/2015, @ 9:40:00 PM ET. BTW: This is what a minty 16g A-Grade looks like. Rare Ansley H. Fox “A Grade” 16 ga. SxS shotgun: We have for auction a nice clean Ansley H. Fox of Philadelphia PA. “A Grade” […]

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Here’s an interesting Winchester M21. It’s up for auction now Gunauction.com at No Reserve and the listing ends May 10, 2015 @ 17:09:00 PT. I can’t imagine Winchester made many 16g 21s like this. Sixteens were never very popular, especially after the first World War, and by the time this gun was made 20 gauges were catching on […]

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If you’re looking for a nice O/U, here’s a 16 gauge German double that deserves your attention. This Merkel was made in 1951, and even though it’s 60+ years old, it looks pretty much new. These older Merkel over-unders are solid and incredibly well made. Even though they look a little beefy, they are surprisingly nimble shotguns. […]

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Sixteen-gauge over unders are not easy shotguns to find, especially ones in nearly-new, all original condition. That’s why this Browning Citori caught my eye. It’s a well made gun in great shape, and it’s in the greatest gauge ever made. I like sixteens. Because they tend to be smaller than twelves but bigger than twenties, […]

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When I think of Ithaca, the shotguns that come to mind are SxSs like the Flues, NIDs, and the Magnum 10s, as well as the company’s fantastic Model 37 pump (in 16 gauge, of course). The last shotgun I think of the one you see here: a  boxlock-style hammergun in 16 gauge with damascus barrels. […]

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Pre-war Boss 20 ga., 26-1/2″ barrels: Choked improved cylinder and modified (.007/.010).  Original 2-3/4 1oz. heavy proof. Raised concave game rib marked “Boss & Co. 41 Albermarle Street Picadilly London W”.  Built with the style and grace that these “golden era” Boss guns are famous for.  The petite “easy opening” action gun weighs a mere […]

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