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FABBRI OU PIGEON GUN IN 12 GAUGE - 29 5/8" BARRELS
FABBRI OU PIGEON GUN IN 12 GAUGE – 29 5/8″ BARRELS

FABBRI OU SIDELOCK PIGEON GUN IN 12 GAUGE – 29 5/8″ BARRELS: Spectacular engraving featuring ribbons, scroll, vines and flowers. Gold Inlay pigeon in the forend. Bores at .732. Briley chokes. Chambers at 2 3/4″. Barrels are Phonix Steel and marked as such. Weight of gun is 7 LBS 10 1/4 OZ. Stock dimensions: LOP 14 3/8″ (13″ to end of wood), Drop at Comb – 1 7/16″, Drop at Heel – 1 3/4″. Price: $25.750

RARE HARRINGTON & RICHARDSON GRADE C HAMMERLESS BOXLOCK DAMASCUS 12 GAUGE DOUBLE GUN SERIAL #1 CIRCA 188230” Damascus barrels choked Improved and Full with original 2 ¾” chambers. Made as “Heavy Duc” weighing 9 pounds. Engraved on the rib “HARRINGTON &

RARE HARRINGTON & RICHARDSON GRADE C HAMMERLESS DAMASCUS 12 GAUGE DOUBLEGUN SERIAL #1 CIRCA 1882
RARE HARRINGTON & RICHARDSON GRADE C HAMMERLESS DAMASCUS 12 GAUGE DOUBLEGUN SERIAL #1 CIRCA 1882

RICHARDSON, WORCESTER, MASS. U.S.A.”. Frame engraved with maker’s name on both side in a banner cartouche. Water table engraved “ANSON & DEELEY’S/PAT. FEB. 1, 1876 NO. 1”. Excellent and all original with most of the Damascus finish on the barrels and considerable blue, grey case hardening on the frame. Floor plate with modest amounts of blue. Walnut pistol grip checkered stock and forend with the original finish in fine condition. Factory logo embossed hard rubber butt plate. Mint bores and perfect working order. Of special note-several sources including the late Norm Flayderman consider this the first American made hammerless double barrel shotgun. Serial number “1” would make this exact gun the very first American hammerless double barrel shotgun (1st of the 1st).  Price: $6,500

Parker VHE (Ejector) 20 ga., 28" Steel bbl, Factory Single Trigger, Made in 1928 "0" Frame
Parker VHE (Ejector) 20 ga., 28″ Steel bbl, Factory Single Trigger, Made in 1928 “0” Frame

Parker VHE (Ejector) 20 ga., Side-by-Side, 28″ Steel bbl, Factory Single Trigger, Made in 1928 “0” FrameHere is a used Parker VHE, auto ejectors, 20 gauge, Perfect lightweight “0” Frame, 28″ barrels (Rt–IC fixed choke, Lt–IM fixed choke with bright shiny bores).  20 gauge shotgun extremely light and balanced but enough gun for geese or long range sharptails. Built in the roaring 20’s when America was great!  The perfect balanced Parker is a 20 gauge on the “0” frame with 28″ barrels–arguable the best!!  Original finish, Rare Factory single trigger, 70% case colors on left side of receiver, 35% on right side of receiver, 90% case colors on the water table, bottom of receiver shows wear probably from leather glove from hours of being carried in the field. Screws are unblemished. Original grip cap and blank shield, wood shows handling marks from normal use. Left side of forearm shows slight chip at the front near the barrel. Please see pictures. Price: $6,500

ZOLI /F.RIZZINI 28 GAUGE SxS SHOTGUN:
ZOLI /F.RIZZINI 28 GAUGE SxS SHOTGUN:

ZOLI /F.RIZZINI 28 GAUGE SxS SHOTGUNA CLEAN SMALL FRAME BOXLOCK NON-EJECTOR IN 28 GAUGE WITH 26″ BARRELS, CHOKED IC/MOD, VERY GOOD CONDITION. LOP 14 3/4″- 1 3/4″- 2 9/16″. 4 3/4 LBS. Price: $2,200

REMINGTON MODEL 1894 AE BOXLOCK DOUBLE BARREL12 gauge. 30″ Damascus bbls with matted rib. Choked improved cylinder & full. VG bright bores. Bbls retain most all the Damascus pattern. 2 3/4″ chambers. Vivid case colors on the frame and trigger guard. Checkered walnut pistol grip buttstock in VG condition. Checkered Remington Arms buttplate. LOP 14-1/8′. DAC 1-5/8″. DAH 2-1/4″. Features double triggers, and automatic safety. Ejectors work properly. Price: $ 1,275

REMINGTON MODEL 1894 AE BOXLOCK DOUBLE BARREL
REMINGTON MODEL 1894 AE BOXLOCK DOUBLE BARREL

Good gun alert: a new Webley & Scott 28 gauge side-by-side….

Webley & Scott Model 702, 28 Gauge, double barrel shotgun
Webley & Scott Model 702, 28 Gauge, double barrel shotgun

Here’s another deal on a double: Webley & Scott Model 702 in 28 Gauge. This shotgun looks brand new, and it comes in its original case with accessories. Price? Just $2999.

Harrington & Richardson imported Webley & Scott boxlock side-by-side shotguns into the US in the early ’70s. Here’s another in 20 gauge. Check out the price on that 20g and you’ll see why this 28 gauge is such a steal.

With drop points and a some scroll engraving, the 702 was a step up from Webley & Scott’s workhorse Model 700. Even though this 702 has short bbls (25″), I bet it would be deadly on quail and woodcock over pointers.

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