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Here’s another hammergun that’s making me crazy: 10 gauge V Chr. Schilling. I love old double barrels like this one, especially ones with color and finish like this Schilling has. Check out the arrow-head drop points, too. Awesome. This is a big 10 gauge, probably made in the 1880s as a waterfowler. I would love […]

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Charles Daly “made” some of my favorite double-barrel shotguns. I say “made” because Charles Daly was an importer and a marketer, not an actual gunmaker. Starting around 1875, he formed a partnership with August Shoverling and together they imported firearms under name “Charles Daly”. Most of these side-by-sides were made in the Suhl region of Prussia, […]

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Nadeau’s Auction Gallery in Windsor, CT, is having a firearms auction on Sunday, 10/21 @ 11am. There are a handful of nice doubles there, including a bunch of Garbis. A few of the side-by-sides that caught my eye are listed below. You can see all the guns in the auction here. UPDATE: A friend reached out […]

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