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Here’s a chance to get a great deal on one of the best upland guns America has ever made. Ruger’s Red Label O/Us tend to be clunky and a bit cumbersome in 12g & 20g. But the 28 gauge models are a different beast altogether. Light & lively, they are one of the handiest O/Us […]

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Arrieta Model 871 SxS 16 Gauge: Price:$4,229.99 Metal Condition: Excellent Wood Condition: Excellent Bore Condition:Bright And Shiny Barrels:28″ Triggers: Double Trigger Stock Dimensions: 14 1/4″LOP And 13 1/4″LOP Weight:6 lbs. 2 ozs. W. C. Scott Premier Hammer Double Barrel Shotgun in 10 gauge: This is one of the highest grade Scott guns one could buy […]

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Cowan’s Auction’s Fall 2014 Historic Firearms and Early Militaria sale is today Wednesday, 10/22, starting at 10am. There are a number nice looking percussion shotguns in the sale and this decent looking Cogswell & Harrison hammer shotgun. There’s also this little double, which is sure to attract plenty of attention. Lot 921 – Parker VH […]

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PARKER BHE TRAP VENT RIB 12 GAUGE:  #207XXX #1 FRAME 32″ VENT RIB FULL AND FULL 2 3/4 SINGLE SELECT TRIGGER  EJECTORS BEAVER TAIL FOREARM ENGLISH GRIP EXCELLENT ORIGINAL CONDITION WITH CASE COLORS  8LBS 7 OZ X 2 1/4 X 1 7/8 X 14 1/2. Price: $16,500 ULTRA RARE 20 GAUGE WINCHESTER MODEL 21 TWO […]

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Here’s a beautiful, high-quality shotgun you rarely see: It’s a 12 gauge Charles Daly O/U made in Prussia by F. W. Heym. It’s on Gunbroker.com now and the online auctions ends on Sat, 10/18/2014, @ 12:46:55 AM ET. Charles Daly was an importer, not a maker, and his company had doubles built in Europe for […]

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Here’s one of the finest German O/Us I’ve ever seen. It’s a sidelock Merkel Paragon, made in 1928 and ordered for an American through A.F. Stoeger’s in New York City. I spotted this shotgun at the Orvis Game Fair Show a couple weekends ago. The gun is built on Merkel 303-style action with Double Kersten […]

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The Fox Sterlingworth was one of the most popular American doubles of all time. From 1910 to about 1940, A.H. Fox and then the Savage Arms Company built around 140,000 of these great side-by-side shotguns to shooters throughout North America. Most were “Standard” or “Field” guns. A few were true Sterlingworth “Trap” guns. First offered […]

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A.H. Fox Historic Live Bird Side-by-Side CE-grade 12 Gauge shotgun: Offered is a very high original condition Fox CE 12 Gauge factory Live Bird NO Safety shotgun.  This fine historic Fox was ordered by JW Keifer.  We have compiled some interesting history on the Honorable JW Keifer including his service as the YOUNGEST Union General […]

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I don’t pay a ton of attention to Spanish shotguns. Not that I have anything against them. Many Spanish doubles are well made, and some of them are bargains. I think this 16 gauge SxS by Ugartechea is both. Ugartechea has been around since 1922 — a long time for a Spanish gunmaker — and […]

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J.P. Sauer and Son is one of the world’s oldest gunmakers. Founded in 1751, they’ve been building all sorts of guns for a long time now. Some of these guns have been beautiful side-by-side shotguns. The side-by-side shotgun you see here was probably made for the American market between 1910-1930. I love the scalloped action […]

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