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What’s better than a double-barrel shotgun? How about a triple-barreled one. While long guns with 3 barrels aren’t hard to find, top-quality 3-barrel shotguns are extremely scarce. John Dickson & Son made a few 3-barrel SxSs, and so did Westley Richards and  Boss & Co. Today, Johann Fanzoj builds high quality triple-barreled shotguns. These are best-quality […]

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This nice looking leg o’mutton case is on Ebay now. The listing ends tomorrow at Monday, 2:43PM, EST. So if you like it, bid away. BTW: I’ve bought a couple cases from this seller. He’s first rate, and the cases I bought from him were just as described and very nice. Vintage mutton leg shotgun case. […]

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John Dickson of Edinburgh, 12g Round Action SxS shotgun with super rare sidelever: The Dickson round action is arguably considered to be the most elegant of all the side by side shotguns. Combine this with what is thought of as the most elegant of opening methods, the side lever, almost nirvana of the sidelock shotgun has […]

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Here’s another nice looking leg o’mutton case — perfect for your vintage double. It’s on Ebay now with a Buy it Now price of $89.50 and the listing ends Wednesday, 8/26, @ 5:09PM. BTW: Be sure you take a look at all the pics on Ebay before you buy it. VINTAGE LEG O MUTTON LEATHER GUN […]

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Here’s a great way to start an affair with nice American doubles. With 28″ barrels and what looks like an all-original finish, this Fox Sterlingworth is nice. And the price  –$1095 — makes is even nicer. From 1910 to about 1940, A.H. Fox and then the Savage Arms Company built around 140,000 Sterlingworths. Most were 12 gauges, […]

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It’s rare that a twelve-gauge, A-grade Fox excites me. But when I saw this one, I started doing the mental math to figure out how to pay for it. With it’s straight grip and 32″ barrels, it’s an unusual A grade. But even though the gun looks right, that butt stock has me scratching my head. Is it […]

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Here’s another nice double coming up this Friday at Poulin’s Auctions. This one is a hard to find 12 gauge, EE-grade Lefever with a straight grip. It looks like it’s in excellent original condition – especially for a 100+ year old SxS. I’ve always thought Lefevers were the best-looking American doubles. With their sideplates, and […]

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Parker DHE 28ga SxS Skeet Gun (Remington Era): A beautiful RARE 28ga DHE Skeet gun has 26in barrels  skeet in /skeet out has a 00 Frame  single trigger Beavertail straight english stock to a checkered butt  gorgeous wood  one mark otherwis mint silver oval  no initials  98% easy case colors and blue. Price: $49,000 BERETTA – […]

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A double-barrel shotgun is a couple barrels, an action, a trigger or two, some walnut, and a few other parts. Sometimes, though, it can be a whole lot more, too. While this 12 gauge L.C. Smith Field may look like it’s just a nice SxS with a ton of original condition, the story behind it […]

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Here’s a great looking American double that’s very hard to find. It’s an L.C. Smith No. 5, and it looks like it’s in excellent original condition. Best of all, it’s on  Gunbroker.com now at no reserve. The listing ends Thursday, 2/12/2015, @ 5:30:45 PM ET – so if you like what you see, you’ve got […]

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