Here’s an as-good-as-it-gets, best quality James Purdey & Sons double rife. Of the 30,000+ firearms that Purdey has made, fewer than 400 of them have been hammerless double rifles.
The one you see here is .303, snap-action underlever, made on a Beesley action and in excellent original condition.
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Wow. Though I’m partial to the holland and holland double rifles after seeing skyfall….
Site looks great in mobile now! Thanks.
Yeah – that Purdey is sweet. Very nice to shoot, too. I had a chance to check out a H&H Royal DR, too. It was a big bore. Took some photos of the two rifles next to each other. I’ll put them up. Glad the update looks good.
Happy New Year.
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