Here’s a good deal on a side-by-side shotgun. It’s a 12 gauge boxlock ejector by Peter Mischitz. I’ve never heard of this maker, but from what I’ve been able to dig up it sounds like Peter Mischitz worked in the Ferlach region of Austria around the time of World War 2.
I’ve seen Austrian/German boxlocks like this before, so I think it was probably supplied by the trade and then finished off by the maker on a as-ordered basis. A couple things make this gun special: all the color on the action, the ejectors, and, most importantly, the straight-grip stock. All together, these special features add up to make this shotgun a
Here’s more about from the dealer’s listing:
AUSTRIAN SCALLOPED BOXLOCK DOUBLE BARREL SHOTGUN: 12 gauge … 28″ raised matted ribbed barrels … 2 3/4″ chambers … choked Mod/ImpMod … weight 6 lbs 6 oz … LOP 15″ over Old English recoil pad … drop comb 1 1/2″ … drop heel 2 5/8″ … cast neutral … side clips … double triggers … ejectors … automatic safety … sling swivels. Bores are excellent, action is tight. The color case has faded to about 50%, the wood rates very good to excellent with a few use marks and the barrels retain 90%+ of the original blue. Price: $1,999.99