Small bores are THE shotguns to have today. For every 12 gauge I come across, I must see a dozen twenties. The smaller gauges are also popular, and I know lots of guys who snap up any decent 28g or .410s they can find.
This demand has popped the prices on the real small gauges, So when I saw this 28 gauge and .410, I thought “Shit, those look like pretty good deals.”
Take a look for yourself and let me know what you think.BTW: all info is from the sellers
When’s the last time you saw a decent .410 SxS for this kind of money:
Dumoulin Boxlock .410: 14″ LOP To Plate, 28″ BBLS. Price: $975.00. The action is clean, coin finish, double triggers, strong blue on the plate and furniture. The barrels are 28″ with good blue and bores 2 1/2″ chamber. The stock is a straight hand/ Splinter with a 14″ lop to a steel plate, 2 1/4″ drop at heel, 1 1/2″ drop at comb, the wood is worn with handling marks throughout and has been pinned at the head. The pin is solid and could be cleaned up. A nice little gun for a project. 4lbs 15oz
And looks like short money for a modern, nearly new 28g O/U. I love the straight grip, too:
Browning Citori Lightweight 28 GA: 26″ bbls, 2 3/4″ chambers, Mod & Full, Excellent wood & metal finishes, Single Selective Trigger, Straight grip. 14 1/8″ LOP to butt plate.