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 been obtained. Only 26 round action Dickson guns were ever built. Great near perfect Damascus barrels with beautiful bores and excellent minimum wall thickness. Stock dimensions are excellent. If it were mine to keep and shoot I would have us remove the wood extension and install a best quality leather covered pad. This only costs and extra $300 and only takes two weeks. Built early in 1903. Price: $27,500
Browning Superposed – A1 Superlight – 20ga – OU – English Stock Schnabel Forearm – IC / IM Choke: 1982 – Browning Superposed – A1 Game Gun – 20ga, 26-1/2″, 2-3/4″, IC / IM, English Stock, Schnabel Forearm, LOP 14-3/8″, Drop 1-7/16″ to 2-1/4″, Weight 5 lbs. 15 oz. RARE Variation. Same gun as U.S. Market Superlight. During this period, there were no Grade I Superposed guns being produced for the U.S. Market. Price: $4,550
BERETTA – – RARE – – S56E – 20ga – 2 Barrel Set – O/U – Double Triggers – Ejectors – Prince of Whales Grip: 1968 – Beretta S56E – 20ga 2 Bbl Set – 26-1/2″ IC / M & 26-1/2″ F / XF, Double Triggers, Ejectors, Prince of Whales Grip, LOP 14″, Drop 1-3/8″ to 2-1/4″, Weight 5 lbs. 11 oz. Very Rare Gun:
- Hand Engraved
- Double Triggers
- Round Knob Stock
- Two Barrel Set
Ithaca Grade 2E, Side-by-Side, 10 Gauge 3 1/2″ Magnum: 32″ BARRELS, FULL AND FULL, VERY GOOD BLUE, MIRROR BORES, TWIN IVORY SIGHTS, AUTOMATIC EJECTORS. TYPICAL ENGRAVING PATTERN WITH A WOODCOCK ON THE RIGHT, QUAIL ON LEFT PLUS SCROLLWORK AND BORDERS, FADED CASE COLOR, EXCELLENT, ENGRAVED SCREWS, TOP LEVER TO FAR RIGHT. PISTOL GRIP STOCK, SPLINTER FOREARM, NICELY FIGURED WOOD AND NEAR PERFECT CHECKERING. GREAT DIMENSIONS 1 3/8″ X 2″ X 14 1/4″, 10 POUNDS. LATE GUN, NO COCKING INDICATORS. SERIAL NUMBER OVER 500,OOO. SCARCE – ONLY 164 GRADE TWO 10 GAUGE MAGNUMS WERE PRODUCED. CIRCA MID 1930’S. ALL ORIGINAL FINISH. Price: $4,750
William Powell & Son, Carrs Lane, Birmingham, SxS, 10g, For Fisher & Long, Detroit, Michigan: 10 gauge bar-in-wood William Powell, # 4834, built in 1872, 30 inch barrels, tight as new, 11.3 pounds, heavy, but the gun handles very well, imp cyl-mod choke in both barrels, patterns well, light pitting, could be honed out, these barrels are thick. The gun shows use, but not heavy use, screws are untouched, checkering is still good, now worn or recut, no cracks in stock, which is very stout. Barrels have not been cut, border engraved. Price: $1,950
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A 10lbs 3.5″ 10ga with a WC on one side and a quail on the other? Awesome! Talk about bringing enough gun!
Yeah – it would really reach out and get those woodcock that flush at 50 yards.
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