JOHN DICKSON & SON 16 BORE SIDELOCK EJECTOR: W/28″ 1/4-1/2 CHOCKED NITRO STEEL BARRELS. 100% FINE SCROLL ENGRAVED, D/T, P/G WITH GOLD OVAL AND CHECKERED BUTT. 5LBS 14OZS, 1 3/8 X 2 3/8 X 14 1/2″. CASED IN FACTORY CANVAS AND LEATHER CASE. #6268. CIR:1910. Price: $11,500
Alex Martin BLE 12 gauge for 2-inch shells: Serial Number: 6841, Ejectors: Yes, Barrels: 26 inches, Triggers: Double Trigger, Gauge: 12 Gauge, Stock Comb: 1 1/2 inches, Stock Heel: 2 1/8 inches, Fore End: Splinter, Butt Pad: 3/4 inches, LOP: 14 3/4 inches, Weight: 5 lbs. 8 oz. Price: $5,995
Fine Lightweight L.C. Smith Specialty Grade 20 Bore – Superb Original Case Color: This gun was made in 1917 with 26″ barrels, double triggers, splinter forend, capped pistol grip buttstock. The gun remains in superb condition with more than 80% original case color, 99% restored wood finish, 97% plum barrel blue. Trigger guard blue has been restored. The gun has a super original stock with lovely figure and the original buttplate. Bores are bright and shiny. Mechanics are crisp. Price: $5995
Webley & Scott – Model 720 – 26″ IC / IM – All Original – Nice Shape: 2-3/4″, IC / IM (.005 / .020), Ejectors, Double Triggers, English Stock, Checkered Butt, Splinter Forearm, LOP 14-3/4″, Drop 1-1/2″ to 2-3/8″, Neutral Cast, Weight 5 lbs. 14 oz. Nice Original Gun that has been used in the field. Barrels 98+%, Wood 95+%, Frame shows some loss of finish – probably 85%. Price: $3650
PARKER VH – 20 GAUGE – 28″ MOD AND FULL – 0 FRAME WITH ORIGINAL CASE COLOR: Here is a Parker VH 20 Gauge “0” FRAME. Original case color in protected areas. Vulcan Steel Barrels – 28″ with mirror bores. Right bore measures .615 with 15/1000 Choke (Mod). Left barrel is .613 with 27/1000 Choke (Full). Chambers measure 2 5/8″ (Slightly less than 2 3/4″). All screw slots in nice order. Extractor gun. No loose ribs – barrels ring well. Tight on face with no wiggle. Auto safety. All serial numbers match. Configuration verified in Parker Book. Weight of gun is 6 LBS 5/8 OZ. Stock dimensions follow. LOP – 14 3/8″, Drop at Comb – 1 1/2″, Drop at Heel – 2 5/8″. Price: $3,350
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How come no person Evers mentions gun or cases from Armslist or Craigslist?
Luv boswell guns let me know of any good ones tks
Where can I get information about the online auction?
Is Dogs and Doubles a magazine? I’ve never seen one.
Thank you for your time.
Hey, Joe. I don’t look at those sites for firearms stuff. No time.
Thanks for your comment.
Yeah – they’re nice. I usually point out good ones when I see them.
If you’re referring to the guns I posted, click on the links for more information about them. All those guns are listed on Gunsinternational.com. I’m not selling them, just pointing them out for other people.
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