Westley Richards – SxS, 28ga. 25″ Barrels Choked F/M. CASE INCLUDED: Full & Modified SxS, 2 3/4″ chamber, automatic ejector, Churchill style rib, proof at 3 1/4 tons, coin finish receiver, with game scenes of flying quail and woodcock, surrounded by magnificent scroll, the bottom of the frame has a pointer surrounded with scroll, straight grip, checkered butt, double trigger, automatic ejector, in English – canvas case, Gun is as new and unfired with case accessories. 5 lbs. 7 oz. 15 1/4″ x 1/2″ x 2 x 1/16″. Price: $13,995
Fabulous high original condition Ithaca NID Model 4E 20ga – All original and near mint – Best example I’ve seen: Absolutely dynamite all original Ithaca NID Model 4E 20ga. Made with 26″ Fluid steel barrels, splinter forend, gold plated double triggers, auto ejectors, automatic safety. Gun has very nice flame figured American Walnut capped pistol grip buttstock with original buttplate. Engraved in beautiful and tasteful Grade 4 pattern as seen in the photos. Gun is accompanied by a Cody Firearms Museum research letter identifying it as found today including the original initials in the gold stock shield. Gun remains in superb all original and investment grade condition. Barrels with nearly all of their original blue. Frame with more than 95% bold original case colors throughout. Stocks are sound and near mint with nearly all of their original finishes remaining. Checkering is crisp and untouched. Bores are brilliant and shiny. Mechanics are perfect. Gun shows very very little use. Ithacas have only recently started gaining the collector interest that they deserve when compared to other makers and have an incredibly bright future with the records having come available to collectors. This gun is as good as they get for untouched and all original in every respect! Price: $12,950*
1907 Parker A5 Quality BHE 12 Gauge Double Pigeon Gun w/ 30″ Acme Steel Barrels ** Mod./Full **: This is a VERY classy and beautiful Parker Brothers “Quality A5” BHE 12 gauge double “Pigeon Gun” with 30″ inch “ACME” fluid steel barrels choked “Full” and a tight “Modified”. Built in 1907, this gun originally had a capped pistol-grip stock set according to the Parker book, but is now stocked with a straight-gripped and checkered American Walnut stock set that has been on the gun at least 30 years that we know of, and likely much, much longer. When we acquired it the butt was fit with a white spacer and a collapsed rubber pad that was hard as a rock! We had the white spacer removed and a new pad that looks period-correct installed in place of the collapsed hard one. The length of pull was kept the same as it would have been if the old pad wasnt collapsed, at 14″ inches from the front trigger to the end of the pad. The rest of this spectacular gun is in exactly the same configuration as the book says it was when it left the factory, a “Quality – A5″ BHE Grade on a size 2 frame with double triggers, ejectors, and 30” inch Acme steel barrels. As you can see from the pictures, this has some spectacular factory hand-cut engraving on it consisting of floral/scroll patterns. You will notice that there is a panel on each side and the bottom of the receiver with particularly striking engraving with more relief than the engraving around them. These side panels are round in shape and feature two types of flowers with 7 blooms in each one. The panel on the bottom is rectangular and is also a floral pattern, with two types of blooms and 5 total flowers surrounded by leaves. The remainder of the engraving is made up of intricate scroll designs and some classic patterns and detail work. The receiver still shows some faint case colors in some areas, with the protected areas having much more vivid colors. Where there are no case colors showing on the receiver it is a very pleasing light gray color. The receiver as a whole has a very uniform patina to it, with no blotches or areas that look out of place. The gloss blue finish on the barrels, the lower tang, the forearm hardware, and the triggerguard is handsome and bright, showing only minor wear and handling marks. There are no eyesores or bad spots that stand-out. All of the screws are original and in good shape, with many “timed” together and only a few that have a little marring of the slot. All of the markings on this gun outside of the engraving are 100% legible, crisp and clear, including the water tables. The face of the receiver is in excellent condition, with no damage to the firing pin holes and no circular primer ring erosion visible. This Parker never had a safety, as you can see the upper tang is solid and not plugged. This is very common for a gun made for live pigeons as these competitive shoots generally are “no alibi”, meaning you do not get another chance to shoot for forgetting to take off the safety, or a safety malfunction. The barrels on this beautiful Parker are 30″ inches with a solid rib, ejectors, and 2.75″ chambers. We measured the constriction and the barrels are choked at the very tightest end of “Modified” and a normal “Full”. The bores in both barrels are clean and bright with no dents, bulges, pitting, or defects of any kind. The checkered Walnut stock set is in very good condition and quite attractive. It shows some very nice dark figure in it, and the checkering still looks sharp. Both the forearm and buttstock are free from any major damage, cracks, chips, or repairs. Both parts are nice and tight to the gun with no wiggle, and the joints between metal and wood are tight. This double is in perfect working order, and the barrels are perfecty on-face and lock up rock-solid to the receiver. Price: $12,250*
Browning Superposed 20 Gauge – 1959, SOLID RIB, 97%, Over Under Belgian Shotgun: General Specs: Browning, Year 1959, 20 Gauge, 6lbs. 4oz., Chokes IC/LM, LOP 14 5/16″, DAH 2 1/4″, DAC 1 7/16″ Serial Number: 14157 The Browning Superposed is one of the finest over/under shotguns in history and one of John Browning’s most brilliant designs. Produced in Belgium, running strong from 1931 through 1977 when traditional production stopped, The Superposed is well known in the upland world here and abroad. Here we have the venerable Browning Superposed Grade 1 in 20ga. with hard-to-find field chokes. Most of these guns are found with skeet chokes and are less desirable. This gun has 26.5″ barrels choked IC/LM, the perfect upland gun. As you compare this gun to others, keep in mind that the most desirable Superposed guns are the SOLID RIB, FIELD CHOKED, LONG TANG, ROUND KNOB guns built before 1966. This 6lb. 4oz. gun (ABOUT ¼ POUND LIGHTER THAN MOST), sn14157 built in 1959, is all factory original and still retains 98% factory finish on wood and metal…it is an untouched, factory original Browning Superposed Lightning (except M/F chokes were changed to IC/LM)! The stock has the original curved butt with factory butt plate intact measuring 14 ¼” LOP. The finish is factory original hand-rubbed varnish with the expected field marks but nothing notable. Price: $3,250*
Browning Citori 20 ga O/U shotgun 26″ Barrels * Engraved * Ejectors * Light Weight * Upland Special Browning Citori 20 ga Over Under Shotgun. I believe this is the upland special version (feel free to reach out and correct me if I’m wrong). The metal is 98% and mechanically in perfect condition. the stock has multiple handling marks and dings from field use. Most of these marks could be polished out but some are deeper and would not. Very light and easy handling shotgun. It has a single selective trigger with auto ejectors. It comes with Two installed choke tubes in Improved cylinder and Modified. It has fine scroll engraving on the right and left side of the steel receiver and the bottom has a gold feather. Just a great upland bird gun. 14-1/4″ LOP and 26″ barrels. Price: $1,549*
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