William Evans – Boxlock Ejector, Side-by-Side, 12ga. 28″ Barrels Choked IC/M: Nicely figured straight grip stock, period pad, gold oval, double triggers, splinter forend, automatic ejectors, boxlock gun, dolls head extension, third fastener, 85% barrel bluing and wood finish, full coverage rose bouquet and scroll engraving, marked William Evens from Purdey’s on rib and receiver, a very nice gun. 6lbs. 8 oz.
14 5/8″ X 1 ½” X 2 ½” Price: $8,500
Stephen Grant & Sons, 15,000 series, SxS, Boxlock, 28 Ga: All original, Serial Number: 15047, Barrel Length: 28”, Condition: 90%, Metal Condition: 90%, Wood Condition: Great Condition with some oil soak, Bore Condition: Excellent, Action: Top lever break action box lock, Triggers: Twin Stock: Wood, Manufacture Date: Early 1900’s, Chokes: Yes, but unmeasured, Engraving: Full Coverage English Scroll, Extras: Ejectors, Chisel fences, drop points, English stock with flat top checkering, Case: Original Canvas Case. Price:$7950
Connecticut Shotgun Manufacturing RBL 28g, 28″ bbls: #RB1003201, 28 inch barrels, blue and case color finish, select walnut stock and forerarm, pistol grip, checkered, factory case containing a full compliment of accessories, still wrapped in tissue paper. Condition: NI case, I don’t think this piece has ever been assembled after it left the factory. Price:$4800
Here’s another chance to get a deal on a great little OU. This gun is on Gunbroker.com now and the online auction ends Tuesday, 1/5/2021 @ 6:09 PM.
Ruger built these Red Label OUs in three gauges — 12, 20 & 28. Everyone I’ve talked to says the twenty-eight is the winner of the bunch by far. Most of the ones you see out there have 26′ barrels, so the one you see here is special with its 28″ tubes. It looks like it’s in great shape, too.
Ruger Red Label over/under 28 gauge shotgun: 28 inch vent ribbed barrels with a nice bore and Two Cylinder Choke tubes. The metal is in excellent condition with a nice barrel blue and stainless steel receiver with no rust. Stock and forearm are the original in excellent condition with no cracks and nice original finish.
Here’s your chance to get a deal on the finest shotgun Ruger has made. This 28g Red Label is Gunbroker.com now with No Reserve. This online auction ends 12/17/2020 @ 7:46 PM.
My dad bought me a Ruger 10/22 when I was 13. I plinked a lot of cans with that rifle. and became a fan of Ruger firearms.
So I wanted to love the Red Label over-under was a shotgun. But they never did it for me, until I came across one of the 28s. All the sins the 20- and 12-gauge models committed — too heavy, crappy fit & finish, no real “fee” — were missing from the 28.
The Ruger Red Label introduced in 1977 and built until 2015. The first Ruger Red Label were were 20-gauges with 26″ barrels. The company started offering 12s in 1979, and in 1994 they introduced the 28g. Twenty-eights came with 28″ & 26″ bbls, and with straight grips & pistol grips, and they were lightweight, dynamic little guns regardless of how they were setup.
RUGER RED LABEL 28GA OVER UNDER SHOTGUN (LNIB) 1996: POSSIBLY UNFIRED AND RARE 28GA RUGER RED LABEL SHOTGUN WITH 26″ BARRELS. THIS RUGER WAS MADE IN 1996, IT HAS FACTORY CHOKE TUBES, AND I HAVE NEVER FIRED IT IN THE LONG TIME I HAVE OWNED IT. THIS RUGER HAS BEAUTIFUL WALNUT STOCKS, THERE IS 2 SMALL SAFE DINGS THAT I HAVE PICTURED. THIS RUGER COMES WITH ITS ORIGINAL BOX, AND 4 CHOKE TUBES. THE 28GA IS A RARE FIND IN ANY CONDITION LET ALONE AS NICE AS THIS ONE. DO NOT MISS OUT ON THIS BEAUTIFUL RUGER.
CSMC RBL 28 ga 28 inch Deluxe wood English Stock, Auto Eject, Cased: RBL002862, Caliber/Gauge: 28 Ga., Barrel Length: 28 inch, Sights: Factory Original, Bore: Excellent, Rib: Solid, Choke: Improved Modified/ Modfied
Chamber: 2 3/4″, Length of Pull: 14 3/4 inches, Drop Comb: 1 1/2 inches, Drop, Heel: 2 1/4 inches, Weight: 5.52 lbs, Cast: Neutral, Finish: Factory Original, Grips/Stock: Factory Original. Beautiful nice little light weight CSMC model RBL chambered in 28 gauge. 28 inch barrel, bright shinny bores, automatic ejectors, double gold triggers, straight English stock, beautiful deluxe wood. Two little blemishes on the finish shown in the pictures. Comes with the original case, paperwork, cleaning rod, caps and oil can. Price: $4750
Belgian Browning Super Light Superposed 20 Ga: Consigned to Cole’s is this very nice Belgian Browning Superposed Super Light in 20 ga with 26-inch barrels. The shotgun bears serial # 223PW02990. The bores are excellent. The upper barrel is choked Mod (**) and the lower is choked IC (**-). This shotgun weighs in at 5lbs 14 oz, a true super lightweight. The shotgun has a long tang, straight grip. The LOP is 14 ¾” and terminates with a Decelerator recoil pad. The stock has various minor nicks and dings from days afield. The gun is nice and tight and there is no looseness to be found open or when in battery. The bluing is just starting to flake from the bottom of the receiver from carry. Some very minor loss of factory finish is observed along the tang as well. Again, this from honest use pursuing dove and quail. One of the best I have seen or found out here in a very, very long time. Price:$4650
BEAUTIFULLY MADE DOUBLE BARREL 14 GAUGE PERCUSSION SHOTGUN BY JOHN BLANCH: Gun is nicely done. Beautiful delicate engraving on the locks. Straight grip stock is in good condition with sharp checkering. Some missing wood on the left side forward of the lock. Trigger guard retains most original blue as does the safety release. Barrels are 31 inches and retain most of the bright Damascus pattern. Locks and upper tang retain 60-70% bright blue. A very beautiful gun. Nicely fitted in oak case with cleaning rod, leather shot cap and powder flask. Case has the John Blanch & Sons label inside the lid. A high quality gun. Price:$4,500
W.J. Jeffrey – BLE – 12ga 28″ – Appears Original: 2-1/2″, 28″ CYL / F (.000″/.036″) Ejectors, Auto Safety, LOP 14-1/4″, Drop 1-1/2″ to 2″, Cast Off, Weight 6lbs 6oz. Mechanically Sound. Barrels ring and have plenty of wall thickness. Price:$1950
WESTLEY RICHARDS Deluxe Droplock Ejector Express .405 win Mfg 1907 and still like new: Serial # 16839, Country of Origin England, Barrel Length (in Inches) 26″, Trigger SST (Single Selective), Stock Configuration Capped Pistol Grip with trap (trap contains spare fitted strikers), English cheek piece, Forearm Type Splinter Forearm, Rib Type 1/4 Rib with express sights (1 standing and 2 folding), Receiver Finish Casehardened, Engraving Type WR deluxe Scroll Engraving with game scene cameos, Other Options Flip up night sight with folding hood, Checkered panels with drop points, Deluxe flat checkering, Original Silvers pad, Original O&L case, Gold Oval, Perfect bores, Condition EXC. Plus Condition, Weight 9lb #8oz, Dimensions 1 1/2″ x 2 1/4″ x 14 5/8″ with 3/8 cast off, Other Details Mfg 1907. Price:$69,000
Connecticut Shotgun Mfg. ~ RBL Launch Edition ~ 20 Gauge: RBL Proof steel, barrels marked “RBL LAUNCH EDITION 20ga 2 3/4″ CONNECTICUT SHOTGUN MFG. NEW BRITAIN CT. USA” on right and left respectivley with 2 3/4″ chamber with automatic ejectors, single bead sight on rib. Vibrantly casehardened box lock action with full coverage scroll engraving on crosshatch shaded backgrounds with single trigger with selector, and automatic sliding tang safety. Multi-point checkered forearm with Anson style push-button latch and straight stock with serrated plastic buttplate. Metal Condition: Excellent with light wear marks, Wood Condition: Great Dark Color with no deep scratches or cracks., Bore Condition: Clean and Shiny, Stock: Checkered straight stock, Weight: 6LB 6oz, Sights: Single Bead, Chokes: Right: Skeet, Left: IC. Includes: MOD,FULL, IMP MOD. Extras: Comes with Factory takedown case. Price:$3,999.99
Beretta S686 Special 28 Gauge Over Under with 28″ bbls: Fixed full and modified chokes, engraved receiver. Chambers: 2 3/4 inch with ejectors. Metal Condition: Very good, a few scratches. Wood Condition: Very good, a few scratches. Bore Condition: Bright and shiny. Barrels: 28-inch vented rib.Triggers: Single curved trigger. Stock: Checkered, semi-pistol grip, wood. Stock Dimensions: 14-inch LOP. Fore End: Checkered, finger groove, straight, wood. Butt Pad: Beretta branded black plastic plate. Weight: 6 lbs. Sights: Steel bead front. Chokes: Fixed full and modified chokes. Price:$1,499.99
Brand new Chapuis Super Orion O/U C35 28Ga 30″ barrels: A brand new Chapuis O/U with double triggers, straight grip and 30 “ barrels. 2 ¾” chambers, bores measure .550 with fixed chokes (Improved cyl – Improved modified). Round action with trigger plate locks, Coin finish with English style engraving coverage with pheasants, partridges on the sides of the receiver and German Short Hair under receiver. The shotgun weighs 5 pounds 14 OZ . English stock in a nice piece of Turkish walnut with the following dimensions: 15 ½” LOP over ¼” wood plate, 1 ½” and 2 ½” drop and 3/8” cast off. As usual on a Chapuis product, the trunnions size , rear lump interlocking and locking surfaces are ample to insure an extremely long mechanical lifespan. I trust them enough to offer a lifetime mechanical warranty to the original owner. Price: $4,990
A.D.JANSEN OVER UNDER BOXLOCK EJECTOR 28 GAUGE: 26 3/4″, IC AND FULL 2 3/4″, SOLID RIB, DOUBLE TRIGGER, EJECTORS, FIELD FOREARM, ENGLISH GRIP, CHECKERED BUTT, EXCELLENT CONDITION, 5LBS 6 OZ, 2 1/4″ DAH,1 3/8″ DAC, 14 1/2″ LOP. Price:$4,950
Bernardelli SXS, 28 GA, 26″ barrel, double trigger ejectors: Full and Improved modified chokes. The stock is in very good condition, does have a few light handling marks on it, has been hunted with. The barrels and bore are in great condition. Barrel walls measure 5.84mm. The drop at the Heel measures 2-3/8″ and the drop at the comb measures 1-1/2″. Excellent overall condition. Price:$1,699.99
E.J.CHURCHILL PREMIERE XXV 28 GAUGE: 25″ BARRELS, 007″ AND 010″, 2 3/4″, DOUBLE TRIGGER, EJECTORS, SPLINTER FOREARM, ENGLISH GRIP, MAKERS CASE, MINT ORIGINAL CONDITION, 4LBS 12 OZ, 2 1/8″ DAH, 1 5/8″ DAC, 14 1/16″ LOP. Price:$28,500
Westley Richards 20 Bore Drop Lock Deluxe: This is the early variation that has the removable bottom plate. Engraving is the Deluxe style with dogs and game with deep relief Chisel type scroll. Overall condition is about excellent. Engraving is crisp, checkering is sharp to the touch and well defined. Barrels show the typical early style of London re-black. Bores are mint. Absolutely beautiful gun. Barrels: 28 Inch with 2 1/2″ Chambers. Bores; .624 R & .625 L Min. Wall: .024 R & .026 L, Chokes: IC & Mod. Constrictions: .008 R & .020 L, Engraving: Deluxe Grade Game Scene and Relief, Action: Hand Detachable Lock (Droplock), Stock: High Quality Circassian, Butt: Half Inch Black Pachmayr Old English, L.O.P.13 3/4″, Weight5 lbs. 14.7 oz, Stock Dimensions:1 3/8″ x 2 1/8″ x 13 3/4″ with 3/8 cast off at heel and 1/2 cast off at toe. Price:$25,900
James MacNaughton ~ This is the rare and sought after Skeleton Frame gun which is so beautiful!: Hammerless Sidelocks – This is the highly sought after Scottish round action with the skeleton frame giving it the appearance of a bar in wood. What a joy this would be to carry on that late winter snowy pheasant hunt. Where the metal action-ed double would be nice in your hand, this lovely killing machine with mostly wood in the hand would be warm to the carry. Serial Number: 2087, Ejectors: Yes, Barrels: 28″, Barrel Type: Steel, Action: Trigger plate round action, Gauge: 12 gauge, Stock Comb: 1 9/16″, Stock Heel: 2 3/16″, LOP: 15 7/16″ ( 14 3/8″ of wood), Weight: 7 lbs. 1 oz., Choke Left: .013 IC, Choke Right: .006 Skeet, Proof:Nitro: 2 1/2″, Minimum Wall Thickness Left: .030″, Minimum Wall Thickness Right: .027″. Price:$16,500
Joseph Manton SxS Flintolock 22-bore: Incredibly rare 22-bore, double-barreled, flintlock Sporting Gun, initially completed in 1815 and cased complete with the original Manton parts for the field conversion to percussion ignition, ca. 1820. Weight: 5 Lbs 12 oz. Stock Dimensions:
14 5/8”x 1 1/8”x 2 1/8”x straight. Superb 30” rebrowned Damascus barrels with no dents or dings, excellent bores (.599”/.599”) and walls (both .060”-.033”). Joseph Manton Patent, Platinum-lined, touch holes. Manton Patent Stepped-in, and Inverted, Breeches which allowed for faster ignition in addition to directing rainwater away from the pan and toward a rectangular drain hole in the center of the breech allowing the water to flow out a hole in the bottom of the trigger plate just in front of the trigger guard bow. The Manton Patent Elevated Top Rib is engraved, “Joseph Manton’s New Improvements by His Majesty’s Patent”. Absolutely peerless quality locks, also loaded with Manton Patented features; Cocks, reinforced at the neck, Patent Hammers (frizzen’s), Gravitating Stops, with platinum-inlaid counterweights, to prevent the cock accidentally falling during loading with cocks inadvertently left at full cock. In addition to all these features, included with the gun are the parts and tools for rapid field conversion to percussion ignition (can be accomplished in under 2 minutes for each lock), likely added by Manton, ca. 1820. Locks tight and mechanically perfect in every way. Tang screw, side nail, both cock screws, and left frizzen replaced by LDA. The iron mounts are all nicely engraved in the pattern common to Joe Manton sporting guns of the late flintlock, 1815 -1817, era. The Figured Walnut stock has a repair to the head done by LDA and an old minor repair to the wood just forward of the finial on the trigger plate. Overall, the stock is in fine condition showing minimal wear and no abuse. The whole is cased in an ultra-rare original, two-tiered (for a pair of Manton double flintlock sporting guns), Joseph Manton case complete with all period accessories and a proper original Trade Label from the 1815-17 period listing many of the Manton Patent features found on the gun. This extraordinarily rare gun represents the ultimate development of the British flintlock sporting gun by, arguably, the greatest British Gun maker who ever lived, having all of the best innovations present and in working order on a single firearm by Joseph Manton. Overall, mechanically perfect and in fine condition throughout with traces of original finish. Price:$75,000
PURDEY – BEST DELUXE EXTRA FINISH, TWO BARREL SET, 12 GAUGE/12 GAUGE:
29″ BARRELS, M/F CHOKED – 29″ BARRELS, SK/IC CHOKED – DOUBLE TRIGGERS – HINGED FRONT TRIGGER – ORNAMENTAL ENGRAVING – 3 1/4 TON PROOF – BEAVERTAIL FOREND & SPLINTER FOREND – TURKISH WALNUT STRAIGHT GRIP STOCK – CHECKERED BUTT – SIDE CLIP – 3RD FASTENER – RAISED MATTED RIB – MAKER’S LEATHER MOTOR CASE INCLUDED 7 LBS. 11 OZ. 14 3/4″ X 1 3/8″ X 2 1/4″. Price:$49,500
Beretta AS-20EL OVER UNDER SHOTGUN (S 22364): 27 1/2″ barrels. Ic/mod. Solid rib. Double triggers. Long length of pull to a checkered butt. Straight grip. All the good stuff. 5 lbs. 11oz. One small depression in the stock (see photo) otherwise about perfect. Price:$8450
Perazzi MX28 (S138143) OU SHOTGUN: 28 guage. Ejectors: Yes. Condition: Good. Barrels: 30”. Stock Comb: 1 3/8”. Stock Heel: 2 1/8”. Fore End: English. LOP: 14 5/8”. Weight: 5lb 8oz. Single selective trigger. Perfect bores. Really pretty wood. Few knicks and scratches but a dandy little bird gun. Comes with Perazzi hard case. Chokes: Briley. Price:$7950
PARKER DHE 28 GAUGE: #2374XX, OO FRAME, RARE 30″ BARRELS 008 AND 018 2 3/4, DOUBLE TRIGGER, EJECTORS, BEAVERTAIL FOREARM, ENGLISH GRIP, SKELETON BUTT, EXCELLENT, ORIGINAL CONDITION, 6LBS 4 OZ, 2″ DAH, 1 7/16″ DAC, 14 7/8″ LOP. Price:$49,500
William Evans 12 gauge boxlock (30″, “Pall Mall”): This is a very nice William Evans 12 ga. boxlock with double triggers.The automatic selective ejectors are robust. The gun sports 2 3/4 ” chambers and is a joy to shoot. Serial Number: 9426. Chambers: 2 3/4″. Ejectors: Automatic Selective. Condition: Very Good. Metal Condition: Very Good. Wood Condition: Very Good . Bore Condition: Very Good. Barrels: 30″. Gauge: 12. Stock Comb: 1 3/8″. Stock Heel: 2 1/4″. Stock Cast: Off. LOP: 14 3/4″. Weight: 6 lbs., 7.7oz. (6.48lbs). Manufacture Date: Circa 1909 . Chokes: IM / F. Choke Left: .696.” Choke Right: .707″. Case: Original canvas, wood, leather. Price:$4500
BROWNING Superposed – Superlight – 20ga – As New in Box – With Briley Chokes: 1970 – Browning Superposed Superlight – 20ga, 26-1/2″, 2-3/4″, Briley Chokes (CL / SK / IC / LM / LF), Tapered Vent Rib, English Stock, Game Forearm, LOP 14-3/4″ to a 7/8″ Leather Covered Pad, Drop 1-1/2″ to 2-1/4″, Weight 5 lbs. 13 oz. Someone took a MINT As New in Original Box Superlight and turned it into a perfect upland shooting machine. The gun looks like it was NEW when they started the project, and not used after the modifications. The checkering is really sharp. The pad is perfectly executed. The metal is 99%. The gun is so tight it still has to be pushed open. The wood finish appears to be a satin lacquer. A Great Gun! Price:$3650
L.C. Smith Quality 2E 20 Gauge: This L.C. Smith 2E in 20 gauge is in overall very good condition. The wood on the stock and forearm has very appealing grain and is an English style stock. The barrels are also in very good condition retaining a very good amount of bluing. The engravings on both sides and the bottom of the receiver are still very apparent. There does appear to be a slight repair on the forearm as seen in the picture of the forearm. This would make a very nice addition to a collection of American shotguns. Curio/Relic: Yes, Chambers: 2 3/4 inch side by side with ejectors. Metal Condition: Very good with light handling and wear marks. Wood Condition: Very good with few handling marks. Bore Condition: Good condition for the age of the gun. Barrels: 28-inch blued barrels with solid rib. Triggers: Single trigger. Stock: Checkered walnut in the English style. Stock Dimensions: 14-inch LOP 1 1/2 inch DAC and 2-inch DAH Fore End: Checkered walnut. Butt Pad: Black original butt plate. Weight: 7 lb 7 oz. Sights: Front and mid bead on a solid rib. Chokes: Improved Cylinder/Modified Price:$2,999.99
W. W. GREENER – FH 35 – 12 GA.: 27” BLS. IC/MOD. – WITH GREENER’S “WATERSHIELD” RIB – REPLACEMENT STRAIGHT HAND STOCK 15 3/8” X 1 3/8” X 2 5/16” X 3/8” CAST OFF – CHAMS. 2 ½” WITH 1 ¼ OZ. PROOF – A FEW STOCK DINGS AND ONE DING IN RIB. SOME BLUE WEAR ON BLS. Price:$2,500
In 1984, America’s favorite vintage double-barrel shotguns — the Parker — was reborn as Parker Reproductions. The brainchild of Parker collector Tom Skeuse, these guns were made in Japan by Olin-Kodensha, builders of Winchester 101s.
Today, these doubles are perfect for people who want vintage-gun character without all the vintage-gun hassles (worn out parts, poor repairs, lousy stock dimensions, etc).
Parker-Winchester DHE 28ga, 28″ M/F: Double triggers, pistol grip stock, splinter forend, and skeleton buttplate. This gun has some thinning to the case colors and light handling to the stock finish. Factory case and dust cover included. Price:$4,495
Parker Reproduction SXS 28GA, Double Triggers: 26″ barrels choked IMPROVED CYL/MOD. Perfect bore – bright and shiny. Metal finish is in excellent original condition. No loss of case colors. LOP 14 1/4″. DAH 2 1/4″. DAC 1 1/2″. All screws are clean and show no sign of screwdriver use. A few very minor handling marks in the wood finish from being in the safe. Complete with canvas covered leather case and snap caps. Price:$5,995
Like New CSMC RBL Launch 20 gauge Auto Eject Double Trigger Straight Grip Exhibition Wood Cased 28 Inch Barrels: We are proud to bring you this listing for this like new condition CSMC RBL Launch Edition 20 gauge side by side shotgun. This shotgun features a set of 28 inch barrels, like new bores, screw in chokes (Sk/Sk/Mod/IM/Full) and choke tool, checkered splinter forend, automatic ejectors, double gold triggers, case colored and engraved receiver, checkered straight stock, exhibition wood and the factory butt plate. The length of pull is 14 ¾ inches, 1 ½ inch drop at the comb, 2 ¾ inch drop at the heel and a total weight of 6.36lbs. This comes with the original factory case, snap caps, etc. Price:$3750
Army Navy 12g SxS Hammer gun: Some bluing on the trigger guard. Some case colors on locks, hammers, and receiver. Barrels have patina. Bores good some freckling. Chambered 12 ga, 2 1/2″. Right barrel .729″, Left barrel .702″. Gun is tight, no cracks in the wood. 30″ barrels. Hammers have been broken off and reground. Price:$1500
Suhl ~ H. Bachstadt ~ S/S ~ Boxlock ~16 Ga: This is a Belgian made side by side shotgun with German proofmarks from Suhl chambered in 16 ga. with 27 1/2 inch blued barrels. The barrels are in very good condition with most of their blueing, the receiver is in very good shape with most of its case color, the stock is in good condition with minor nicks and dents, the bore is in very good shape and is still shiny. Chambers: 2 1/2″, Barrels: 27 1/2 inch blue with solid rib., Triggers: Double triggers., Stock: Checkered walnut with pistol grip., Stock Dimensions:, LOP 14 inches., Fore End: Matching Schnabel forearm with checkering., Butt Pad: Black plastic plate with checkering., Weight: 5 Lbs. 15 Oz., Sights: Brass front bead on solid rib., Chokes: Fully choked barrels. Price:$1,199.99
WESTLEY RICHARDS Deluxe Droplock Express .303 Savage Cased in Orig O&L case, Mfg 1907 Near new all original condition: Serial # 16840, Barrel Length: 26″, Trigger SST (Single Selective), Stock Configuration Capped Pistol Grip with trap (with spare front sight inside), Checkered panels with drop points, Pancake cheek piece, Forearm Type Splinter Forearm with horn insert at tip Rib Type 1/4 Rib With express sights (1 standing and two folding), Engraving Type Westley Richards style Ornamental Scroll Engraving with game scene of elk on bottom and a Tiger on the trigger guard Other Options Original Oak & Leather case wit accessories, Very fancy wood, Heel & Toe plates with checkered butt, Night sight, Floding front sight hood, Bolted safety, Sling swivels Condition EXC. Plus Condition Weight 8#7oz Dimensions 14 3/8″ LOP Other Details Mfg 1907, Amazing all original condition. Price:$65,000
Winchester Model 21, 12ga, 30″ barrels, Custom Special Order: Standard grade Model 21 with fancy wood. Special ordered with exceptional wood in 22 L.P.I. in classic kidney pattern and oval grip cap. Canvas case with leather straps…letter of authenticity included. Serial Number: 16009, Chambers: 2 3/4 inch, Ejectors: Yes, Condition: Overall 95-97%, Metal Condition: 95%, Wood Condition: 98%, Bore Condition: Mint, Barrels: 30 inch, Triggers: Single Selective, Stock Drop: 1 9/16″ at comb, 2 1/2″ at heel, Stock Cast: None,Fore End: Beavertail (trap style), Butt Pad: Checkered Wood, LOP: 14 inches, Rib: Solid, Finish: Gloss, Weight: 7 lbs, 14 ozs, Manufacture Date: 1940, Choke Left: Fixed Modified, Choke Right: Fixed Full, Extras: Case, Authenticity Papers, Case: Yes. Price:$7,000
Beretta S03 Sidelock Game Gun 12ga: 28″ Boehler Antinit Steel Choked IC/Full 2 3/4″ Chambers, Double Trigger 1 1/2″x 2 1/2″ x 15 1/4″, Length to wood 13 7/8″ with 5/16″ spacer + 1″ Leather Faced Pad, This was a Factory Butt Plated Gun and still has the curve in the wood a plastic butt could be installed if someone wanted to do that. Production Date 1970, Chokes are original to gun and so marked on the barrel. PRICED TO SELL!!!! Price:$5750
Connecticut Shotgun Manufacturing Co. Special Order Model RBL 28 Gauge With Case: Ordered on November 1st 2007. This side by side shotgun’s serial number is RBL 002874. The order number is 67710. It comes with its luggage carrying case in the English Style. This 28 gauge has the following features, Upgraded American Walnut, Splinter Forend, Straight Grip, Barrels 28 Inch Modified And Full, Single Selective Trigger, Auto Ejectors and “Pull” at 14 3/4 Inches. The frame is engraved and color cased finished. This shotgun has seen very little use or being fired. It is in very fine to almost unused condition. The accessories in the case are in the English style and in unused condition. This is a Stunning looking shotgun that handles great! It is nicely balanced and comes up nicely. Price: $4,500
Browning BSS Side Lock, Sidelock, 12ga, New: 28″ with fixed Mod and Full. Gun is new but no box, sorry, box was lost in a move. CLEAN gun, just one little ding as shown. SN is 010xxPT918. 1 5/8″ DAC, 2 1/8″ DAH, 14 3/8″ LOP, 1/8″ Cast off, 6 pounds 8 oz. Price:$3,999
Lot: 1089, PARKER DHE GRADE SXS SHOTGUN: Cal. 28 Ga. S# 207714. Bbls. 28″ w/ 2 3/4″.chambers. Choked imp. cyl. & mod. 1924 Production. Single trigger serial numbered to gun. 00 Frame, ejectors & color cased hardened action. Blued bbls. Capped pistol grip stock. Skeleton buttplate. Splinter forend. LOP: 14 1/8″. DAC: 1 5/8″. DAH: 2 1/2″. Weight: 5 lbs., 14 oz. CONDITION: action retains 60% original color case hardening w/ colors fading to gray w/ noticeable wear along sharp edges & where carried. Bbls. retain better than 90% original blue w/ slight fading around forend & unusual engraved rib legend. Wood remains proud to metal w/ some scattered compression marks. Wood grain is rather plain w/ some very light fiddleback. Checkering remains crisp w/in skeleton buttplate. Grip cap remains crisp. Bores are bright & shiny & measure .552″ right & .550″ left. Action locks up tight & on face though top rib extension shows slight gap at breech end. (19-154/TB). CURIO. Estimate $20,000-28,000.
It’s a 28 gauge Parker BHE built in 1916. When it was made, Quality B.H. guns were the 4th down in the company’s lineup, below the A. No. 1 Special, the A.A.H., and the A.H. (the first Invincible was completed in 1923).
Parker only made 1,034 B.H. grade guns. That’s not many, especially for a company that built 247,000+ doubles in all. Most of those B.H. grades were 12s. As it says below, only four were 28 gauges.
Parker Bros. BHE, 28ga, original 26″ Acme Steel barrels. Double triggers, automatic ejectors, and automatic safety. 1916. 1 of 4 made. “00” frame. Double triggers, automatic ejectors, and automatic safety. The gun is fabulously engraved with scroll and floral pattern – a special order feature. It has 2-7/8″ original chambers with excellent bright shiny bores, measuring .563 right and .557 left. Full length matted top rib with proper original Acme barrel legend. The gun has a capped pistol grip, inlaid with a gold cap and a large “H” engraved on the cap. Original skeleton buttplate with traces of original blue remaining. Stock dimensions in the factory letter are LOP of 14-1/4″ with drop-at-comb of 1-3/4″ and drop-at-heel of 3-1/8″. The gun has these exact specifications today. Weight is 5lbs 7oz – exactly as found in the PGCA letter. Barrel blue is excellent and all original and appears to be in the 75% range. Price:$59,500
Here’s a great Mother’s Day gift for any mom who’s into upland hunting. If you fortunate, she may let you use it.
I’ve gushed about these Berettas many times before. Imported into the U.S. in the late ’60s and early ’70s, they were good deals in their day. Today, they’re one of the best buys you’ll find in a bird gun.
Simple, rugged, and well made, this 28g is a ton of gun in sexy, lightweight package. And its 28″ barrels make it extra special.
It’s on Gunbroker.com now and the listing ends tomorrow, 5/13/2018 @ 4:29 PM.
Beretta BL-3 28ga 28″, Over Under Shotgun: Choked M/F. This is a gun you do not see very often but it is a real sweet gun. It weighs just under 6 pounds and shoots like a dream. There is a reason these little guns are so popular. Take a good look at the photos as the gun is in good shape but does have a few blemishes. some spots on the blueing of the toplever and a crack in the toe of the stock are the most noticeable. This will make an excellent quail or small gauge clays gun.
Ruger has built some good shotguns and some not-so-good shotguns.
The Red Label OU you see here is one of the good ones, and it’s 28″ barrels make it a bit special.
With 2 3/4″ chambers and screw-in choke tubes, it’s versatile enough for grouse, quail, woodcock, and doves. It’s also affordable–and all American.
Bidding on this one starts at $995 and is happening now. It’s a No-Reserve action, ending 4/12/2018 @ 12:19 PM.
Ruger Red Label 28g O/U Shotgun: Beautiful Ruger Red Label 28g over/under shotgun, stainless receiver, nice wood, 28″ barrel. Inside barrel is clean. Top barrel has a Ruger improved cylinder choke, bottom has a full choke. The stock has a few typical dings from use. Bluing is good with a little wear on the edges of the vent rib on the right side, a ding on the left side of vent rib and a few scratches under barrel as pictured. We do not have a the box.
J. Purdey & Sons – Best Sidelock Three Barrel Set – 20 ga: Price: $48,500.00
Item Number: PUR22212
Shotgun type: SxS
Grip: Straight Grip
Lop: 14 1/2 ”
Pad thickness: ”
Type of butt: Checkered Butt
Drop comb: 1 5/8 ”
Drop heel: 2 5/8 ”
Cast amount: 1/4 ”
Weight: 6 lbs, 4 oz
Manufactured in: England
Manufacture Year: Finish: Case Colored
Overall condition: Very Good
Stock condition: Very Good
Metal condition: Very Good
Stock: Original finish
Metal: Original finish
Type of Case: Leather Luggage Case
Serial # 192528
Choke R SKT(.005)
Choke L IM(.020)
Trigger DT (Double)
Stock Configuration Straight Grip
Forearm Type Splinter Forearm
Rib Type Matted Concave Rib
Receiver Finish Casehardened with traces remaining
Engraving Type Border Engraving
Other Options Dogs head butt plate, “0” frame, 2 3/4″ chambers
Condition VG Plus Condition
Dimensions 1 3/8 x 2 1/4 x 14 1/2 with 0 cast
Other Details Mfg 1921
number 237237 completed on June 25, 1935. This is a Remington Era Parker. This shotgun’s rare features letter up nicely. Straight stock, 12 Gauge, 26-inch barrels, single trigger and large fore end. The Parker research letter listing all options is included. Condition is excellent with much of the original and bright Remington Era case color remaining on the receiver. The barrel blue is also excellent with some light handling and wear. Twin ivory beads. The barrel flats are marked SKEET IN & SKEET OUT. Frame size is 1 1/2. The original straight stock is excellent and has a LOP of 13 1/4 inches from the REAR POSITION Parker single selective trigger over a Larry DelGrego & Son pad. Nice original and timed action screws. Drop at heel is 2 3/4 inches and drop at comb is 1 1/2 inches. The original Parker Beavertail fore end is in excellent condition with no chips or cracks and sharp original checkering. The shotgun is tight on the face with strong ejectors and proper functioning Parker single trigger. Weight is light at 7 pounds 9 ounces. Excellent bores. This is a fantastic highly optioned Parker Remington Era Skeet shotgun with a great Parker Research Letter that lists all options. Go to ironmenarms.com for more pictures. Price:$4550
& Fitch Co. New York. Has P.D. engraved on the trigger guard. Price:$1,499.99
Manufacturer: SN: N988343
Caliber: 12 GA
Chambers: 2 3/4 inch
Metal Condition: very good to excellent conditon, a handfull of minor scratches on the barrels, a couple of nicks on the bottom of the barrels, most of the color is left on the receiver, most of the bluing on the barrels is still intact
Wood Condition: very good to excellent condition, a few minor dings and marks on the stock and fore end
Bore Condition: bright and shiny
Barrels: 28 inch
Triggers: double, smooth triggers
Stock: checkered pistol grip with grip cap
14.5 inch lop at the front trigger, 13.5 inch lop at the rear
Fore End: checkered splinter style
Butt Pad: Deceletator rubber pad
Weight: 6.85 lbs
Sights: tapered solid rib with single brass bead
Chokes: fixed, right barrel: Cyl. left barrel: Imp. Cyl.
Extras: none, no box or case
Item Location: Kansas City, KS
FRANCHI – Instinct L – 20ga – 28″ Chokes – Factory New: 2014 – Franchi Instinct L – 20ga, 3″, 28″ Single Selective Trigger, Ejectors, Prince of Wales Grip, LOP 14-3/4″ Drop 1-1/2″ to 2-1/4″, Weight 6 lbs 3 oz. Factory New Gun – Very Low Price. These are well-made guns that balance and handle very nicely. Price:$975
Beretta OUs are some of best doubles out there, especially the earlier models like these two. Both of these shotguns are coming to auction next week. If you’re looking for a great bird gun, you need to check them out.
Beretta Model 686 Quail Unlimited Covey Limited Edition Over/Under Shotgun: With fitted pair of 20 ga. barrels, #QU2770, 28” vent rib 28 ga. barrels and 28” vent rib 20 ga. barrels, both fitted for Beretta mobil-chokes (28 ga. IC/IC.; 20 ga. IC/Mod.) Receiver with six gold quail inlaid on sides, plus gold QU logo inlaid on bottom, Beretta logo and other markings, ”1 of 750” on right-hand side; nice dark European walnut wood; 28 ga. forend with Schnaubel tip; 20 ga. is standard; buttstock with 14.5” length of pull to original Beretta pad. In Browning two-barrel hard case. Mfg’d 2003. Condition is excellent showing very little use, with few small handling marks to buttstock. Lockups are tight, bores are bright. Estimate: $1,500-$2,000.
This gun is a Piotti “Lunik”, part of the company’s top-of-the-line King series of side by sides. Along with it’s incredible engraving and great wood, it’s metal-to-metal fit is fantastic and the wood-to-metal fit is just as nice.
Piotti was founded in the 1960s by brothers Araldo & Faustino Piotti (“fratelli” means brothers). One of their early guns was used in the ’72 Munich Olympics to win a gold medal and for decades professional pigeon shooters have relied on Piottis to win big money.
Arguing is a great American pastime, and these days, people seem to be more committed to it than ever before. So lets take a time out and talk about something that’s not controversial: The Ruger Red Label.
From the moment the Red Label was introduced in 1977 to when it was finally put to rest in 2016, people have had strong opinions about this over-under shotgun. Lovers liked how it was American made. Haters disliked its heavy weight, sloppy wood-to-metal fit and non-existent quality control.
The Red Label was first made in 12 and 20 gauge. These are these models earned the gun its reputation for being a heavy, cumbersome pig. But in 1994, Ruger introduced their 28 gauge version of this shotgun. It proved to be the one that got just about everything right.