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A pre-owned Fabbri over & under 20 gauge with 26 inch barrels
A pre-owned Fabbri over & under 20 gauge with 26 inch barrels

Pre-owned Fabbri over & under 20 gauge with 26-inch barrels: Caliber: 20 gauge Action: Pinless Sidelock ejector Triggers: Single Safety: Non-Automatic Barrel Length: 26 inch Chamber: 2 3/4 inch Rib: Game solid rib Chokes: Under : Cyl – Over : 1/4 Type: Deluxe grade Walnut Length: 15 inches Grip: Classic Straight Hand Butt End Finish: Chequered Forend: Game style forend Description: Fine Boss style scroll Finish: Brush Silver Weight: 5 lbs – 14 oz Case: Single leather case Date of Manufacture: 1998. Price: $175,000*

Super Rare Luigi Franchi Condor SxS 20ga Matched Pair
Super Rare Luigi Franchi Condor SxS 20ga Matched Pair

Super Rare Luigi Franchi Condor SxS 20ga Matched Pair: It is very scarce to find a Luigi Franchi Condor model in 20ga inside the United States little alone a Matched Pair. This fine pair was constructed in 1950 for E. Casciano of Rome which was one of the largest provider of high grade guns in Italy at the time. This pair is identical in every way with the exception of the choking which I feel these were built for small gauge live pigeon competitions or for driven birds I am not 100% sure on either however a very nice pair indeed. This pair has the traditional square body actions which is uncommon for this model as well as the Full Coverage Best Quality Engraving as these were definitely special ordered and remain in excellent original condition cased in their original case which included”s two original keys . Seven pin locks with disc set strikers numbered in gold 1 & 2 on top levers and barrels & forends, ribs are concaved non matted tapered both with single bead front sights. Barrels are constructed of Vickers-Steel-Supercromato and are still remain as proofed in 1950. Price: $22,500*

Manufrance --- Ideal, Grade 4 --- 12 Gauge, 2 3/4"
Manufrance — Ideal, Grade 4 — 12 Gauge, 2 3/4″

Manufrance — Ideal, Grade 4 — 12 Gauge, 2 3/4: 27 1/2″ SxS cross-dovetailed chopper-lump barrels [like a Winchester 21] with sunken matted rib choked improved modified & extra full. 14 3/4″ pull from front trigger to Silvers thin red rubber recoil pad. 1 3/8″ – 2 3/4″ drop. 1/2″ cast off. Figured, oil-finished, European walnut stocks with Anson-release splinter forend, fine point-pattern skip-line checkering, straight English grip, and retractable sling swivel. Casehardened Manufrance Ideal round-body action with automatic ejectors, chamber-loaded indicators, double Purdey underbites and modified Bissell rising bite third fastener engaging active dolls head, easily operated via finger-lever behind triggerguard. Fine scroll engraved and with deeply-chiseled fences. Weight: 7lbs, 3/4oz. 99%blue. 80% casehardening colors. Tight, Excellent bores. Ejectors in time. Price: $7,450*

EARLY POST-WAR WINCHESTER MODEL 21 DUCK 12GA.-3” SHOTGUN WITH 32” BARRELS
EARLY POST-WAR WINCHESTER MODEL 21 DUCK 12GA.-3” SHOTGUN WITH 32” BARRELS

EARLY POST-WAR WINCHESTER MODEL 21 DUCK 12GA.-3” SHOTGUN WITH 32” BARRELS: CIRCA 1947. All original and never on market in excellent as found, untouched condition from family of the original owner. Bottom of frame stamped “DUCK”. Barrels marked “WINCHESTER PROOF STEEL” and both marked “FULL”. Serial in the 19,xxx range and matching. Selective factory single trigger, automatic ejectors and nickel bead front sight. Extra quality factory walnut checkered stock and beavertail forend with the original finish. Some minor oil staining. Excellent checkering which is original and not refreshed. Chip out of forend at the left front which is an easy repair by a good stock man. Original factory “WINCHESTER” pad(pliable and no shrinking or petrification). Length of pull 13 5/8″, 2 3/8″ drop at heel, 1 1/2″ drop at comb as backed up by accompanying factory letter. 98-99% original blue and all the original wood finish with only very slight wear. Monogram “JSB” inset in silver in pistol grip base. Perfect working order and excellent, bright bores. Has seen only modest use and is in it’s original condition which is rare for a Model 21 Duck as most saw hard weather use and many are refinished. They were only made until 1952. With factory letter. Price: $6,500*

RBL 28 by CONN SHOTGUN Mfg.- MOD RESERVE- OVERALL COND 99.5%- VERY NICE WOOD- 30" Bbls.- DOUBLE TRIGGERS- FACTORY CASED- 5 Lbs. 11 Oz.- AS NEW
RBL 28 by CONN SHOTGUN Mfg.- MOD RESERVE- OVERALL COND 99.5%- VERY NICE WOOD- 30″ Bbls.- DOUBLE TRIGGERS- FACTORY CASED- 5 Lbs. 11 Oz.- AS NEW

RBL 28 by CONN SHOTGUN Mfg.- MOD RESERVE- OVERALL COND 99.5%- VERY NICE WOOD- 30″ Bbls.- DOUBLE TRIGGERS- FACTORY CASED- 5 Lbs. 11 Oz.- AS NEW: #RBL002990, Connecticut Shotgun Mfg., New Britain, Ct. USA: A RBL Model Reserve 28 Bore with 30″ Ejector Shoe Lump Barrels, The bores at .549 .013 & .024″ (Mod. & Full), Factory marked Mod. & Full, 2 3/4″ chambers, Double Triggers, Splinter forend with a frontal Anson release, Straight hand stock at 14 7/8 x 1 1/2 x 2 7/16″ over a 3/4″ pad, It will go 15 1/8″ with a 1″ pad installed, It comes with the factory hard buttplate, Slight Cast-Off for the right hand, Very nice piece of wood with nice color contrast, 5 lbs. 11 oz., 75% coverage of engraving, It retains 100% original case colors, The barrels at 99.5, The buttstock and forend remain at 99.5%, The checkering remains at 100%, The bores are new. The gun is cased in the maker’s leather trimmed canvas trunk with accessories. The piece for all intents & purposes is a new gun. This is an ideal upland gun at 5 lbs. 11 oz. with a nice stick of wood that matches the forend color very well. This gun was test fired only and never went to the field or ever shot again. Price: $4,950*

 

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