Someone needs to buy this great looking Scottish side-by-side right away. This gun was made for Charles Ingram Gunmakers, of Waterlook St. Glasgow– a business that began in 1835 — and it looks like it has a lot of original finish. I love the scroll engraving and the reddish cast of the wood, too. This SxS has post-1925 and post-1954 proof marks on it, so it has been reproofed. I would take a close look at the wall thicknesses and also check to see if the barrels have been reblued.
British boxlocks like this are some of the best deals in the vintage gun market, so I’m sure it will sell quickly.
|Stock:||Checkered Walnut With Sraight English Grip|
|Stock Dimensions:||15″ LOP|
|Fore End:||Checkered Walnut Fore End With Anson & Deeley Latch|
|Butt Pad:||Black Hard Rubber|
|Sights:||Brass Bead Front|
|Chokes:||Improved Cylinder (.008″) / Full (.040″)|