At auction: a “holy cr@p” L.C. Smith, 8g, Grade 4…

Eight gauge L.C. Smiths are rare double barrel shotguns. I don’t know the exact figures on how many were made, but I bet it’s under 50 all together. These side by sides were made as waterfowlers, hunting that can be hard on guns, so mot of the one I’ve seen have been in fair condition. This one at in Julia’s upcoming auction is pretty typical. The one pictured below is not.

That gun is a Gr. 4 (1 of 2 made). It has 32″ barrels and it’s nearly-new, original condition. Spectacular. Best of all, a place called Laughlin Auctions in Edinburg, VA, is auctioning it off this weekend. So if you have to have it, go for it. Be prepared to go deep, though. This gun is attracting a lot of serious attention. I wouldn’t be surprised if it went for $25,000+. ┬áThere’s been a lot of discussion about this gun. Click here for the thread.

8g L.C. Smith Gr. 4 shotgun, 32″ bbls

8 gauge L.C. Smith Gr. 4 shotgun
8 gauge L.C. Smith Gr. 4 shotgun
8 gauge L.C. Smith, Grade 4, 32" bbls
8 gauge L.C. Smith, Grade 4, 32" bbls
8 gauge L.C. Smith, Grade 4, 32" bbls
8 gauge L.C. Smith, Grade 4, 32" bbls
8 gauge L.C. Smith, Grade 4, 32" bbls
8 gauge L.C. Smith, Grade 4, 32" bbls
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