One of the most versatile shotguns you can own is a lightweight twelve gauge. And that’s exactly what you see here. This side-by-side is on Gunbroker.com now and the online auction ends today, 7/22/2019, @ 4:42 PM, EST.
Thanks to all the different loads available for a 12 gauge, a SxS like this is perfect for everything from grouse and woodcock to pheasants and even quail.
1982 12g Westley Richards, Anson & Deeley Boxlock: SERIAL NUMBER: GN147, Caliber/Gauge: 12 Gauge – 2-¾”, Barrel Length: 26” Factory Length, Chokes: Imp Cylinder / Modified, LOP: 14-3/8” to Factory Plate, Drop at Comb: 1-¼”, Drop at Heel: 2”, Cast: Cast Off for right-handed shooter, Pitch: 2.2 Degrees, Bore: Excellent: Bores are shiny and smooth with no signs of rust or pitting.
Stock: 80% – Very Good: Stock and forend in original, factory configuration. Checkering is sharp and without defect. Finish is strong throughout with minor wear. Light handling marks visible with no cracks, chips, dents or gouges present. Handling marks do not do through finish.
Metal: 80% – Very Good: Original, factory bluing on barrels is dark and strong. Case color on receiver is approximately 50% remaining, with areas of dark, contrasting color and other areas of little to no color remaining. Steel is smooth to the touch with no rust, oxidation or pitting present. Light handling marks present on inspection.
Original, 1982 Westley Richards, Anson and Deeley Boxlock in 12 gauge. Includes factory, takedown case.