When he founded his business in 1982,
Doug Turnbull never guessed it would grow to become the pre-eminent
gun Restoration Company in the USA. With a staff of 10, located
in Bloomfield, NY, Turnbull Restorations specializes in the accurate
re-creation of Historical metal finishes on period firearms.
From polishing to final finish,
they can do bone charcoal case hardening as well as charcoal blue,
rust blue and nitre blue finishes.
Doug Turnbull says, "Every
time we restore a firearm, a little piece of me travels back with
it to the owner. I take great pride in knowing that the "new-again"
gun will now serve yet another generation ..."
award winning Winchester 1886 .50 Express Rifle
As a natural off-shoot of the Restoration
aspect of the business, they also offer a selection of beautifully
restored period shotguns, handguns and rifles.
Turnbull's Winchester 1886 .50
Express Rifle won The Best Upgrade Award at this year's Gold Medal
Concours d'Elegance of Fine Guns held at The Vintage Cup at Orvis
Sandanona, Millbrook, NY in September. The rifle was converted
to takedown, re-stocked, engraved, carved and re-finished.
If you would like some "award
winning" work done to your favorite gun, call Turnbull Restorations
New from Steve Sidki: 011-44-1474-812690
New Perugini Visini 12g O/U Sporting Clays/Trap guns. Available
in 30" or 32" barrels , all with exhibition
grade wood and all superbly engraved by master engraver
Claudio Tomasoni. Some guns are yet to be engraved and can
be engraved to your taste. Drop out trigger group .
I will also supply an extra trigger group.
Choked Full and 3/4".
Price $ 19,000 US
For more info. contact Steve SIDKI Tel: 011-44-1474-812690
or visit www.gunstockblanks.co.uk
|We have asked some of
our trusted friends and respected dealers to send us a selection of
the finest guns they have for sale. If any catch your eye, please
contact the party directly. We offer this only as a service to our
customers, friends and fellow-dealers.
The following listings from Fieldsport 231-933-0767
Winchester Model 21, Grade
3, Deluxe Trap, Circa 1931 12 Ga. 2 3/4" Briley Chokes,
32 inch vent. rib barrels, SST, EJ, PG, beavertail, 14 1/2"
LOP to original Winchester pad, 8 lbs. 3 oz., excellent
condition! Asking $12,995.00. Call Fieldsport at 231-933-0767.
Marcel THYS A&D Boxlock 20 Ga., 2 3/4" Choke,
full & full, 28 inch barrels, DT, EJ, SG, beavertail,
15 inch LOP, 5 lbs 14 oz., game scene and scroll engraving,
excellent condition. Asking $19,995.00. Call Fieldsport
EJ. Churchill Premier Round Body 0/U 20 Ga., 2 3/4"
Teague chokes, 30 inch barrels, SNST, EJ, Prince of Wales
grip, field, 15 1/8 LOB 6 lbs. 6 oz., Current retail $72,000.00
and 2 year wait. Asking $58,000.00. Call Fieldsport at 231-933-0767.
From: K. Duglan at 011-44-1582-842280 or
Henry Atkin Ltd.
spring opening, sidelock ejector, 28 inch chopper lump barrels,
2 1/2" inch chambers, bored right imp/cyl., left 1/4
choke. 14 1/2" inch straight hand, well-figured stock
to a chequered end. Full bouquet and scroll engraving, 6
lbs 5 oz., incl. Maker's leather case. Asking $21,600.00.
Shipping, handling and import taxes not included. Call K.
Duglan at 011-44-1582-842280 or e-mail AGLKen@aol.com
Stephen Grant & Sons
12 Bore, round bodied, sidelever, sidelock ejector, 30 inch
steel barrels, 2 3/4" inch chambers. Bored right imp.
Cyl., left 1/4 choke. New 15 1/2 LOP highly figured straight
stock to a chequered end. Gold oval, classic Grant fine
scroll engraving with fluted fences, 7 lbs 7 oz. An ideal
Sporting Clays Gun. Asking $15,930.00. Shipping, handling
and import taxes not included. Call K. Duglan at 011-1582-842280
or e-mail AGLKen@aol.com
David McKay Brown 20 Bore, round action ejector, 27 inch
barrels, 2 3/4" inch chambers. Bored right 1/4, left
3/4 choke, 14 7/8 LOP, Highly figured walnut straight stock,
scroll engraved with some gold inlay. Full case color finish,
maker's name in gold. 5 lbs l3 oz. Maker's leather case,
Superb condition, very little used. Asking $30,600.00. Shipping,
handling and import taxes not included. Cal K. Duglan at
011-1582-842280 or e-mail AGLKen@aol.com.
New Henry Atkin 12 Bore,
best quality boxlock ejector, 26 inch barrels, 2 3/4"
inch chambers, bored as required. 15 1/4" straight
stock, gold oval, scalloped back, action. Deep scroll engraving
inlayed with two gold quails each side. Full color hardened
action, 5 lbs. 9 oz. With new lightweight leather case.
Asking $25,200.00 with VAT. Shipping, handling and import
taxes not included. Call K. Duglan at 011-44-1582-842280
or e-mail AGLKen@aol.com
Pair of Boss & Co, Rare
and Superb 20 Bore, assisted opening , single trigger, sidelock
ejectors, 26 inch barrels, 2 3/4" inch chambers, bored
right 1/4, left 1/2 choke. 15 1/2 inch LOB highly-figured
straight stock to chequered end. Gold ovals, Boss-style
bouquet and scroll engraving, 60 percent color. 5 lb. 7
oz., Maker's leather case. Asking $135,000.00 Shipping,
handling and import taxes not included. Call K. Duglan at
011-44-1582842280 or e-mail AGLKen@aol.com.
Matched Pair of Henry Atkin 12 Bore, spring-opening, sidelock
ejectors, 29 inch steel barrels, 2 3/4 inch chambers, bored
right 1/4, left 1/2 choke. 14 1/2" LOP straight , highly
figured walnut stocks to horn heel plates. Gold ovals, full
bouquet and scroll engraving, 100 percent case color. 6
lbs 9 oz, Maker's double oak and leather case. Asking $36,000.00.
Shipping, handling and import taxes not included. Call K.
Duglan at 011-44-1582-842280 or e-mail AGLKen@aol.com.
Below listings from:
Erickson and Erickson 480-948-1644 www.gameguns.com
Granite Mountain Arms: Double
square bridge Mauser action in 416 Rigby. Quarter rib
with one standing sight. Oil finish stocks with fairly
straight grain. (The ultimate gentleman’s rifle
for Africa). $9250.
Granite Mountain Arms: Same
gun as above in 460 Weatherby and slightly higher finished
Marlin Firearms Co. - New
Haven, Ct. USA: Ballard's Patent (Nov. 5, 1861) Reflecting
30 inch 1⁄2 Oct. 1⁄2 Rd. Stevens - Pope Barrel
chambered for 22 Long Rifle. Known as the "Off-Hand
Model" when produced, this was intended for European-style
target shooting popular in the eastern USA. Engraved on
the flat's of the case hardened receiver are antlered
deer (One standing on right and one running on left) surrounded
by Victorian scroll; typical of Ulrich's work, however
"un-signed". Highly figured & checkered
Circassian walnut stocks with "German" (Swiss)
style nickel butt, cheek piece and a nickel plated hook-pattern
shoulder plate, as standard fittings. Single checkered
trigger and a loop lever. Marked on the left octagon flat
of the barrel is "Stevens - Pope." Manufactured
by the Stevens Arms & Tool Co. Chicopee Falls, Mass.
USA. Atop the barrel is mounted a period Winchester A-5
optic with ultra-fine reticle and dot. Excellent bore.
(Consignment ) $9000.
Winchester: Model 1873 (2nd
Model) 44-40. Factory letters as Deluxe pistol grip, checkering
and a set trigger. 1⁄2 round barrel and button magazine.
Received in 1882. Tang is marked 2x for the wood. 100
percent original and ultra, ultra rare in this near mint
Rifles, Inc: Winchester
model 70 stainless action with 26” St. St. bbl in
270 Weatherby. Synthetic stock in desert camo pattern.
Leupold 4.5x14 optic. (As New). Ultra-litte !!! $3295.
Kimber of Oregon: Model
84 standard in .223 Remington. Rings/bases. (Mint). $1295.
Remington: Model 700 (Left
Hand) in 375 HH. Custom built with H&S Precision stock,
Atkinson bbl, Sako extractor, Burris optics, and all metal
surfaces Teflon coated. Ready for Alaska. $1575.
Winchester: Model 1886 in
40-82 Win. Factory letter states: deluxe pistol grip,
checkered with 1⁄2 round barrel. Tang marked 2x
for wood. Received in 1888. Original letter stated as
above but “Carbine”. Sights letter and are
a Beecher front and a Military Wind Gauge rear. This is
the only documented useage of a Military wind gauge sight
on an octagon barrel ever built by Winchester !!!
Winchester: Set of Four
“Fajen Classic” Shot Show Special’s
- Pre-64 new model 70 rifles 270, 30-06, 7mag, 300 Win,
and one “Fajen Classic” Model 52 rifle in
22 LR. Birdseye maple stocks. All unfired in boxes. (Sold
as a set of five only).
$ 13,000. (Consignment).
L.C. Smith: 16 bore (2 5/8”)
Sidelock, non-ejector with 28” barrels. Field Grade
by Hunter Arms Co. Nice solid stocks with good remaining
finish. Action shows some pitting and freckling. Barrels
clean and very shootable. Some remaining case colours.
Other Fine Guns:
Sako Forester “Bofors
Steel” 243 Win. (Excellent) $1295.
Browning Model 12 (Japan)
28 bore 26” bbl. Grade V. 99percent No box. $1095.
Winchester Model 63 (Japan)
.22 LR (New in Box) $600.
Browning Auto-22 “Transition”
Japan Mfg engraved in Belgium. Grade III Signed “Magis”
Winchester Model 52 “Sporter”
.22 LR. w/ Weaver K 2.5 optic. $2295.
Browning Auto-22 Japan Mfg.
Grade III w/ Box $1495.
Vintage Cases & Related Accessories:
#V275 – Purdey “Oak
& Leather” hammerless case - 30” Bbls.
Lovely railroad labels. Excellent. $1795.
#V259 – Joseph Lang
& Son heavy leather w/ brass corners case for 28”
bbls. Very tidy. $995.
#V260 – Stephen Grant
& Joseph Lang “Oak & Leather” for
28” bbls. Nearly New. Beautiful. $1425.
#V261 – Charles Hellis
heavy leather w/ brass corners. Amazing interior / orig.
label. 26-30” bbls. $1095.
#V262 – Watson Bros
heavy leather case for 28” bbls. Lovely label and
deep blue interior. $895.
#V214 - Westley Richards
& Co. heavy leather for 30 1⁄2” bbls.
Nice original label and lovely dark green baize interior.
Replacement handle and straps. $500.
#V217 - R. Ramsbottom of
Manchester labeled heavy leather with brass corners for
30” bbls. Will fit a 16 or 20 bore hammergun. Nice
red baize interior. $500.
#V221 - Westley Richards
& Co. labeled oak & leather for 30” bbls.
Excellent original labels. Overall as good as you can
find for a vintage Westley. Lovely dark bronze patina.
#V226 - Crockart & Sons
– Scotland original labeled heavy leather with brass
corners. Lid embossed “J.W.Tweedie – Jaipur,
Assam”. 30” bbls. w/ key. $995.
#V245 – Westley Richards
“Brady” case green with leather trim. 30”
bbls. Leather label. $500.
#V233 - Holland & Holland
“Pair” oak & leather for 30” bbls.
3 orig. labels. Blue interior. $1095.
#V234 - Stephen Grant labeled
“Pair” oak & leather for 28” bbls.
Lid embossed G.H.L. with original canvas cover. The Finest
in our showroom !!! $1895.
#V148 – Joseph Lang
“Pair” heavy leather w/ brass corners. Lid
embossed “G.C. Holderness – 5th Fusiliers”.
Original red baize interior with some minor moth damage.
#V99 – Cogswell &
Harrison “Pair” for 30” bbls. Heavy
case with re-lined interior and repo label. $995.
#V263 – Unlabeled
extra heavy leather case for 28” bbl. Re-lined interior.
“Double Rifle”. $775.
#V213 - Unlabeled heavy
leather for 28 1⁄2” bbls. Lid embossed “S.A.S.”.
Rough exterior, weak corners, but still very useable.
#V219 - Unlabeled heavy
leather for 29” bbls. Lid embossed “H. Hartley”.
Pleasing dark patina. Fading blue baize interior. $450.
#V222 - Unlabeled “lightweight”
leather for 30 1/2” bbls. Original dark green baize
lining and no label. Some moth damage. Original key. $500.
#V266C – Leg-O-Mutton
that is quite possibly Elephant hide ? Overall excellent
#V267C – Vintage “Elliott”
style case in wonderful original condition. $295.
#V268C – Leg-O-Mutton
embossed “Redhead” in gold. Hand tooled near
perfect overall. $295.
#V269C – Leg-O-Mutton
with no embossed name or maker. Very plain, excellent
#V271 – “Brady”
style case for a Pair of doubleguns. Unfinished interior,
so fit as you desire. $125. We also maintain an extensive
inventory of vintage related gun accessories to include:
turnscrews, chamber brushes, ivory & bone striker
pots, faceted glass and pewter oil bottles, snap caps,
ebony rods, cartridge magazines, dog whistles, hook extractors,
etc. Stocking dealers for British Rangoon Oil.
Visit our extensive website at www.gameguns.com
for full details and photographs of our fine guns.
Please mention where you saw these listings when contacting
Below listings from:
Erickson and Erickson480-948-1644 www.gameguns.com
NEW ARRIVALS & HOLIDAY SPECIALS:
W.R.Pape - Newcastle: 12 bore,
boxlock, ejector with 28" sleeved Bbls. Cased. $7195.
Fox - Sterlingworth 12 bore
by Savage Arms. 30" bbls. (Nice, clean,
L.C. Smith 12 bore. Fine engraving
of quail and woodcock (Unknown Model) $3495.
Parker "VH" 12 bore
w/ 30" bbls. (Superb orig condition). Dogs head butt.
Fox Sterlingworth 20 bore
by Savage Arms. 26" bbls. (Two in stock) $1795.
L.C. Smith 12 bore "Specialty"
(Two Bbl Set). Interesting gun. Call for
Merkel Double Rifle Model
323E 7x65R w/ optics. (Stunning full sidelock). $11500.
Browning (Japan) Model 12
High Grade 28 ga. (Three in stock) Minty. $1095 ea.
Ithaca 4E (Two Bbl Set) 12
bore, vent ribs. (Call for additional specs). $3995.
Watson Bros - London. Double
577/450 back-action hammergun. Reduced to $6295.
Frank Malin - London/Ontario
20 bore boxlock, ejector 28" bbls. (Nice) $4195.
Kimber Model 84 in .223 w/
rings. (Mint). $ 1295.
Remington Model 700 LH in
375 HH. Custom rifle scoped. (Ready for Alaska) $1575.
Also added... see our site for details:
12 bore London sidelock by Charles Osborne
16 bore Edinburgh "Pair" by Joseph Harkom
28 bore London boxlock by Watson Bros
12 bore Edinburgh boxlock by John Dickson
SEE FOLLOWING LIST OF ADDITIONAL FINE GUNS.
Dusty M. Erickson, Pres.
Erickson & Erickson, Inc.
7950 E. Redfield, Suite 160
Scottsdale, AZ. 85260. USA.
Charles Osborne: 12 bore (2
1⁄2”) Sidelock, ejector with 30” steel
barrels. Spectacular highly figured wood is built for the
tall shooter at 15 1⁄4” LOP over an English
leather pad. Choked .045” / .010”. Weight 6lbs.
14oz. Most original colour hardening on action, starting
to fade in some areas. (Overall, a lovely double by a top
maker). $7200. (Reduced to $5795).
Watson Bros: 28 bore (2 3⁄4”)
Scalloped, boxlock, ejector (2 Bbl. Set). 26” IC/M
and 26” M/F. Cased in heavy leather with canvas slip
cover. 100 percent vivid original colour hardening and 99
percent bbl. blueing. Overall condition is nearly mint.
“Ready for the grouse cover”. 4lbs. 14oz. Straight
grip/Splinter forend. 14 1⁄2” LOP over Silver’s
B. Halliday: 20 bore (2 1⁄2”)
boxlock, non-ejector with 28” steel Bbls choked .018”/Cyl.
Very tasteful gamescene engraving on a coin finish action.
5lbs. 11oz. Stocked in well figured walnut with good matching
wood extension for an overall LOP of 15”. $3495.
Cogswell & Harrison: 16
bore (2 1⁄2”) boxlock, ejector with 27 1⁄2”
steel barrels choked .017” / .010”. A very clean
and well represented piece from one of Britain's long established
makers. Light to moderate scroll and good shooting dimensions.
Joseph Lang: 12 bore (2 1⁄2”)
Single barrel “Game-keepers” gun with 26”
barrel. Fluted fences on a boxlock, ejector action. Some
remaining colour hardening. Prince of Wales style grip.
Original “violin” case with label. 5lbs. 6oz.
LOP is 13 1⁄2” over Silvers pad. (1 3⁄4”
x 3 1⁄2” x 1⁄2” cast off). $2095.
Cogswell & Harrison: 12
bore (2 1⁄2”) Boxlock, ejector “Avant
Tout” model with 30” steel Bbls. Choked perfectly
for an upland field gun at .011” / .006”. Weight
7lbs. 0oz. Overall a nice handling piece that would make
any shooter happy. 15 3/8” LOP.
Army/Navy C.S.L: 12 bore (2
1⁄2”) Sidelock, non-ejector with 28” steel
bbls. marked “New barrels by J. Venables - Oxford”
and choked .033”/.024”. Action has a third bite
and disk set strikers reflecting approximately 50 percent
scroll engraving, dark silver in colour. Straight grain
solid stocks with nice checkering. 14 5/8” LOP to
a grooved butt. 1 3/8” x 1 7/8” x 1/16”
cast off. Weight: 6lbs. 7oz. (A nice piece). $2795.
W. Jeffery & Son: 12 bore
(2 1⁄2”) back-action, rebounding hammergun with
28” steel bbls. (Possibly replacements). Choked .037”/.011”.
Straight hand stock of light figured wood at 14 5/8”
LOP over leather covered pad. Rounded action body with minimal
engraving. Dark patina colour. $2195.
Westley Richards: 12 bore
(2 1⁄2”) Westleys’ name in “Gold”.
Drop-lock, ejector with 30” steel barrels. Choked
.043” / .012”. Gun was built in April 1902,
returned to Westleys’ for new barrels in 1915 and
once again returned in 1997 for a total restoration. 100
percent vivid case colours and 100 percent new condition
overall. 6lbs. 11oz. Straight grip with Silvers pad. $10250.
D. Williamson: 12 bore (2
1⁄2”) sidelock, ejector. A very fine example
of a beautiful sidelock with well executed ornate scroll
surrounding bouquets of roses. 30” steel barrels choked
.039” / .007”. Weight 6lbs. 8oz. Concave rib.
Nicely figured original straight hand stock and splinter
forend. (An excellent value). $5295.
J.V. Needham: 12 bore (2 1⁄2”)
Needhams Patent Side-lever forward hammergun. 29”
Nitro-proofed Damascus bbls. choked .028”/.029”.
Nicely engraved action is an even dark English patina. Superb
blood red stocks with black veins throughout. Straight grip/splinter
forend. 14 1⁄4” LOP over steel buttplate. Cased.
(6lbs. 4oz.). $5295.
Robert Lisle – Derby:
12 bore (2 1⁄2”) sidelock, ejector. With its
detailed engraving (Acanthus style deep scroll) and fine
handling this rare and unusual gun should make a fine long
term investment for the discerning shooter. Its 28”
“Invisible” sleeved bbls. will offer many years
of shooting pleasure.=$5995.
Williams & Powell – Liverpool:
Very scarce and early 1860’s mfg. “Needle Fire”
rifle in approx 38 caliber. “Rook rifle design”
single shot. Engraved action with faint traces of colour.
24” Octagon barrel. $1495.
John Dickson & Son – Edinburgh:
12 bore ( 2 1⁄2”) boxlock, ejector. (Very unique
Patented ejector mechanism which articulates down into body
of action). Scroll engraved and remains a nice patina colour.
Excellent figured wood at 14 1/8” LOP. 30” Damascus
Bbls have excellent wall thickness but are not Nitro proofed.
Choked .035” / Cyl. (Very unique piece and lots of
gun for the money). $3695.
Wm. Garden – Aberdeen:
12 bore (2 1⁄2”) boxlock, ejector with 28”
steel barrels choked .040” / .013”. Weighs a
delightful 6lbs. 3oz. Action is engraved in a deep floral
pattern with “Acanthus Leaf” fences and retains
good colour case. Straight grain pleasing stocks. 14 3/8”
LOP to a grooved butt. (This is a nice field gun with plenty
of special features that has never been messed with).
Mortimer & Son – Edinburgh:
12 bore (2 1⁄2”) “Best Quality”
boxlock, ejector with stunning 28” Damascus barrels.
(London re-proof in 1993). Action exhibits 100 percent coverage
of tight Victorian scroll and Makers name in banner. Highly
figured stocks are blood red and have black veins throughout.
15 1/8” LOP over ebonite butt. Weight 6 lbs 6 oz.
Cased in its original Makers oak and leather case with accessories.
Choked .015” / .003. (Would be hard to find a nicer
Scottish boxlock with these dimensions). $5595.
D. Gray & Co. – Inverness:
12 bore (2 3⁄4”) sidelock, ejector. This elegant
yet simple Scottish “Best quality” sidelock
is by a somewhat obscure maker. Please don’t let the
name confuse you, as it is one of the finest highly engraved
sidelocks we have offered. 100 percent coverage of tight
Victorian scroll surrounding bouquets of Roses and still
retaining all of its original colour hardening. Its superb
28” barrels have been recently re-proofed to 2 3⁄4”
and retain chokes at .037”/.004” making it an
ideal upland prospect. We have had this fine double restocked
in exhibition quality Turkish walnut by the finest stockers
in England. You will certainly admire the deep reds, ambers
and black veins it has to offer. 6lbs. 6oz. $7550.
Alex Martin – Glasgow:
12 bore (2 1⁄2”) boxlock, non-ejector. Plain
action with no engraving but good remaining colour case.
Top lever, double triggers, straight grip, splinter forend,
pad. Choked .036” / .002”. Has 28” steel
barrels and good bores. $1895.
Hinsch & Stiegert – Hamburg:
16 bore (2 3⁄4”) Deeply scalloped boxlock, non-ejector
with 28 5/8” bbls. Stunning game scene engraving highlighting
Black Cock and Partridge in forested scenes. Nicely figured
stocks and crisp checkering. Choked .025” / .011”.
Weight: 5lbs. 12oz. $3495.
J. DuChateau – Liege:
12 bore ( 2 1⁄2”) sidelock, ejector with 28”
Acier Comprime Steel barrels choked .042”/.042”.
Brilliant and stunning Mythical creature engraving by European
Master Henri Leukers. Dark well defined stocks and crisp
checkering. Gold plated internal locks and flawless wood
to metal fit. (This piece has to be a “One of a Kind”
piece of artwork). $10,500. (Sold)
Franz Sodia – Ferlach:
20 bore (2 3⁄4”) hand detachable “Best”
Sidelock exhibiting game scenes, oak leaves and scroll.
28” bbls choked .025” / .025”. Three piece
forend, pistol grip stock with cheekpiece. Great dimensions.
Single trigger. Dated 1960. $7995.
Browning - Liege: 12 bore
(2 3⁄4”) O/U Superposed “Lightning”
model with 26 1⁄2” bbls. Long tang, square knob
gun. 99+ percent original condition built in 1973 with orig
Browning – Liege: 12
bore ( 2 3⁄4”) O/U Superposed Custom. Very nicely
re-stocked and hand engraved with rose and scroll patterns
by P. Barbetti. 6 lbs. 12 oz. Leather covered pad at 14
7/8” LOP. Choked F/M. $1995.
Czech Mauser: Full stock original
Brno Czech mauser in 7x57. Claw mounted Zeiss optic. Double
triggers. Engraved floorplate with gold stag inlaid. Mfg.
1947. All matching. (Nice piece for the money). $2395.
Henri Pieper – Herstal, Belgium:
12 bore Modified Diana “Bar-action” hammergun
with rebounding locks and Greener crossbolt. Game scene
engraved. Exceptional tubes of the finest Damascus pattern
with Makers name “twisted” within the tubes
over 1500 times ! “The ultimate in Damascus patterns”.
Monoblock marked “Grand Prize Paris Exhibition 1889”.
7lbs. 6oz. (Sold as a Pair Only).
Henri Pieper – Herstal, Belgium:
10 bore Diana “Bar-action” hammergun with massive
30 inch fine Damascus tubes originally sleeved within a
Patented forged mono-block with integral lumps. 60 percent
scroll engraving over the action with most remaining colour
case hardening. 10lbs. 4oz. The ultimate Pair of guns for
the Damascus barrel collector ! Full article, details and
photographs in DGJ Spring 2003 Issue. $32,000.
Merkel: 12 bore (2 3⁄4”)
Hand detachable Sidelock O/U. Model 203 Luxus built in 1955.
28” barrels choked .040” / .028”. Hand
carved straight grip stocks and three piece forend. Game
scene engraved action Setters and Pheasants on left, Fox
and Ducks on right. Highly figured wood. 7 lbs. 2 oz. (Lovely).
A. Frohn – Suhl: 8.15
x 46R Schuetzen “target” rifle. Built on a Martini
action, vase hardened but non-engraved. Highly embellished
stocks with deep carved floral pattern and scrollwork, hook
buttplate, peep sight. 28 1⁄2” fluted barrel.
(Excellent example of an early Schuetzen by a well-known
historical maker). $2395.
Krieghoff: 12 bore (2 3⁄4”)
Boxlock, ejector Model K-80 “Sporting” with
28” bbls. Removable choke tubes. Raised vent rib.
Adjustable pad. Single trigger. Excellent condition. Cased.
Heym: O/U combo gun 30-06
/ 20 bore scalloped boxlock, non-ejector. Game scene engraved,
straight hand stock. Claw mounted Nickle Supra optic. $7995.
Merkel: 7x65R O/U Double rifle
model 323 E. Stunning scroll engraving and hand detachable
locks. Highly figured French walnut and tight checkering.
Claw mounted 1.5 x 6 Zeiss optic. Three piece forend. $11500.
Merkel: 9.3 x 74R Sideplated,
boxlock, ejector double rifle with 23 1⁄2 steel barrels.
Game scene engraved. This is a recent mfg. Model 150-1.1
Near mint. $7795.
Merkel: Two barrel set Model
K-1 (Single shot) in 7x65R and 9.3x74R. Complete with Kahles
4x36 optic. Ultra-lite sheep rifle. (Mint). $5695.
C.T Perry by Neumann Bros -
Liege: 16 bore (2 1⁄2”) sidelock, non-ejector
with splendid game scene engraving. Traces of case colour
remain in hidden areas. Prince of Wales grip, splinter forend.
28” Black powder proof Damascus barrels are fine condition
and are tight to action. 5lbs. 9oz. Skeleton steel butt-plate.
Wood shows heavy use but could be cleaned up. Stock measurements:
1 3⁄4” x 3” x 0” cast. LOP: 14”.