Lot 828    

American Gun Co. New York Double-Barreled Shotgun,
2006, Firearms and Early Militaria Auction, Dec 7
12 gauge, 30" barrel. Hammer gun. Lockplate stamped American Gun Co. New York. Walnut stock and forearm. Barrel marked Genuine Armory Steel and Choke Bore

Condition:  
Solid steel barrels retaining ca 60% original blued finish with some light spots of salt and pepper pitting on right barrel. Forward-action locks retaining ca 80% case colors. Bottom of frame mostly turned grey-to-brown. Stock with normal dings and mars. With one deep mar on the comb of stock. Missing pistol grip cap.
Sold: $345.00
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