Lot 33    

General Thomas H. Ruger's English Double Barrel Percussion Shotgun, Used for Hunting,
2009, Spring Firearms Sale, April 29th
16 gauge, 34.5" barrels chokes are Improved Cylinder bore. Engraved back-action locks and tang and top of buttplate. Nicely figured walnut stock with checkered wrist. Locks marked Richard Hollis.

Provenance:  
Descended directly in the family of General Thomas H. Ruger


Condition:  
Barrels are smooth grey with some pitting. Locks are smooth grey with light pitting. One hammer spur is broken and detached. Stock with nicks and dings.
Sold: $805.00
Price includes
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