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    J. Golcher Marked Percussion Over and Under Combination Gun. NVSN, .12 gauge/approx. .47 caliber, 31-inch barrels with front and rear sights. Right side of lock marked: JAs Golcher / Warranted / Forged with engraved hunting scene. Left side with similar scene. Condition: Poor. Barrels have turned to a dark brown mottled patina with dark patches throughout. Locks and hammers are pitted. Stock in good condition, revarnished. Ramrod furniture is somewhat detached from barrels, heavy rust and pitting underneath and glue residue remains. Replaced nipples. Only one hammer is functioning. Mechanically needs adjusting. Unsafe to shoot until reconditioned. Bore is poor and pitted.

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    June, 2013
    9th Sunday
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