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    16 gauge x 22 WRF Ernst Steigleder Sidelock Drilling.

    Serial no. 111013, 16x16 gauge x 22 WRF, 27 1/2-inch barrels with rib mounted folding leaf sight operated by tang mounted rifle barrel selector slide. Coin-finished sidelock action deeply engraved with game scenes and foliate scroll. Double triggers with front being a set trigger. Horn triggerguard (possible replacement). Cocking indicators. Greener-style side safety. Cartridge trap in butt. Leather carrying strap. Finely checkered pistolgrip stock of slightly figured walnut. Scalloped horn gripcap. Finely checkered splinter fore-end. Chambers: 2 ¾ inches (lengthened). Chokes: 0.020/0.037 inches (Improved Modified/Full). Pull: 13 ¾ inches. Weight: 7 pounds.
    The Alan Gornick Jr. Collection.

    Condition: Very Good, barrels shows 80-90% bluing with fine scratches. Wood shows some losses to the finish with nicks, scratches and impressions.

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    December, 2015
    13th Sunday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 3
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