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    Cased L.C. Smith Specialty Grade SXS by Hunter Arms. Serial no. 216462, 12ga, 32-inch barrels with white beads sights and grooved rib. Blued and nickel-plated finish. Barrels marked: L.C. SMITH SPECIALTY GRADE/ HUNTER ARMS CO. M'F'R'S FULTON, N.Y. Receiver nicely floral-engraved with duck and pheasant scenes. Hunter One Trigger. Automatic ejectors. Nicely figured walnut stock with cheekpiece and finely checkered wrist and beavertail forearm. Pachmayr buttpad. LOP=13 3/4-inches. Sold together with felt lined hardwood case. According to the Cody Firearms Records Office, Serial no. 216462 was finished on July 20, 1913 and had 32-inch barrels with automatic ejectors.

    Condition: Excellent as refinished. Showing very little use. Case with age wear and scuffs.

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    June, 2014
    8th Sunday
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