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    Cased .410 Francotte Boxlock Ejector Double Barrel Shotgun as retailed by Abercrombie and Fitch.
    Serial no. 8032. .410. 26-inch barrels with a matted rib. Casehardened border engraved boxlock action. Ejectors. Greener crossbolt. Sideclips. Automatic safety. Checkered straight grip stock of semi-figured walnut. Vacant nickel-silver oval. Hard rubber buttplate. Checkered splinter fore-end with Anson release. DATA: Pull: 13 5/8 inches. Weight: 4 pounds 14 ounces. Condition: Excellent. Barrels show 90-95% finish with slight pitting in muzzle. Excellent bright bores. Action shows 60-70% with some vibrant colors. Stock and fore-end show minor handling marks. Note: Gun is from the Marcus Daly family collection.


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    June, 2013
    9th Sunday
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