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    Cased 12 Gauge Remington Sportsman F-grade Premier Semi-Auto Shotgun. Serial no. 780830, 12 gauge, 26-inch barrel with a ventilated rib with a Poly-Choke adjustable choke. Blued semi-automatic action extensively engraved with game scenes, floral designs and foliate scroll. Marked on barrel and serial number area F GRADE. Finely checkered pistolgrip stock of highly figured walnut with a Pachmayr recoil pad. Finely checkered enlarged fore-end. Gold oval escutcheon inscribed JACK DAVIS. Custom leather take-down traveling case. Pull: 14 ¼ inches.
    The Alan Gornick Jr. Collection.

    Condition: Fine as configured and refinished. Wood shows a few cracks to fore-end and a number of nicks, scratches and impressions.

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    Auction Dates
    June, 2016
    12th Sunday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 2
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