Dating my american gun co shotgun

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The understated Teutonic use of horn and stock accents that give the guns an ever so slightly different look than the guns from England.

This fine German shotgun was proofed when it was completed in September of 1923 in Suhl.With near 90% original case color and blue and wood finish this fine double is in outstanding condition and features the outstanding pre -war German craftsmanship one would expect. This is a fine shotgun that will make its next owner a fine bird gun that with care should last a lifetime.At just over 6 1/2 pounds this light and high grade English boxlock balances well and has very modern dimensions.In other words, it has it all and at a lot less dollars than a Dickson round action.I have hunted for years with a snap action gun like this and have really come to enjoy it.

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