Left-handed Guns

 
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$3800

CONTACT
EJ Churchill in high condition and in its makers case ~ This is the "Easy Opener" model ~ left hander
Left-handed Guns
12 gauge
5298
6156
This little Churchill is in wonderful original condition and is very light and lithe. Well balanced it actually, when swung, feels like a much longer barreled gun. The original makers case is in very nice condition.

The 3" of drop at heel is for the long necked and tall lanky build but could be, as the stock is very straight grained, be bent up.

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Boxlock Ejector with assisted opening

Yes
Steel
25"
2 1/2"

2 1/2"

.013 LT Mod
.008 IC


.026
.026
15 1/8 to rubber pad with 14 3/8 wood

1 7/8"
3"

5/16"

6 lbs. 2 oz.
Yes
 
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$2800

CONTACT
William Evans "Best" boxlock ~ That is what Evans called them and they certainly are nice! Sale!
Left-handed Guns
12 gauge
5113
3501
No cast on this fine shotgun so could be shot by a left- or right-handed person. The long 30" tubes are impressive with excellent min. wall thickness. Great stock dimensions for most. Excellent engraving and has bushed firing pins. The large pad/extension could be removed and replaced with a standard 1" pad and have LOP of 14 1/2".

*Note that this gun comes with a very nice canvas covered hard case with accoutrement's ( cleaning rod, ends, William Evans chamber brush, snap caps, and oil bottle).

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Boxlock

No
Steel
30
2 1/2"

2 1/2"

.025 full
.010 IC


.029
.029
15 1/16" with 13 9/16" wood

1 3/8"
2 3/16"
0


7 lbs 0 ozs
Yes
 
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$1900

CONTACT
W. C. Scott & Son 1888 hammerless sidelock ~ Nitro proofed and we can ship direct, no ffl needed
Left-handed Guns
12 gauge
4264
43881
From 1888 this classic Scott features the wonderful "Crystal Window Indicators", a flag ship at the time for W. C. Scott. They actually gold plated the side of the internal hammer so it would show up better through the window. When the hammer is fired the window is dark. So ever so clever and cool today as I am sure it was then. Only cast on ever so slight so very shootable by a right handed shot also. It could also be bent either way I suspect with ease.

*You may note the minimum wall thickness is on the thin side but this is found where there is little pressure near the muzzle as demonstrated by its fairly recent reproof in London in 2005. The bores have not been modified since that reproof.

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Sidelock with cocking indicator portals

No
Damascus
30"
2-1/2"

2 1/2"

.033 full
.003 Near Cyl.


.020
.020
13 3/4 with horn plate

1 1/2"
2 1/16"
1/16"


6lbs 4oz
No
 
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$1600

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C.G. Bonehill ~ The Belmont "Interchangeable" ~ No cast so good for left or right handed
Left-handed Guns
12 gauge
4334
2494
A very nice English boxlock at a super price. There is a chip in the toe of the butt plate that is easily repairable. It has a lovely horn pistol grip cap and horn forend escutcheon. This gun has tight bores, is in proof, and locks up tight.

Interesting history of C.G. Bonehill:

C. G. Bonehill was an English gunmaker from Birmingham, England who lived from 1831 to 1900 1. He established his own firm in 1851 and was recorded at 33 Charlotte Street with a factory in Morville Street in 1872 1. In 1873, he moved the whole business to the Belmont Firearms Works, Belmont Row 1. C. G. Bonehill was a Guardian of The Birmingham Proof House 1. He was related to and may have been associated with O. G. Bonehill of Belmont Firearms Works also of Birmingham 2. He held 4 US patents issued in the 1880s 2. From about 1900 to 1965, the company produced ball & shot guns and combination guns, and they made the Britannia air rifle 1. They were pioneers in the mechanization of gun manufacture, making the “Belmont Interchangeable” shotguns 1. From about 1900, C G Bonehill were the main suppliers of rifles to the “Society of Miniature Rifle Clubs” 1. The Society was founded to encourage rifle shooting amongst working class men, and it was largely responsible for establishing smallbore rifle shooting as a sport in England 1. For this purpose, old .303 Martini-Enfield rifles were re-barrelled to .22 rimfire and sold at very reasonable prices 1

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Box lock ejector

Yes
Sleeved
28"
2-1/2"

2 1/2"

.023 full
.008 IC


.036
.038
14" over horn butt plate

1 5/8"
2 7/16"
0


6lbs 6oz
Yes
 
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$2800

CONTACT
William Evans from London 20g. with great dimensions from between the wars
Left-handed Guns
20 gauge
5547
14952
This is a very nice little 20g. boxlock from William Evans. It dates from 1926. I appreciate the fairly modern dimensions and how the gun feels between the hands. What a great little game gun! I will not say this gun is in pristine condition, there is some browning in places and the barrels could use a reblack. What I will say is it is tight on face, with very nice bores, and if restored a bit or left as is, it will perform.

* I want to make a note to say that finding these little 20g. guns in the UK has just been getting harder and harder for me. I am pleased to offer this one.

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boxlock ejector

Yes
Steel
28"
2 1/2"

2 1/2"

.024 full
.009 IC


.032
.030
14 1/2" with checkered butt

1 7/16"
2"

5/16"

5 lbs 10 ozs
Yes





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