James MacNaughton Skeleton Round Triggerplate "The Edinburgh"
Guns International #: 100940623 Seller's Inventory #:
Category: MacNaughton Shotguns - Shotguns - Scottish Doubles
When emailing or calling sellers direct, please mention that you saw their listing on GunsInternational.com
Seller: M.W. Reynolds, Inc.
Company: M.W. Reynolds, Inc.
Member Since: 4/20/10
Country: United States
Phone: (303) 761-0021
Fax: (303) 761-0236
Number of Active Listings: 70
Total Number of Listings: 2647
Seller: FFL Dealer
Return Policy: 3 day inspection and return policy on used guns.
We ship FedEx Ground Insured
Payment Types Accepted: Check, MC, Visa, Amex
James MacNaughton Skeleton Round Triggerplate "The Edinburgh", circa 1907, a very scarce skeleton (bar-in-wood) triggerplate round action from this famed Scottish maker having only approximately 100 ever being made, 12 bore, 2 1/2" chambers, replacement 28" fluid steel nitro proved at 3 Tons barrels by the makers in 1972 and choked .006 Skt. and .009 IC, smooth concave game rib engraved "James MacNaughton & Sons, Hanover Street, Edinburgh", 14 3/4" LOP over a leather pad, 1 1/2" DAC, 2 1/4" DAH, 3/16" cast off, 6 lbs. 12 oz., ejectors, double triggers, straight grip, splinter forend, automatic MacNaughton "lever" safety, later barrel cocking design with normal top lever length, typical top tang inspection plate and inspection plate screw with cutout, fine typical MacNaughton skeleton grape vine engraving pattern with "MacNaughton & Sons" engraved on both sides of action, triggerplate engraved to match action, originally no. 1 of a pair with "1" in gold inlay on top lever and barrel rib, highly figured European walnut stock, A&D push button forend release, stock gold oval engraved with a rather mystical animal head. Excellent condition gun that is tight and sound and without any cracks, a few spots of thin barrel blue, exceptional bores and walls on the newer barrels and ready for it's next 100+ years of service. These are very rare guns with MacNaughton making the most at about 100 and Dickson having made only about 12-15 skeleton round actions.