Alexander Blair 12 – Scotland – Anson & Deeley Patent Boxlock – 30” Damascus Modern Nitro Proved 2 3/4" Barrels
Guns International #: 101072757 Seller's Inventory #: ABBLKEG12
Category: Shotguns - Scottish Doubles - Antique Shotguns - Cartridge
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A 12 Gauge patent Anson & Deeley boxlock ejector shotgun from 1895. It has a 30” browned Damascus nitro proved barrels with dolls head extension and a game rib. The rib is marked A. Blair 28 Gordon St. Glasgow. Modern London Nitro proof with the proper reproof marks from 2000, Modern proved for 2 3/4" (70mm) cartridges at service pressure of 850 BAR, Chokes at Improved Cylinder & Improved Modified. Scroll engraving and trace of the original case color hardened finish remain, Double triggers, Best quality walnut stock with traditional English straight hand grip, Splinter forend with Anson release, 15 1/4" LOP over a 1” leather covered pad, Cast Off 3/16” at face, 7 Lbs. 4 Oz. The shotgun is presented in a leather case with tools and accessories. The receiver flats are stamped with the Anson & Deeley patent and this gun is marked as the 7,724th made under this patent. Alexander Blair resided at 28 Gordon St, Glasgow between 1884 and 1886.