W&C. Scott 16 Bore Feather Weight London "Best" Quality Gun. Rare Model.
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Category: W&C Scott Shotguns - Hammer Shotguns
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Member Since: 4/3/09
First Name: James
Last Name: Godo
Country: United States
Phone: (248) 266-6494
Number of Active Listings: 0
Seller: Private Seller
Return Policy: 3 day inspection and return policy on used guns.
Payment Types Accepted: Cashiers Checks, Wire Transfer,Cash (in person)
W&C. Scott 16 bore Hammergun.
Known as the "Featherweight" Model. (Five and one quarter pounds!)
Very good condition showing normal use for a 120 year old gun.
Nicely figured English walnut stock.
95 % coverage fine scroll engraving
Side Clips (seldom seen on hammer guns.)
Hidden third fastener.
Bright Shiny Bores.
Gun locks-up tightly. Very slight vertical movement with forend removed.
75 to 85% Damascus finish & pattern.
Case colors faded.
Checkering is worn from normal use.
Overall this gun shows normal wear for its age, it was used for its intended purpose but was obviously well cared for.
This gun is very rare because of its petite size, it would be a great upland gun for anything from Woodcock to Pheasant.
5& 1/4 pounds
13 & 3/4 LOP.
2 & 1/2 inch chambers.
All screws engraved.
Choked Cylinder & Modified.
Serial Number 57418
Made in 1900.
NOTE: I will show at least one photo with a normal size "Game Gun" to show prospective buyers the dimunitive size of this gun.
If you have any questions please call Jim at (248) 266-6494
PRICE LOWERED TO $1950.00. plus $50. Shipping to your FFL.(Note, gun was made after 1898, so it must be shipped to an FFL or a holder of a Curio & Relic License.) SOLD- Pending Funds.
Manufacturer: W&C. Scott & Sons.
Serial Number: 57418
Chambers: 2&1/2 inch
Condition: Very Good
Metal Condition: Very Good
Wood Condition: Very Good
Bore Condition: Bright & Shiny
Barrels: 27 & 1/2 inches
Barrel Type: Damascus
Gauge Info: 16
LOP: 13 & 3/4 in.
Weight: 5 & 1/4 pounds
Manufacture Date: 1900
Choke Left: Mod
Choke Right: Cylinder
Engraving: Full Coverage
Item Location: MI