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FOX, ANSLEY H. - PHILADELPHIA - 12 BORE "A" GRADE - Made in 1927 - 80% ORIGINAL CASE COLORS - 90% ORIGINAL BARREL BLUE - THE WOOD at 97% - BORES are EXCELLENT PLUS - 26" Extractor Barrels - 6 Lbs. 12 Oz. - Pistol Grip Stock at 14 3/8 - Nice Wood - Splinter Forend - Open Imp.Cyl. & Mod.

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Shotgun Side by Side 12 Bore $3,950.00

#31813, A. H. Fox Gun Co., Phila, Pa. U.S.A.: A 12 Bore A Grade That Remains in Excellent and Original Condition, It was made in 1927, 26" Extractor Chromox Fluid Compressed Steel Barrels at .725" .006 & .018" (Skt.I & Mod), 2 3/4" chambers, Double triggers, Splinter forend with a Deeley & Edge pull down forend release, Pistol grip stock at 14 3/8 x 1 5/8 x 2 3/4" over the factory hard buttplate, 6 lbs. 12 oz., The barrels have 90% original factory blue, It retains a strong 80% original case colors, The butt and forend have original finish are at 97%, The checkering is at 100%, The bores are excellent plus, bright and shiny without any pits or dings, The breech face retains 100% case colors, The trigger guard & tang retain 99% original blue, It remains tight on the face, It is as tight as day one with the toplever far to the right. There are a lot of overused and screwed around with Fox guns on the market, but this is not one of them. This is a very honest A Grade 12 bore Fox from a classic era of Americana that has had some very good guardians. The price of this A Grade in 1927 was about $70.00. Nice stuff here with ideal chokes for fun upland hunting.

 
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