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FOX, ANSLEY H. - PHILADELPHIA - 12 BORE "C" GRADE - Made in 1911 - EXCELLENT WOOD with GREAT BLACK/BROWN CONTRAST - 80% ORIGINAL BARREL BLUE - BORES & CHAMBERS are EXCELLENT - 30" Extractor Krupp Barrels That are Original Inside & Out - Pistol Grip Stock - Splinter Forend - Full & Full

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Shotgun Side by Side 12 Bore $4,575.00

#18297, A. H. Fox Gun Co., Phila, Pa. U.S.A.: A 12 Bore C Grade That Remains in Very Nice Condition with Excellent Wood, It was made in 1911, 30" Extractor Krupp Fluid Steel Barrels, .725 .035 & .035" (Full & Full), 2 3/4" chambers, Correct & Original bore dimensions with correct wall thickness of .036" on the right barrel and .038" on the left, Double triggers, Splinter forend with a Deeley & Edge pull down forend release, Pistol grip stock at 14 5/8 x 1 15/16 x 2 15/16" over a 7/8" Silvers pad with plugs for easy removal as it comes with the original Fox hard buttplate, The grip cap with the company name and address, Checkered side panels back of the frame, 7 lbs. 7 oz., An excellent piece of wood that has been oiled but not sanded as the metal is absolutely not proud in any area, The barrels have 80% original factory blue, Very slight traces of original case colors, The butt and forend with the fresh oil remains at 94%, The checkering is at 98%, The bores and chambers are excellent and totally free of any pits or dings. Here is a genuinely nice and solid A. H. Fox from the Philadelphia era that lasted until 1930 before going to Utica, New York when Savage acquired the company.

 
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