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Standing Rock Reservation Attributed Double Barrel Shotgun From The Ness Collection
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Here is a cool looking piece from a legendary collection. This is an original mid-1800's double barrel shotgun. This is a 12 gauge double barrel with the full-length 32-1/2 inch barrels. It has the factory browned barrels utilizing iron furniture on the straight-gripped walnut stock with checkered wrist and the smooth splinter forend. Each of the locks are lightly engraved with the right lock an old, likely period of use replacement. On one side, the mechanics catch on both positions and the other still catches on one of the positions. The barrels are unmarked with no visible proofs under barrel. It uses a single barrel wedge with German silver escutcheons. The breeches of each barrel has the inlaid gold bands. The detail has the scroll style work on the triggerguard. When you look closely, you see that the stock has numerous tack holes, with the tacks missing, showing empty holes as well as some with the square brass shanks still in the wood. This gun was part of the museum like Western gun collection of Mr. Larry Ness. He had one of the most impressive Native American collections in the country. In Mr. Ness's notes, he indicates the gun was acquired from a Native American family from the Standing Rock Reservation. His note page accompanies the gun to preserve the history. This is a wonderful piece of Native American History!

Item #: B8354
Shipping Weight: 18 lbs
Your Price:$1,650.00 USD
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