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American Gun Co. 16 Gauge Double Barrel Hammer Shotgun, Choke Bored, Made About

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<P>American Gun Co. 16 Gauge Double Barrel Hammer Shotgun, Choke Bored, Made About 1910-1915.&nbsp; Serial Number 155529.&nbsp; FFL Required.</P> <P>32" barrels, with the left barrel being marked on top "Genuine Armory Steel&nbsp; Choke Bored".&nbsp; Blued finish on barrels at about 90%, and has patinaed to a dark brown.&nbsp; There are a few light scratches and minor bit of surface rust on the barrels.&nbsp; The bores are still fairly bright near the muzzles and the breech ends of the bores are dark with pitting.</P> <P>The receiver and top tang, lockplates, and breakdown lever are color case hardened, with very little of the color being left (about 10-20% case hardened colors remaining on the lockplates only).&nbsp; All the finish on these parts are now a fairly even dark gray.&nbsp; Both hammers may or may not have been color case hardened and are both now an even dark gray patina.&nbsp; Very little original blued finish remains on the trigger guard and it is now an uneven dark gray.&nbsp; Both triggers are also a dark gray patina.&nbsp; The left lockplate is marked "American Gun Co. New York".</P> <P>Walnut buttstock with pistol grip that is checkered.&nbsp; The checkering is partially worn smooth.&nbsp; Black plastic pistol grip cap and buttplate, both with some scratches and light dings.&nbsp; The pistol grip cap had a design around its outside perimeter which is now worn fairly smooth.&nbsp; The checkering on the buttplate is partially worn smooth.&nbsp; No chips or cracks in the buttplate or pistol grip cap.&nbsp; Very little original finish remains on the buttstock, and it has light scratches and dings but no cracks or chips out.</P> <P>The walnut forearm has very little original finish remaining and the checkering is worn smooth.&nbsp; The metal fittings on the forearm are a dark gray patina.&nbsp; </P> <P>When the barrels and forearm are assembled to the buttstock and receiver there is a little bit of wobble between the barrels and the receiver, which could probably be tightened by a competent gunsmith.</P> <P>This shotgun has NO Belgian proof marks and is NOT a Belgian made shotgun.</P> <P>Condition Good Plus.&nbsp; FFL Required.</P>
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