Watson bros .410″ Ejector

Watson bros .410" Boxlock Ejector

Watson bros .410" Boxlock Ejector| £7,750

 

 

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Watson bros  .410" Boxlock Ejector

Made in 1907 with 26" barrels. Chambered 76mm 1200bar and choked 1/2.

Action with third grip extension for these heavier loads.

Beautiful pistol grip with a sliver of buffalo horn pad complementing the 14 1/4" stock.

Embellished small scroll with Watson Bros London in raised lettering on the underside.

All for the sum of £7,750.

£ 7,750

Parker .410″ Ejector

Parker .410" Ejector

Parker 410| £5,250

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Parker 410 Boxlock Ejector

28" Barrel's with 3" Chambers and full choke. Stocked to 14"  with 1/2" horn buttplate. The action is scroll engraved and retains 90% of colour.

Beautiful condition formerly part of a private collection.

£5,250

Watson Bros .410″ ejector

 

Watson Bros .410|£sold

 

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Watson Bros .410"

A rare .410" boxlock ejector , totally restored in our factory. We acquired this beautiful little 26" barrelled boxlock (unusually with sideclips) some 2 years ago and decided that this was such a beautiful mechanical piece it would be nice to lose its plain Jane look and enhance it as much as we could.

Starting off with a new 15 1/2" pistol gripped stock using deluxe wood inc a new forend. We then carved the whole gun with Oak leaves including the heavily engraved breechends of the barrels. After a complete mechanical overhaul, we complimented this beauty with the restoration of its original brass cornered leather case with a complete refit including a new lining and fittings for oil bottle and snap caps, even its original wiping rod got spoilt with a new leather sleeve. No expense spared..

All for the sum of £16,950

£sold

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