Watson Bros Pair 12 bore

Pair 12 bore Watson Bros Boxlock| £7950

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 Watson Bros Boxlock Ejectors 7396/7

Built in 1909, these best deluxe lightweight Boxlock ejectors are so typical of a style that befits the period. Made with 30"  barrels  choked 1/4 and 1/2. Chambered to 2 3/4" with a minimum wall thickness of .020". The 14 1/2" stocks are complemented with 5/8" buffalo horn extensions done to suit the period with chequered butt ends and engraved pins.Cast off to 3/8" with a Gun weight of 6lb 8oz.

Stock dimensions are 14 1/2” length with 5/8” horn  Bend  1 9/16”    2  1/32”   Cast off 3/8”

Bore sizes are 1 Left .735” Right .732”  2 Left .736” Right .734”  min wall 1 .021” 2 .020”

Adorned with the finest small scroll with Oak leaf carved fences and Scallop back actions, these guns come in their original case which has been sympathetically restored.

All for the sum of £7950.

£7950

Watson bros .410″ 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

Gun History

Gun History | £75

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Watson Bros Gun History

Watson Bros was founded by Thomas Watson in 1875, taking over the premises of Durs Egg. In 1885 Thomas Senior handed over the firm to his two sons - Arthur and Thomas. The Watson Bros records go back to 1875 from our original premises in Pall Mall all the way through to Towerbridge Road where we manufacture and restore guns today.

Should you purchase the history of your gun:

  • Please send us an enquiry through our contact form or email us at admin@watsonbrosgunmakers.com and include the gun serial number, the name of the gun as well as any other relevant information.
  • Please note that the name of the gun should be either Thomas Watson or Watson Bros -any other name is not associated with ourselves and we do not hold any records.

We will respond once our research is completed, usually within two weeks.

£75

Watson Bros 12 Bore side by side

Watson Bros 12 Bore side by side

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 Watson Bros game gun

12 BORE /side by side

Beautifully restored by ourselves this 12 bore sidelock ejector.With very good condition 27" barrels with 2 3/4 chambers, 1/4 and 3/4 chokes. Minimum wall thickness of .028" in both bores. Bore sizes of  Left .731" Right .732" proofed at .729"   Engraved with small scroll and name inlaid in gold. Carved breech ends and all set off with case colour hardening. All wood stock length of 14 3/4". Wrapped in its beautiful lightweight leather case.weight 6lb. 10 oz.

£8,450

Watson Bros 12 Bore

side by side| £sold

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Watson Bros. 12 bore side by side deluxe

 

Gun 8004 Built in 1920 - Best side lock ejector - 30" barrels choked full and half with .733" bores. Very good wall thicknesses of minimum .027" and game rib.

This double trigger gun has a third grip, auto-safety and is profusely engraved by Harry Kell in his signature style.  The gun has been restocked to 15" with a beautiful piece of wood that befits the period.

The gun weight is 6lb 10oz

Complimented with its beautiful original case,  restored but keeping its original label.  Complete with its original tools and accessories and for protection, a deluxe new canvas outer.

 

 

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4 Bore

Four Bore | From £95,000

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4 Bore

Specially designed four bore sidelock ejector this is the only correctly proportioned four bore being manufactured in England
Made in our Towerbridge workshop and designed by Michael Louca
Barrel lengths can be from 36" to 42"
Weight is from 17lb to 20lb depending on the cartridge weight which can be 3 1/2 ounces to 4 ounces
Double trigger or single trigger
Pistol grip is advised
Exhibition grade wood
Stocked to your measurements
Engraving is included from one of our many patterns
Guncase is an extra cost dependant on the type of case required

From £95,000

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