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« on: September 02, 2023, 10:41:01 AM »
$575 shipped USPS Oversized (because 30" barrels) CONUS from me to you.

That's what I have in it. Feel free to go check Gunbroker's completed auctions.

Shall be advertised elsewhere.

Scofflaws need not apply.

Being sold as a non-firing/wall hanging pre-98 antique.

because I don't know you and I don't know what sort of sooper-dooper extreme velocity 3" magnum shells you'd stuff in it.

Action will need some tightening.

Bores are decent for a 150 year old gun.

C.G. Bonehill was an English gun maker from 1851 to 1914. He (they) were located at 33 Charlotte Street from 1851 to 1871, Morville Street from 1872 to 1876 and Belmont Row from 1877 to 1914. All these addresses are in Birmingham, Englsnd. There no serial number-year made tables in my reference book. There are illustrations of three guns that Bonehill made including a Hammer Double (High hammer.type, the thumb pieces of the hammers stick straight up). This gun was made in8, 10 or 12 gauges with 30,32,34 or 36 Damascus or laminated barrels and was made from 1872 to 1890.

"Story,  how do I know you know this is an antique???"

Why, a capital question! Have some documentation.

NOTE - you see 12, I say 10. It chambers a 10, that squeezes down to a 12.

That's a superdooper tight choke for slaughtering birds.

Be this guy at the next gunfight


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