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*28 BORE CREMINI ENGRAVED S. LUCCHINI SIDELOCK EJECTOR GAME GUN WITH CASE. SN 60789. (1990) Cal. 28 ga. 2-3/4″ Chambers. 28″ Chopper lump bbls with semi-raised, concave, matted rib, are gold inlaid “S. Lucchini Italy” on rear of left bbl, followed by importer and gauge. Bbl flats are stamped with 1990 Italian nitro proofs, Lucchini logos, and chokes which have been counter stamped “SK”. Coin finished sidelock action features non-automatic safety, bushed strikers, raised rib tumbler end cocking indicators, and double triggers (front articulated). Action is filed with fine bead around fences, which extends into small bolster, and with well shaped action beads. Action is engraved with very well cut medium shaded scroll on fences and bottom, surrounding superb Bulino vignette of pointer and flushing bobwhite. Lockplates are fully Bulino engraved to the outer edges, and depict same pointer in various poses with game birds in wonderful appropriate backgrounds. A trio of bobwhite erupt from a rocky hillside with tree line and agricultural land in background of left lock, and a pair of chukar partridge flush from dramatic rocky crag into alpine valley on right. Engravers signature “C. Cremini” is on trigger plate. Scroll engraved trigger guard has SN at grip. Lightly figured and nicely veined European walnut straight grip buttstock measures 15″ over checkered wood butt and features drop points, and point pattern checkering at grip. Long splinter ejector forend has Anson release. Bore diameter: left-.550, right -.550. Bore restrictions: left -.025 (Full), right -.020 (Full). Wall thickness: left -.035, right -.037. Drop at heel: 2-5/8″, drop at comb: 1-3/8″. Weight: 5 lbs. 12 oz. LOP: 15″. Light tan leather case with leather corners is lined in green felt, and has Lucchini paper label on lid. Case contains 2-pc walnut and brass cleaning rod, square oil bottle, and a pair of snap caps, along with two keys. CONDITION: Excellent. Bbls retain 95% orig blue, silvering at muzzles, thinning at normal wear point, with some light scratches and marks. Action retains essentially all of its coin finish. Stocks retain most of their orig finish with some minor marks, thinning and lifting somewhat at grip. Checkering is slightly worn. Bores are excellent. Action is tight. Ejectors are in time. Case is very fine with some soiling, rubs and ink stains on leather. Interior cloth is very fine, with some compressions from contact with gun. Some interior partitions are beginning to detach. 4-49118 MGM172 (8,000-12,000)

Auction: Firearms - Fall 2013
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