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F/S 12 ga. Austrian Ferlach O/U 30

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by Jim Veta, Jun 30, 2010.

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  1. Jim Veta

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    Beautiful Austrian Ferlach 12 ga. 30" barrels. True sidelock. Tremendous Ferlach maker Michelitsch. Serial number is 416xx.
    Made around 1958. Both bores are .722. Chokes are both .042 extra full.DAC 1.5". DAH is 2". LOP is 14.5". Gun weight is seven pounds eleven ounces. Vent rib and Miller selective trigger. Beautiful wood. Three piece forend. Gorgeous hand engraving. Ejectors. Ferlach makers of that era were as good or better than anyone else in the world. A great value that is irreplaceable at four times the cost. $2900.00. cell #310-291-1784
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    Mow that my keyboard is drenched in drool....

    A lovely piece. I can say no more. Congratulations to the lucky buyer (which would be me if I could pick Lotto!).

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    Talk about a live bird gun.... WOW... BTW.. The Miller single trigger conversion was stolen by no other than Krieghoff for the model 32.. The rest is history..
     
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    .042" both pipes? That would stop a hard driver at any fence.
     
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    PERAZZIBIGBORE.. FYI.... The Miller Single Trigger conversion was NOT stolen by Krieghoff for their Model 32. The original Model 32 that used the Miller Trigger was designed and produced by Remington Arms Co. Krieghoff bought the patent and design for the Model 32 from Remington Arms. Then the rest was history... Jim, That is a very nice gun. Good luck with your sale.
     
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