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German Guild gun

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by twcpdc, Mar 21, 2010.

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    This a nice 16 GA german guild gun it has 29 1/4 inch barrels it is choked for upland game the LOP is 13 1/4 inch. I am looking for $1000 for the gun shipped to your FFL. Thanks Tom
     
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    Would be nice to see more then the top of the gun. If you could add some more pic's if you could.
     
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    On the bottom of barrel is FLUSSTAHI KRUPD-FS 3 more letter to light to read.
    On top in a circle YRUPP STHL is this any help to anyone. Any info would help Thanks Tom
     
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    I cannot get the choke reading but it would be like imp cyc and mod It does not seem to be full choke.
    Thanks Tom
     
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    Light choking for close birds and a full choke for those that go farther.
     
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    How crooked is the stock?
     
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    The stock is mostly stright might have a little cast off for right hand shooter.
    Thanks Tom
     
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    What are the proof marks and do they have the year noted?
     
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    Looks a lot like a 16 ga Sauer I had trade away a few years ago nice gun I made some long shots on phesants with it, did not have cheek piece on stock
     
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    I know what a "guild" is but why is called a "guild gun?"
     
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    It is a generic name gun built under the supervisoon of the German gunmaker's guild, hence "guild gun" Now if I got that wrong, I'm sure someone will correct me
     
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