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*** Old 12 Gauge Side by Side For Sale ****

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  1. skip

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    Need help identifying this gun for sale.


    The Receiver is stamped "Belgium"


    Shot a round of trap with it Sunday


    Gun is as tight as new. Automatic Safety.


    Thanks!



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  2. jdlovejoy4

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    How Much
     
  3. gus wasso

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  4. skip

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    Unsure of value guys.


    I was hoping someone would chime in with a ballpark suggestion.


    The gun is rusty as you can see but it's super tight and shoots nice.


    The barrels cleaned great up with a brass brush and Hoppies No.9


    You can contact me with via the private message system.
     
  5. Fast Oil

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    Those are Belgian proof marks.
     
  6. boomer

    boomer TS Supporters TS Supporters

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    It's a Belgium Guild gun that's, pretty much, a copy of a Francotte. Lot's of these guns were brought home by WW-2 GI's. These no name guns are worth 6-750 in nice shape. I'd value this one at $350-$450.
     
  7. Wentez

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    Note - it is marked Krupp Fluid Steel so it should be OK to shoot if there is no other safety problem.

    George
     
  8. gun fitter

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    I'll take it for $ 300 if the bores are not messed up just what I'm looking for as a beater. Joe goldberg
     
  9. skip

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    Hi Joe


    Bores look good.


    Let me ask the lady who ownes the gun and I'll get back to you soon as I find out.



    Thanks
     
  10. gun fitter

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    Skip, I can't seem to get the private message thing to work for me. My contact info is gunfit@aol.com or 609 231 6187 cell 609 390 2597 answering machine
     
  11. Dave P

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    Krupp built the short stubby cannons for the Germans during WW II I believe. The Big Bertha came from naming one of these after a daughter named Bertha who was a rather large woman.
     
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