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I have gotten my hands on a most excellent (95%+) Fox B-SE 20 ga 3", 26" IC/MOD.

I will have pics available, do not have camera handy now. Beautiful Case Colored frame, beavertail forend, single trigger, selective ejection, really great gun.

Top lever well to right.

$550 shipped FFL-to-FFL only. No trades or FTF.
 

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Shooting Coach, Question on grade B-SE? There was a b grade and a be grade made from 1905 to 1918, they are both worth a lot more money than you are asking? I did email you very interested please send pictures. Thanks, Bill
 

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Since this gun has 3" chambers the oldest it could be is early 60's. This gun should also have a raised vent rib and more than likely, pressed checkering. They are good field guns and generally shoot dead flat!

'Coach you got this one priced right where it should be.

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Shucker has it on the money.

It is a later (Savage Arms Co) model, vent rib, single trigger, selective ejection. I had its litter mate in a 16 many, many years ago. WHAT A FIELD GUN!!!

I thought I would let the folks here have first shot at it. I only load and shoot the 12 these days, and no longer hunt, or this gun would be in my safe.

Case colors on receiver are virtually 100% and are beautiful. Barrels were checked with guage, and check out Improved Cylinder and Modified.

I am not trying to pull anyone's chain, but pics will not be available until I can get camera and gun together, then come back to the house and download pics.

I almost never sell a gun for anyone else, but this belongs to a good enough friend that I am doing this gratis. Typically when a gun is sold here "for a friend", it is $100 too high.

Stock and forend are spiffy, no cracks or discolored areas. I don't know how this one missed being shot to death, but it is the best one of these I have seen in years.

The instant I saw it, the first words out of my mouth were OMG. LOL

I knew right then there was a guy or gal here that would love to hunt with it.

He needs to sell it, and I asked him to let me sell it for him on this forum.
 

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These are great hunting guns. My uncle Bill had one in 16 guage, and no grouse survived in front of him.

Some of the later production got a little cheesy, with poor wood-to metal fit, but the earlier ones were very nice.

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He stated it has a vent-rib

"It is a later (Savage Arms Co) model, vent rib, single trigger, selective ejection. I had its litter mate in a 16 many, many years ago. WHAT A FIELD GUN!!!"

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Check out the link below for a recent sale on a Fox shotgun.
Regards, Joe
May have to copy and paste this link
http://blog.chasenantiques.com/2010/12/06/julias-sells-teddy-roosevelts-shotgun-for-world-record-price-october-5-2010/
 

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Pic of left side of gun. Upon closer examination, I discovered an easily repairable crack in stock on this side. It may not be visible in pic.
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