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For sale is this early Krieghoff K-80 over and under shotgun barrel. It is 30 inches long and has a double beaded ventilated rib 12x8. It is ported with a double row of 16 ports on each side of each barrel with a small space and a small set of ports consisting of 2 rows of 3. The bore is brilliantly shiny and it appears to be back-bored and the forcing cones lengthened. This is a used barrel with some rubbing wear and scratches from general use and being taken apart to clean. When put together and the forearm in place the wear will not show, as should be the case. I see no sign of any pitting or rust, none. Well cared for. The barrels are marked 2 3/4" sF on the top one and 2 3/4" IM on the bottom one. However, when measured it shows M/IM. On the upper barrel down the side it reads "Bohler-Laufstahl" and closer to the action "18, 3mm" a proof mark and "12/70" with an "05" under that. Bottom barrel reads "Imported By Melvin J. Hunting Belle Mead New Jersey" closer in "U3" under that "18, 4mm" proof mark then "12/70". In front of a small shield area on the bottom of the bottom barrel is a serial # which is 5813 and on the shield itself it reads "C. C. Seitz" under that a proof mark then IC then another proof mark. Under that it reads "Made in W-Germany" and lastly under that "Shotguns of Ulm". As you can see from the photo the top and bottom barrels have about a 1/4 inch space between them. This is a really nice barrel. Probably was used for live pigeon shooting.
$1500 shipped or trade with another K80 O/U or unsingle barrel




 
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