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SN 10892. Cal. 20ga. Chambers 2-3/4″, 26″ bbls with concave matted rib, Bradley type red bead front sight, steel mid-bead. Marked on underside of bbls “WS-1” “WS-2” chokes. Winchester proof steel marked on underside of each bbl. Winchester proof marks on bbl flats with other standard markings. Buttstock and forend are both high quality replacements. Lovely splinter style forend in dark honey colored walnut with beautifully executed no border checkering, with a scallop flourish at front and rear. SN marked on forend wood and forend iron. T-shaped forend iron anchor. Blued Model 21 ejector receiver with “TRAP SKEET” marking on floorplate ahead of trigger bow. Winchester patents and address marked on water table. Winchester slg selective trigger. Buttstock is a wonderful piece of dark honey colored walnut with dark straight grain streaks through the wrist area and balance figured throughout. Wonderfully executed no border fine line checkering on grip and side panels. Blank gold-tone initial square on toe line. Checkered butt. Unfluted comb. 14-1/4″ LOP. DAC 1-1/2″, DAH 1-3/4″. Automatic safety. PROVENANCE: The Collection of Jim Beckley. CONDITION: As new. For all intents and purposes, this gun retains all of its wonderfully, professionally restored finishes. Shows virtually no blue loss. Bbls retain nearly 100% of their blue with the tiniest scratching at left muzzle and a couple of minor spots under forend at attachment point. Receiver exhibits all of its external blued finish with water table flats polished cleanly, which accentuate Winchester address and patents markings nicely. Trigger bow, top lever and upper tang have all of the blue. Screws are excellent. Forend is in perfect condition, all edges sharp with a wonderful hand-rubbed finish. Buttstock finish is once again an exquisite hand-rubbed finish with all checkering sharp to the touch and eye. Top lever right of center. This gun is tight, operates crisply. This wood and metal work is truly top shelf. This custom Model 21 project was executed with fine thought, care and skill. 50633-3 TJW (3,500-5,500) C&R – Lot 1177

Auction: Firearms - October 2016
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