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SN 1652. Cal. 12ga. Chambers 2-3/4″, 28″ bbls with matted solid rib, sgl front bead. Chokes CYL/MOD. Typical semi-beavertail type forend. Model 32 style ejector action with standard bird dog engraving on each side. Dbl triggers. Uncapped pistol grip stock. 14″ LOP over Remington marked hard plastic buttplate. DAC 1-1/2″, 2-1/2 DAH. Automatic safety. CONDITION: An unusually nice Remington Model 32 which has survived with high factory finish. Bbls retain 95-98% of orig factory blue with the most minor handling marks and blue loss from forend attachment. Bores bright, shiny and unpitted; no dents or dings. Gun has crisp factory markings on both bbls and receiver. This gun has nearly all of its orig factory blue with minor handling marks and faint wear to sharp edges. Slight lessening of blue on trigger bow. Gun was treated to lovely nicer than average walnut with handsome grain and figure in buttstock. Checkering is crisp, sharp and well executed. Gun opens and closes with authority, ejectors are strong. Triggers are crisp. This is a charming Model 32 which shows very little if any use afield. 49934-2 TJW (1,250-1,750) C&R – Lot 1259

Auction: Firearms - October 2016
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