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3202
$8,625.00

*WELL MADE OVER-UNDER DANGEROUS GAME DOUBLE RIFLE BY B. WINKLER OF FERLACH WITH SWAROVSKI SCOPE.

SN 37-125. Cal. 450 3-1/4 Nitro. 26″ Demi-bloc bbls are fitted with matted quarter rib holding one standing, one folding leaf U-notch express rear sight, and claw scope bases. Matching front ramp holds gold bead. Bottom bbl is stamped with 1968 Ferlach nitro proofs. Orig caliber has been milled out and stamped with present caliber. Bottom of bbl is also stamped “MADE BY BENEDIKT WINKLER” “FERLACH”. A sling eye is soldered to bottom bbl. Coin finished, sideplated Blitz, OU, double Kersten action features non-automatic safety, bushed strikers, and gold plated dbl triggers. Action and sideplates are engraved with near full coverage lozenges and sprays of nicely cut Germanic open scroll. Lightly marbled and figured European walnut capped pistol grip slightly hog-backed buttstock measures 14-5/8″ over black KICKEEZ pad, and features small right hand shadow line cheekpiece and multi-point pattern checkering at grip, as well as a sling loop matching that on bbl, on toe line. Matching 3-pc forend has Deeley release. 1.25 – 4 X 24 30mm Swarovski Habicht scope with crosshair and three post reticle is in Recknagel type rings, rear with windage adjustment. Drop at heel: approx 3-1/4″, drop at comb: approx 1-7/8″. Cast: approx 1/16″. Weight without scope: 10 lbs. 0 oz. LOP: 14-5/8″. CONDITION: Excellent, as partially refinished. Bbls retain nearly all of what is most likely a fine quality rust blue, but is possibly original, with a few minor marks. Coin finish of action remains bright. Stocks retain most of a light hand rubbed oil finish over a few marks, most likely done when new pad was applied. Checkering remains excellent. Bores are excellent. Action is tight. Scope is near new with a crease in top adjustment cover. Optics excellent. 51105-1 MGM321 (8,000-12,000) – Lot 3202

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Auction: Firearms - October 2016
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