German Drilling 16 Gauge/ 9.3x72R (S11139)

German Drilling 16 Gauge/ 9.3x72R caliber Drilling. Unmarked as to maker. German Drilling 16 Gauge and 9.3x72R rifle caliber. Barrel length 27”. Shotgun barrels are 2½” chambers. Chokes are modified and improved modified. Rifle barrel has an adjustable set trigger. There is a Greener side safety. Rifle barrel sight functions with barrel selector button. Breech has side clips. Triggers guard and tang are one-piece horn. Cartridge trap for four cartridge underside of butt stock. Pistol grip cap is carved horn. Frame is a game scene with stag and two does on the opposite side frame. Cartridge trap door has floral and vine engraving. Three cocking indicators on top of the breech. Stock is very good, showing wear to checkering. Basket weave butt plate is excellent. Bores are all excellent. This is a very fine Drilling with proper amenities.

Note: Right side barrel has one very small dent and one small rust spot that left a pit. We test fired the rifle barrel and the fired shell goes with the drilling. Because this fine Drilling is unmarked, as to maker, we assume this is a German Guild Drilling. Any other solid information would be welcome!

 

Price:
$3,275.00
Item Number:
S11139
Weight:
0.00 LBS
German Drilling 16 Gauge/ 9.3x72R caliber Drilling.
Unmarked as to maker. German Drilling 16 Gauge and 9.3x72R rifle caliber. Barrel length 27”. Shotgun barrels are 2½” chambers. Chokes are modified and improved modified. Rifle barrel has an adjustable set trigger. There is a Greener side safety. Rifle barrel sight functions with barrel selector button. Breech has side clips. Triggers guard and tang are one-piece horn. Cartridge trap for four cartridge underside of butt stock. Pistol grip cap is carved horn. Frame is a game scene with stag and two does on the opposite side frame. Cartridge trap door has floral and vine engraving. Three cocking indicators on top of the breech. Stock is very good, showing wear to checkering. Basket weave butt plate is excellent. Bores are all excellent. This is a very fine Drilling with proper amenities.

Note: Right side barrel has one very small dent and one small rust spot that left a pit. We test fired the rifle barrel and the fired shell goes with the drilling. Because this fine Drilling is unmarked, as to maker, we assume this is a German Guild Drilling. Any other solid information would be welcome!
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