615. Remington Model 1882 Double Hammergun

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serial #16350, 12 ga, 30" ribbed barrels with mostly bright very good bores showing some light fouling throughout. The barrels retain perhaps 88-90% period blue finish toning to brown-gray patina throughout with some high edge wear, a few small dings, freckling and light oxidation staining. The frame and hammers have mostly toned to a pleasing mottled case-hardened patina with light freckling, oxidation staining and some very nice bold case-hardened colors in the more protected areas. The checkered pistolgrip walnut buttstock and splinter forend with hard rubber tip remain in very good condition showing a tiny hairline crack at the upper tang and left-side frame junction, scattered dings, dents, scratches and light staining. The shotgun wears a black checkered hard rubber widow's peak buttplate with "ERS" monogram that remains in very good condition showing a small chip near the toe, light scuffs, staining and some handling marks. The gun is sighted with a single brass bead and seems to function very well mechanically with solid lockup. This gun has seen some honest use but remains a very attractive example overall. (138481-4) {ANTIQUE} (600/800) SOLD FOR $517.50

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