1216. Renato Gamba Oxford Model 90 Sideplate Double Ejectorgun

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serial #21535, 12 ga., 27 1/2'' barrels choked a tight modified and a light full with bright excellent bores. The barrels retain about 98-99% original blue showing only the very lightest muzzle wear. The file cut rib is very finely matted culminating in a silver front bead. The sideplates and frame are a silvery gunmetal patina with light sprays of good-quality scroll and borderline engraving with geometric filigree around the hinge pin. There is a tiny bit of oxidation staining on the carry point of the frame and the long tang triggerguard has some light engraving on its bow. The straight grip European walnut buttstock rates excellent with no mentionable handling marks but the very tiniest crack at the rear of the upper tang, it is unobtrusive and could easily be arrested if one wished. The splinter style forend rates excellent as well with perhaps a couple very tiny handling marks and Anson pushbutton release. The protruding dummy ''pins'' on the side plates are goldplated, as-are the triggers, and the length of pull to the rear of the wood is 13 1/4'', 15'' to the dual spacer-recoil pad additions; drops are 1 1/2'' and 2''. Features double triggers, ejectors and non-automatic safety, the gun locks up tightly with the top lever just to the right of center and is on-face. A quality-made and attractive Spanish shotgun overall. (39019-1) {MODERN} (1500/2000) Sold For 1092.50

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