By late 1863 J.P. Clabrough was listed in San Francisco’s business directory. He may have spent time in California’s gold country too, as records show he owned shares in a Tuolumne County mine.
If you have to ask, it is estimated to sell for $150,000 to $225,000.
It is as lovely as a Ferrari Barchetta and every bit as high-performance.
For Longthorne Gunmakers it’s about making better barrels
David McKay Brown celebrates 50 years in business.
Henry Atkin 12-bore No. 768 was rebuilt by English gunmaker Carl Russell & Co. before it was reunited with its two siblings.
The BR110 is “modestly elegant,” with minimal engraving, bright-blued barrels and decently figured wood.
Gather a few friends for a road trip, and get out and enjoy the smell of burnt powder in the forest.
Now, coming full circle, Savage Arms is offering its own Fox A Grade made by Connecticut Shotgun.
What’s new in smoothbores for ’17
The Parker A1 Special featured at James D. Julia’s spring sale did not bring the highest price ever for a Parker shotgun sold at auction—but it came close.
With modern computerized machinery it now is possible to produce low-cost shotguns of a quality level impossible just a decade or two ago.
When Westley Richards Managing Director Simon Clode passed away in December, the firm’s owners thought hard about who could take his place at the helm.