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|Metal Condition||Barrel bluing is strong overall with scattered freckling and small spots of oxidation. Receiver retains a good deal of mostly blues and violet case coloring mixed with gray patina. All action screws show evidence of turning.|
|Stock Dimensions||LOP: 14", DAC: 1 1/2", DAH: 2 3/16"|
|Sights||Metal front & Ivory(?) mid bead|
|Gun Library||East Hartford, CT|
|Stock||Checkered walnut with Prince-of-Wales grip|
|Fore End||Checkered walnut, splinter-type|
|Manufacture Date||The serial number in the 146000 range indicates that this shotgun was builr by Hunter Arms in 1936.|
|Choke||Fixed chokes - Improved Cylinder & Modified|
|Bore Condition||Both bores are bright but show signs of leading|
|Chamber||2 3/4" - Ejectors|
|Wood Condition||The forend and stock are structurally sound, but have been refinished at some point in time. The stock is chipped at the toe and the buttplate is also damaged. There is evidence that the stock was once removed from the action.|
|Butt||Serrated, black plastic buttplate (chipped at toe)|
Description: A fine example of a 1930's production L.C. Smith Field grade gun by Hunter Arms of Fulton, NY. Most of the darker case colors remain and the barrels still hold a strong blue with scattered speckles of oxidation and freckling. The stock has a small chip at the toe and has been sanded and refinished in the distant past, but the bores are bright and the barrels ring true.
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