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|Chamber||2-3/4" - Manual extractor|
|Barrel||27-1/2" Overall length. One-third octagon transitioning to round|
|Choke||Muzzle ID measures approximately .563", but we are not equipped to measure actual bore diameter. This is a .017" constriction based on a nominal bore size of.580". Based on "Best Guess" principles we figure that to be a modified choke in a 24 Ga.|
|Stock||Cut-checkered, straight-grip walnut|
|Stock Dimensions||LOP: 14-3/4"|
|Fore End||Cut-checkered, splinter-type walnut|
|Butt||Smooth, blued steel buttplate|
|Metal Condition||Barrel bluing is mostly intact with some discoloration/loss of blue in the breech area and scattered patches of freckling along the length. The receiver has turned to a gray patina, but there are remnants of blue and violet original case colors visible along with some oxidation and light pitting. Belgian (Liege proof house) black powder proofed.|
|Wood Condition||The stock and forend appear to be structurally sound, but there is some checking visible on both sides of the stock at the buttplate. There is also a small chip at the rear of the tang, but no associated crack in the wood is visible. A rather ornate engraving plate near the toe carries the name: F. Tettoni, Brescia in a crown over a ribboned oval|
|Bore Condition||While not mirror-bright, the bore is clean and reflects light well. Annular tool marks along with some light to moderate pitting are visible in the bore but its condition can be honestly classified as "fair".|
|Sights||Single metal bead|
|Gun Library||East Hartford, CT|
Description: A somewhat unusual offering, this Belgian-proofed 24 gauge shows every indication of having been used on a regular basis by a previous owner. The only proof marks are the provisional black powder proof from the Liege proof house. No nitro proof marks are visible.
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