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Francotte Eagle Grade (45) 12 Ga

Reference #: 1621678
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Hammond, Indiana
(219) 845-9036
(219) 845-9079

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Gauge 12 Ga
Metal Condition Barrels retain lots of blue, howeever, there is some light damage from surface rust near the breeches. Still retains good case color on the action.
Stock Dimensions 14 3/4" LOP. 1 7/16" DAC. 2 5/8" DAH.
Gun Library Hammond, IN
Stock Checkered Pistol Grip
Trigger Double Trigger
Status available
Fore End Checkered Splinter
Manufacture Date 1920's
Weight 7lbs 10oz
Choke Full/Full (.035 both barrels)
Bore Condition Bright and shiny. Both bores measure .729.
Chamber 2 3/4"
Barrel 30"
Wood Condition Some marking, none through the finish. Appears to have had a good refinish sometime in the past.
Butt No-shoc red recoil pad


One of the top sideplated boxlock ejector guns offered by Francotte, the Eagle Grade. This particular gun was imported by the prestigous firm of Von Lengerke and Detmold. A top-rib extension with hidden crossbolt combine with side clips, to enture the barrels lock up tightly and ensure long life. The 45  Grade features highly carved fences and game-scene engraving surrounded by extensive scroll. On the bottom of the action is a gold-inlaid eagle - hence the name Eagle Grade. The engraving, lettering and the screw heads are all crisp, and the gun retains more than a little of its original color case hardening. The barrels, unfortunately, appear to have suffered from poor storage. There is sone rust damage to the finish at the breech ends of the barrels. But with a little work, this one could be a showpiece once more.

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