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|Barrel||25 1/2 inches|
|Weight||8 lbs 14 ozs|
|Stock||English walnut with raised cheek piece and checkered pistol grip with grip cap|
|Stock Dimensions||14 3/8 LOP|
|Fore End||Checkered splinter|
|Butt||Checkered walnut with steel heel and toe caps|
|Metal Condition||Rich blueing; light handling|
|Wood Condition||Some dings, dents and scratches|
|Bore Condition||Bright; sharp rifling|
|Sights||Express sights on checkered flat top rib|
|Extras||Factory case, cleaning tools, snap caps and copy of magazine article.|
|Gun Library||Fort Worth, TX|
Description: This rifle was originally built for the Duke of Southerland. In 1981 it underwent restoration. The original engraving was removed and replaced and gold inlayed by Rene Delcour and Philippe Grifnee, renouned Liege engravers. All parts were cleaned and reblued. The rifle was featured in Game Country Magazine Jan/Feb 1990, in an article entitled "Lions And Tigers And Rifles" by John Barsness.
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