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|Metal Condition||Rich bluing with some minor habdling marks, overall very nice|
|Stock Dimensions||14 3/8 LOP|
|Extras||Maker's case, cleaning rod, oiler,two extra firing pins and photos.|
|Sights||Front blade with 2-leaf express rear|
|Gun Library||Fort Worth, TX|
|Stock||Satin finished walnut with checkered pistol grip and engraved steel grip cap|
|Fore End||Checkered walnut splinter|
|Weight||8 lbs 14 ozs|
|Bore Condition||Bright; strong rifling|
|Barrel||25 1/2 inches|
|Wood Condition||Some dings and dents|
|Butt||Checkered walnut with engraved steel heel and toe caps|
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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