Charles Daly 12/26Skeet BC Miroku “Rare” ANSCHUTZ In The CASE ! ! !
Charles Daly Field Grade Skeet, 12 ga. Over/Under Competition shotgun. Serial #394080. This was made in B.C.Miroku, Japan. Mfg. 1963-1976 by Miroku. The Receiver’s Scroll Engraving indicates that this Fine Over/Under is a Field Grade Shotgun. This is in Great Condition. 26” vent rib barrels with Mint bores, 2 ¾” chambers, And is: SKEET & SKEET Choked. Also: This is a ” Very-Rare ” Charles Daly Because it is Marked: ” ANSCHUTZ “ .…. This is Stamped on the Left side of the Barrel. See My Pictures. The Blue Book Says that These ANSCHUTZ Stamped Charles Dalys that were manufactured by Miroku of Japan Were: (“Distributed”,-“ONLY”-“in”-“GERMANY”). The Blue Blook Further says that These ANSCHUTZ Stamped Shotguns Are; “Rarely-Seen in the United-States”. If you’ve ever shot with a Charles Daly then you know their Superior Quality. Nuf Said ! The Forearm & Butt-Stock have Strong Checkering and a Nice, Reddish Finish. The Butt-Stock has been fitted with a GRACO Adjustable-Plate and a KICKEEZ recoil pad. The (Length of pull) = LOP is 14 ¾” to the end of the pad. The Action Locks up tightly and works Smoothly. This Gem also has these nice Qualities: Auto- Ejectors, & the Single-Selective Gold Trigger work perfectly. And the Double Beaded Ventilated Rib. This deal also includes the Nice Hard-Case Pictured and the Adjustment Wrenches for the Pad adjustment system. In the early sixties, C. Daly guns were manufactured by the firm of B.C. Miroku in Kochi, Japan. This Japanese gun manufacturing company has produced guns for many companies, Browning being the biggest current customer. Miroku guns are high quality with excellent fit and finish. Many of them are highly engraved and are fine examples of the gunmaker’s art. Charles Daly Miroku Guns are becoming quite collectible in some areas (smaller gauges with open chokes). Their production ceased in 1976. Mfg. 1963-1976 by Miroku. ** O/U MODELS = 12, 20, 28 ga., or .410 bore, 26, 28, or 30 in. vent. rib barrels, various chokes, boxlock, Auto Ejectors, SST = Single Select Trigger system, Select walnut checkered pistol grip stock, Superior and Diamond Grade Trap have Monte Carlo stocks, the grades differ in amount of engraving and wood. Mfg. 1963-1976 by Miroku. 95% $1195
SKB XL900 12/26”VR Col. Applegate
SKB Model XL900 Semi-auto 12 Gauge Shotgun, 26” VR barrel, Col. Applegate owned. This SKB Model XL900, 12 ga. auto shotgun. Serial #S2,115,809, was made in Japan and is new unfired in the matching numbered Box. 26”inch Vent-Rib barrel has a mint bore and 100% blue. 2 ¾” chamber, with the Scarce “IMP CYL.” Choke. Receiver has attractive silver side panels with etched game bird scenes. Stock and forearm have 100% glossy finish and extensive checkering. This Gun was originally purchased by Colonel. Rex. Applegate, who was famous in WWII for his work with the Office of Strategic Services and bodyguard for Roosevelt. Documentation included describing Col. Applegate’s WWII services. Also included is the original shipping box with Col. Applegate’s address & tha Shipping label Dated July 29th, 1979. This Shotgun Gun remains unfired. This is a very Interesting piece for the WWII collector! NIB, Matching numbers Addressed Box to Rex Applegate, Dated box 7-17-1979 = Historical Provenance NIB $1995
Winchester Model 9410 Lever Action Shotgun .410 Gauge Serial #SG13519. This Early Lever-Action Shotgun was made in the 1990’s , and is still new in the Winchester box with the hang tags and paperwork. The 20″ barrel has a Buckhorn Rear sight & Elevator, with a white Triangle guide; … and a Green Fiber-optic (Light-Gathering) Front sight.; plus a Mint Bore of course. This Carbine has a really nice Dark Walnut stock with a Checkered Satin-Finish. This also has the thin Black rubber butt pad. Half-magazine. 2 1/2″ chamber and the Receiver safety. The Brown & red Winchester box is in good shape & has no end label. Because the earlier ones didn’t have the Labels. New in box. …The Original price was: $2795 NOW – $1995
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