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Franchi, L. Aristocrat Field Superposed 12 Ga. Made 1967


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Location (State):
Pennsylvania (PA)
Pennsylvania


Member For:
15 Years 3 Months
AUCTION CLOSED
WINNER: b***k
HIGH BID: $595.00
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Shipping Fee: $35.00

Auction: 12654340

Auction Type:
Penny Auctions Basic
NRA Grade:
Excellent
Current High Bidder:
b***k
History:
47 Bids ($0.01 starting bid)
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Bid Increment:
$10.00
Auction Start:
(February 14, 2014 12:52:18 PT)
Auction Ended:
(February 21, 2014 12:52:18 PT)

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Seller's Description

Guns For Sale - Franchi, L. -- Aristocrat Field Superposed 12 Ga. Made 1967

A fine Luigi Franchi "Aristocrat Field Grade" 12 ga. over/under shotgun made in Brescia, Italy in 1967. No Stoeger import marks visible. 26" barrels of "Superchrom" steel. Choked modified and improved cylinder. 2 3/4" chambers. Single selective trigger, automatic safety, automatic ejectors. No dents in the ventilated rib or barrels. Excellent bright bores. Like new solid action. Barrels retain 99% glossy factory blue. Lightly engraved receiver still shows 98% factory case colors along with just a hint of old cleaned rust residue. Excellent finely checkered walnut forearm held with a blued latch. Matching pistol grip stock has scattered nicks and scratches but no major damage, the worst is a small 1/8" nick at the top of the pistol grip. No cracks. Excellent original butt plate. Length of pull 14". Drop at the comb approx. 1 1/2". Drop at the heel approx. 2 1/2". An excellent light weight all steel shotgun that I never fired but will guarantee to work like it should! E-mail me with any questions. No reserve. Satisfaction, with my description, guaranteed. High bidder must be at least 21 and provides a signed FFL. I'm not a licensed dealer, so have the gun shipped to a FFL holder that will accept a firearm from a non-licensee. I'll provide photo ID in the package. Thanks for bidding and good luck!

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