This Richland Arms Co. double barrel shotgun is a Model 200. It is in 12 gauge, with 2 3/4" chambers. The barrels are 28" long and have full and modified chambers, and excellent bores. The gun rates at approximately 80+% condition. The wood is excellent with no cracks or splits. The metal retains most of it's finish with a very few fine freckles. The buttpad needs replacement. The action is nice and tight and the lever is to the right of center as shown. The forend is a beavertail type. This is a nice affordable side x side, perfect for home or field use. This is NOT a C&R gun as it was made from 1963 to 1985.
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