Very unusual, possibly prototype over / under rifle shotgun combination gun. It has a tip down barrel, back action locks, and double exposed hammers. The wood stock has a checkered pistol grip and a rifle style butt plate. We have been unable to find any markings on the gun, or another like it. We feel it was built around 1880. It was once in the Frank Seller’s Collection, and was sold, after his death.
Caliber: .40 Rifle / 16 Ga. Shotgun / Both Cartridge
Overall Length: 49″
Barrel Lengths: 32.1″
Weight: Over 11.5 pounds
Condition: Iron parts retain a high percentage of original blue finish with the balance turning brown – Stock is excellent with most of the original finish, and only minor nicks and bumps – Shotgun bore is brite and rifle bore a little rough – Action functions perfectly
Questions: Call 801-554-5120