Dating winchester 1894
The top and sides of the receiver still have ample amount of case colors. Typical of the fine Charles Daly shotguns, it has a nice looking piece of European walnut with a nice thin pistol grip which is fine-line checkered and comes down to the classic knob. Forearm also has the same fine-line checkering and is in VG cond but does have a slight chip out of either side where the forearm intersects with the pivot point of the frame. Item # MSG596-26-487 A huge gun of approximately 5 bore. Also a couple of fill spots in the bottom part of the stock.
Item # MSG666 12 ga with a 25" bbls measuring 15" to the end of the English recoil pad. Top opener, automatic ejectors and double triggers. Overall in excellent condition retaining virtually all the bright case colors and original blue. Dimensions drop at the heels 2" and at the comb about 1-2/3". There is a letter from his son stating various facts about the gun. The gun comes complete with a Factory Letter from Holland & Holland stating the manufactured configuration as well as import papers from the original owner clarifying the fact that he had received it as a war souvenir while stationed in Europe. It is well executed with some deep relief engraving on the bolsters and some very fine scroll on the sides and bottom. Comes with a thin inner sleeve as well as another overlay case marked J. Gun comes with a letter from Alexandra Mc Cain Morgan. She was married to one of the Morgans and she gives lineage of the family. Overall gun is in fairly good condition with a fair amount of wear to the checkering. If you want a good double rifle without spending ,000 this would be a good option for you. Marked on the receiver "Henry Atkin" and on the barrels "Henry Atkin Ltd.