An intriguing .410 double made by IVER JOHNSON with 26" barrels and very clean bores, with a front bead sight. Gun locks up solid, and the barrels have about 93% blue, while the receiver has sparse traces of color case hardening. Walnut wood is clean, and the checkering looks like it was freshened up as it is sharp. The LOP with the black hard rubber buttplate is about 14 3/8". The toe of the buttstock has a repair done professionally.see photos. LEft side of gun states HERCULES GRADE, and the right side stares: IVER JOHNSON ARMS AND CYCLE WORKS. (CANADA) LTD. MONTREAL MADE CORBOURG. Haven't seen one like this before! Still a handy well made double!. The widest selection of older guns at great prices, We don’t have a store, and sell on the internet only. We don’t have a WEBsite. OUR DESCRIPTIONS ARE ACCURATE.THREE DAY INSPECTION ON ALL PURCHASES.
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