This is a Belgian-made double barrel dating from 1953. In those days Sears, Roebuck commissioned Belgian manufacturers to make their shotguns, which they then sold using look-alike names. They were likely able to keep the price down by ordering so many, but to their credit, the gun makers put out fine no-frills shotguns. This one is stamped "Rarker" rather than the well known and more expensive "Parker"–not an illegal thing to do, but a little shady. Regardless, this hammer gun has 30" barrels, both choked full, and has a beautiful patina. It mounts beautifully and looks to have considerable life left in it. At this price you wouldn't go wrong even hanging it on the wall. If it doesn't sell, I may just do that myself.
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