"Last Chance, will be removing this listing soon if it doesn't sell".This is a Rare Remington Rolling Block 16 ga 2 3/4" chamber shotgun with factory sling & swivel attachments by Husqarvarna Vapenfabrik. This I believe is a model 12 in excellent condition with a bright mirror bore, 90+% vivid case hard colors on Receiver with some minor handling marks and 80% on buttplate with a touch of brown patina. The 34" 1/3 octagon & 2/3 round full choke barrel has about 98% barrel blue left with rifle sights. Straight grain walnut stock with cheek piece and hand cut checkering and uncheckered forearm have some handeling marks but are in excellant condition with a high gloss finish, no cracks or chips just a ding or two. I'm not sure but I believe this shotgun was refinished at some time in it's life but it is so well done it is hard to tell. It also features a double safety hammer and double extractors, research shows that it was manufactured between 1919 & 1933. Upper tang screw is is a little buggered with some upper tang finish wear. I was told when I purchsed this shotgun that it came from a museum in Sweeden. Buy it Now price listed, make an offer. Thanks for looking!
Feedback: : Wednesday, 1/2/2008 at 9:20 PM EST Subject: Question on Listing Print Delete You have already replied to this message. View Reply Re: Listing #909544622 thought you might like to know- the condition of your husky shotguns indicates they were almost for sure kept in the Husqvarna factory museum in Sweeden until a few years ago. When Europe went to a common market and open borders the western european countries were flooded with refugees from the easterm european countries and emigrants from arab lands. sweeden which had not very restrictive gun laws and which had gov. sanctioned shooting clubs and matches disarmed itself to keep guns out of the hands of non sweedish emigrants. Husqvarna is still a viable industrial combine but it has nothging to do with firearms and sold off all the contents of its museum several years ago, so - your contention that your guns came from a museum is almost certainly correct.
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