This is a Colt Mod 1883 10 Gauge with 32" barrels. All of the metal has a coin patina. It has a good amount of damascus showing. It has a 4-digit serial no. and may be a 1st. year production gun. All mechanisms work, but the action has some play when closed. The bores have some pitting, but not overly so. Buttstock pad is chipped on the one side. Buttstock wood is nice with a fair bit of checkering still standing. Splinter fore end stock has three small chips missing on the one side and another chip missing at the end of the ebony insert. There is also a hairline crack at the base of the ebony insert going back to the fore end release lever. Checkering on fore end is rubbed smooth in the center section. Please look at the pictures. If you need more, I will try to provide them, along with trying to answer any questions to serious inquiries. I try to represent my offerings as accurately as I can. But, please ask for more info if you need to. This is an antique shotgun over 100yrs old. No guarantee and no suggestion is expressed or implied that it is safe to shoot. I accept USP Money Orders Only. I will ship within 48 business hrs. of receiving funds. Sorry, No California sales. Thank you for looking.
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