z Sold J.P. Clabrough Bros. Coach Gun-- 10 GA. antique
z Sold J.P. Clabrough Bros. Coach Gun-- 10 GA. antique
J.P. Clabrough Bros. -- 10 GA. antique - Click to Enlarge Image

z Sold J.P. Clabrough Bros. Coach Gun-- 10 GA. antique

RJT#4285 -


J.P. Clabrough Bros. -- 10 GA. antique Coach Gun.

 An English double barrel water fowl gun that has been modified for guard duty on the American frontier. It is a 10 GA. made by J.P. Clabrough Bros. in London, England and has been cut to 20" Laminated Steel barrels with bright bores overall length of 37". The gun has outside hammers with a side lever opener. Profusely engraved with English scroll on the locks, frame and trigger guard. The wood has no major chips, heavy dents, or repairs. The butt-plate is smooth steel. This gun was made in the 1870's. Has a straight stock with brass a shield in it.

There are flourishes of floral scroll engraving on the lock plates, receiver, trigger plate, break lever, hammers and forearm hardware. The barrels have a single brass bead sight and the rib is engraved "J.P. Clabrough Bros. London, England". Has 2 3/4 inch chambers with an extractor. Mounted on a nice straight grain, multi-point checkered walnut forearm which is retained by a barrel key. Length of pull is 14 3/4 inches. It is mechanically perfect. Used by Express companies, bank guards, jail and prison guards for the formidable and terrorizing effects that they could bring to bear. Also popular among Marshals and Sheriffs for their mobility and lenient accuracy at close quarters. The feel and action of this legendary Old West tool will transport you back to the time, when your trusty shotgun was your last and best line of defense.  Lock up is tight and secure without  a HINT of MOVEMENT.

Blanks Click to Order 10 Gauge Shotgun Blanks

This is an ANTIQUE and can be shipped directly to you. Adult signature required. Sold as an Antique ~ no guarantees, warranties, or liabilities for any actual usage. If any firearms are to be used for shooting purposes, a qualified gunsmith should inspect them first.

To view prices realized you must be an "Archives Member". Click Here to log in.

To become a member $3 for one day $7 one month or $15 one year Click to join here.


May we also suggest:

Recently Viewed Items

Informational Links