Lancaster, who manufactured four barrel rifles, pistols, and shotguns, produced this .440 bore or 28 gauge piece offering double the firepower of a standard side-by-side. Charles Lancaster started as a barrel maker in London's Drury Lane in 1811, producing barrels for Joseph Manton and others. By 1826, his firm had moved to 151 New Bond Street and had received a royal appointment to Albert the Prince Consort.
A stunning J. Purdey & Sons double rifle in .600 Nitro Express. Engraved by Philippe Grifnee with a gold Rhino, Elephants and a stand of Cape Buffalos. The gold background inlay gives the gun a unique appearance and is tastefully set off by the deep relief engraving of the African game scenes.
DP-12 - Double Barrel 12Ga Pump Action Shotgun -16+1 - One stroke of the Vertical fore-grip strips 2 shells from the magazine tubes and loads them into the side-by-side chambers. When the gun is locked in battery, the two shells may be fired consecutively by two pulls of the single trigger, first right then left. -- This gun will soon be listed on our website. Until then, please email: luke@huntingandde... SKU DP1200.1300