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John Dickson & Son Boxlock, made in 1931

12 Gauge, A & D Non-ejector, side-by-side shotgun

The gun is in good condition inside and out with partial scroll engraving and 'Dickson & Son' engraved in banners on the side of the action. The barrels measure as the day they were re-proved, the bores are unmarked inside and out. The gun is fitted with a figured stock which conforms to the same length as it did in 1931.

In order to prepare the gun for sale we have given it a full service, strip and clean, the stock and fore-end wood has been sympathetically cleaned and re-oiled, all the chequering has been cleaned out, the barrels and furniture re-blacked and pins re-coloured. The gun barrels also benefit from having its ribs stripped and relaid at great expense.  

This particular gun was one of three Anson & Deeley non-ejector guns ordered in the spring of 1931 by a member of the Usher Brewing Family of Edinburgh. A number of Dickson best Round-Actions and sidelocks were already in use by the Usher family so we can only speculate that these plain short-stocked guns were for younger members of the family to use. 

Specification

  • Price: £1150
  • Action: Anson & Deeley, top lever with Greener type bolt, fore-end with Hackett snap fastener. 
  • Gauge: 12
  • Barrel Material: Steel
  • Barrel Length : 28in
  • Chambers: 2 1/2in
  • Proof: Birmingham Nitro Re-Proof .729 in 1980
  • Bores: .729 (R) & .730 (L)
  • Walls: .022 (R) & .028 (L)
  • Chokes : CYL (R) & 1/2 (L)
  • Ejectors: No
  • Stock dimensions: Drop at Comb 1 5/8in, Drop at Heel 2 1/8in, 14 1/8in to Heel, 14in to centre, 14 1/2in to Toe 
  • Cast Off: 3/8in
  • Weight: 6lb 4oz
  • Location: Dunkeld