Army Navy CSL 12G
Army Navy CSL was founded in 1871 by military and naval officers seeking to obtain quality goods at better terms through centralised purchasing. Many of the major firearms manufacturers of the time (Greener, Webley, Colt, Winchester, etc) provided arms to Army Navy. Glasgow University Archives have kindly confirmed that this gun was sold to D. Kenworthy, Esq. on September 2, 1911 for 26GBP’s! While they are unable to confirm the manufacturer of this particular gun, we believe the characteristics would indicate Webley & Scott. Because the Army Navy moniker is not as well known as some of the manufacturer’s names, buyers can get very high quality firearms at prices which are often half those with the manufacturer’s name on the gun!
This gun has modern characteristics with its 30″ barrels and has been restocked to 14 3/4″, with the original stock also being provided. This gun has been apparently redone by a capable craftsman and the case coloring is alive and stunning.
Chambers: 2 1/2″ 1 1/8 OZ Proof
Condition: Exc as refurbished
Metal Condition: Exc as refurbished
Wood Condition: Exc as refurbished
Bore Condition: Very good
Stock Comb: 1 1/2
Stock Heel: 2 7/8
Stock Cast: Neutral
Butt Pad: Red Rubber
LOP: 14 3/4
Manufacture Date: 1911
Choke Left: .035 Lt Full
Choke Right: .005 IC
Minimum Wall Thickness Left: .029
Minimum Wall Thickness Right: .030
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