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Remington Arms Inc - 58

Lot 1600
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Estimated Price: $1,800 - $2,750
Superb Engraved Remington Sportsman 58 SC Skeet Target Grade Semi-Automatic Shotgun
Serial # ManufacturerRemington Arms Inc Model58
TypeShotgun Gauge12 Catalog Page96
Barrel Length26 Inch Vent Rib FinishBlue Grip
Stockwalnut ClassModern Long Gun RatingSee Condition
DescriptionProduced from 1955 to 1964, the Model 58 was the first Remington semi-auto to move away from Browning's recoil-driven design, instead using gas operation. White front and nickel mid beads, with a "SKEET" marked choke. Both sides of the frame are roll engraved, with a pair of bird dogs flushing a group of 3 birds in a grassland scene on the left, a group of three ducks in flight over a lakeside on the right, and the "SC" grade mark on the underside. Fitted with an extra fancy walnut stock, with the adjustable gas port integrated into the magazine cap, fine areas of checkering on the beavertail forearm and pistol grip, a Remington grip cap with Fleur-de-Lis accents, 14 1/4 inch pull, and a solid Pachmayr Decelerator recoil pad.

ConditionNear new, showing only the lightest of handling marks, fine roll engraving, sharp checkering, and excellent wood grain. Mechanically excellent. Simply a magnificent competition shotgun impossible to improve upon. From the Collection of James Tipton.
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