Blued Bohler Antinit steel barrels with a beaded blade front sight, flip-up rear sight, and German claw mounts holding a Carl Zeiss Diavari-D 1.5-6x scope on the matted solid rib which is marked "JOHANN FANZOI - FERLACH". The barrels show standard era factory markings, import mark under the forend, 1968 dated Austrian proofs, and light scroll engraving around the breech section. The shotgun barrel has a 2 3/4 inch chamber and choke constriction of .027 inches. The coin finished bolstered hand detachable sidelock action displays beautiful extensive scroll engraving over a matted background with "JOHANN FANZOI FERLACH" in a banner on the underside and the scrollwork continuing onto the toplever, trigger guard, and both tangs. The gun features double triggers (front is a single set) and a tang mounted manual safety switch with gold inlaid "S". Highly figured, multi-point checkered three-piece forend with engraved fittings and round knob pistol grip stock with left handed shadowline cheekpiece, engraved blued steel cartridge trap with gold inlaid "PB", and red rubber recoil pad. Included is an extra set of matching numbered and engraved 16 gauge/.222 Remington barrels with 2 3/4 inch chamber, choke constriction of .032 inches, and its own Kahles Helia-Super 3-9x scope. Also included is a wood and leather takedown case with Fanzoj label inside the lid and the same "PB" initials on the exterior lid. Length of pull 14 9/16 inches. Weight 9 lbs. 1 oz. with scope.
Excellent, retaining 99% original blue and coin finishes with only some minor handling evidence. The wood is very fine with slightly ill-fitting forend seems, a few minor dings and scratches, and sharp checkering. The scope optics are sharp. The case is very good. The extra barrel set and scope are excellent. Mechanically excellent.
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