People have been asking for this one for years, and it's finally a reality!
To my knowledge, this is the first time flintlock double barrel shotguns have been produced as a regularly manufactured item since the 19th century!
We have these in stock, ready for delivery. The pictures below are of one of the early guns. It is a side-by-side 20 gauge (I.E. .62 caliber). The furniture is all hand forged steel. The gun in the photos is one of the early ones and it came with buck-and-ball sights, but the current production guns have a regular bead front sight. We'll upload newer pictures when we get a chance. Please do not email asking me to send you pictures of a new gun. It takes very little imagination to picture a bead sight instead of buck-and-ball sights. The only other change was to eliminate the sling mounting loop on the rammer thimble.
When I find the time to get pictures and upload them, I will.
Overall length is 44 1/2", barrel length is 29", and the gun weighs 7.3 pounds. The muzzles are cylinder bore.
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