20 ga. Vine Painted Trade Gun, circa 1760 (Type ‘G’) by Clay Smith.
“This gun is a typical English style from the mid 18th century. The brass mounts were all copied from original pieces. It has been painted oxide red and over painted with vines similar to the Bumford trade gun. The barrel is by Rice and is 36″ long, octagon to round. The lock is by Davis. It is correctly marked with ‘London’ on the top of the barrel and View, Proof and barrel maker’s stamps on the side flat.”
13 7/8″ trigger pull.
Gun is in “Like New” condition.