What kind of barrel does a Sterlingworth 12ga have?
FOX STERLINGWORTH PIN GUN 12GA 28″ F/M, 95% BARRELS WITH SOME FRECKLING, , 20% CASE COLORS, EXC. BORES, GOOD WOOD, REPAIR BY RECEIVER]
When did the Fox Sterlingworth shotgun come out?
There are several patent numbers from 1905 to 1924 stamped on the receiver. I have a fox sterlingworth shotgun;trying to find out the value of it for a relative. The serial #119645 is stamped on all of the parts, even the trigger guard. It was manufactured by A.H. fox co. in phila, pa.
What kind of gun is a Sterlingworth 16 gauge?
This is a Fox Sterlingworth 16 gauge ejector gun that has 26″ barrels with 2-3/4″ chambers that are choked Mod/IC. The LOP is 14-5/8″ to the first trigger from a Pachmayr white lin …Click for more info For your consideration is a circa 1920 A. H. Fox Philadelphia built Sterlingworth 20 ga. The gun has a beautiful stock and forearm.
How much does a Sterlingworth double barrel shotgun cost?
Comparable condition and 32″ barrels may bring $900-1200. I just picked up a 16 ga. Fox Sterlingworth at Cabela’s for $850. I really wanted a set of 30″ barrels, but would have had to pay around $2,000 for one of those, so got a 28″ barreled plane jane, Utica, Savage-Fox made from all Philidelphia parts.
What was the serial number of a Fox Sterlingworth shotgun?
I have a Sterlingworth less than 200 lower serial numbers and it letters as being shipped July 20, 1928, top gun in this picture — Lower gun is 1936. The A.H. Fox Gun Co. Sterlingworth was offered in four barrel lengths, known in the period literature by names — 26-inch (Brush), 28-inch (Field), 30-inch (Standard) and 32-inch (Trap).
When did the Sterlingworth 12 gauge shotgun come out?
This is a Fox Sterlingworth 12 gauge side-by-side shotgun. Wearing serial number 94763, this classic American double was originally made by the A.H. Fox Gun Co. of Philadelphia in 1923. Action show …Click for more info
Where was the Sterlingworth double barrel shotgun made?
The serial #119645 is stamped on all of the parts, even the trigger guard. It was manufactured by A.H. fox co. in phila, pa. Its a 12 gauge standard grade (I think) , looks to be a good shape except for the stock which is scratched; the barrel has “fluid compressed steel” stamped on it.