What kind of gun is the Fox Sterlingworth?
“The FOX GUN” ( A.H. Fox “Wood Grain” Catalog A.H. Fox Gun Company, Philadelphia, Pa.) THE FOX STERLINGWORTH is a plain, staunch, trustworthy gun, at a reasonable price, that will make good all the time and under all conditions. It has all the exclusive FOX features.
Where can I find a Sterlingworth Model 1911?
After serial number 50243 onward the address is Philadelphia, while The Sterlingworth Co. guns go up to the 53xxx serial number range, where we start finding AH Fox Gun Co. Model 1911’s. “The FOX GUN” ( A.H. Fox “Wood Grain” Catalog A.H. Fox Gun Company, Philadelphia, Pa.)
When was the first Sterlingworth 12 gauge gun made?
Fox Gun Grades. The so called Sterlingworth recessed pin gun was the first style 12 gauge Sterlingworth produced from 1910 to late 1912 early 1913. Recessed pin guns are found with serial numbers up to the 62000 range. It is believed that sometime in late 1912 or early 1913 the dressed flush hinge pin guns were introduced.
What’s the serial number on a Fox 1911?
Only the first couple of hundred guns have the Wayne Junction address. After serial number 50243 onward the address is Philadelphia, while The Sterlingworth Co. guns go up to the 53xxx serial number range, where we start finding AH Fox Gun Co. Model 1911’s.
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 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 Wearing serial number 94763, this classic American double was originally made by the A.H. Fox Gun Co. of Philadelphia in 1923.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.