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Lewis Richards True Lefty Boxlock non ejector 12 gauge

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Lewis Richards True Lefty Boxlock non ejector

£95

12 gauge Shotgun Trade Seller
Used - Poor Condition Kettering , Northamptonshire
Side by Side, 1/2 Choke, 1/2 Choke, 28" barrels
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Description

14 1/4 pull to the front trigger
Sleeved 2 1/2 inch (65/7 mm) chambers
I’ve never seen a true lefty side by side
The front trigger is set over to the left side of the gun
Semi pistol grip
Proofed .729 in both
Still measures.729
Stock pinned at head , not the best job I’ve seen but not the worst either
No visible cracks anywhere
😳😳😳
Really good entry level side by side
Bargain really


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Posted (edited)
13 minutes ago, Novice said:

Which way does the top lever open Mick? 

No knurling on the RHS of the toplever.....so I recon to the R? 

Edited by panoma1

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So for it to be an absolutely true left hand gun, it should open to the right, right? 

Sorry to derail the for sale thread slightly. I may have to buy the gun by way of apology! 

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Left handed and right handed guns open by pushing the lever to the right. Normally cast on the stock denotes which hand the gun is.

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12 minutes ago, Gordon R said:

Left handed and right handed guns open by pushing the lever to the right. Normally cast on the stock denotes which hand the gun is.

100% right!! from a left handed shooter the majority of guns break open to the right on the lever only a small amount open either way . You can normally tell the cast of the a gun by looking down the barrel ( only if it is empty and safe obv) and seeing which way the stock turns too will determine which way the stock is cast on the gun. 

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Top lever pushes across to the right , I’ve never seen one go the other way , it’s straight ( no cast) so it can be shot right handed 

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