Classic Arms Corporation     Custom George Gibbs Baby Farquharson Three Barrel Set    .22LR, .28-30 Stevens & .360 No.5 Rook

26" tapered octagon .360 No.5 original Gibbs barrel restored by Steve Heilmann, with blade front sight, 1 standing and 1 folding leaf rear sight marked 50 and 100 yards; engraved Gibbs, Bristol.

 

 

28" tapered round .28-30 Stevens barrel by Ron Pence with ramp front sight, 1 standing and 2 folding leaf rear sights on matted quarter rib, Parker-Hale 3x Huntascope with fine crosshairs reticle on their proprietary hand-detachable rings fitting directly to quarter-rib dovetails without separate bases, and with Rigby flats at breech; engraved Classic Arms Corporation.

 

 

 

28" tapered round .22LR barrel by Ron Smith with original Gibbs target spirit-level front sight and Rigby flats at breech; engraved Classic Arms Corporation.

28" tapered round .28-30 Stevens barrel by Ron Pence with ramp front sight, 1 standing and 2 folding leaf rear sights on matted quarter rib, Parker-Hale 3x Huntascope with fine crosshairs reticle on their proprietary hand-detachable rings fitting directly to quarter-rib dovetails without separate bases, and with Rigby flats at breech; engraved Classic Arms Corporation.

26" tapered octagon .360 No.5 original Gibbs barrel restored by Steve Heilmann, with blade front sight, 1 standing and 1 folding leaf rear sight marked 50 and 100 yards; engraved Gibbs, Bristol.

Stocks by James Tucker, with figured California English walnut harvested in 1965, including three separate matching forends, each with horn forend tips, keyed fasteners in engraved escutcheons, classic flat-topped point-pattern checkering with mullered borders, flat sidepanels fore & aft, horn-capped pistol grip, and smooth steel buttplate. Furniture by Don Brown. Vernier tang sight by Joe Lozito.
Casehardened, miniature Gibbs Farquharson falling block action with sidelever safety, rebuilt by John Wills, with new pins, new interchangeable rimfire breechblock and extractor, and upper tang with integral boss for mounting tang sight. Extensive fine English scroll engraving by Larry Peters.

Pull: 13 5/8". Weight 7lbs, 4oz as an iron-sighted .22 rimfire.

All in a Ray Sterck oak & leather trunk case with brass corners and engraved brass escutcheon, lined in blue baize. With 3 fluted-horn-handled turnscrews, horn-handled cleaning rod with selection of machined tips, machined and fire-blued steel oil bottle, grease-pot, and container holding extra breechblock and small parts for centerfire cartridge barrels, 2 machined breech thread covers, and keyed brass case latch, all by John Millar. Extra inserts and tools for .22LR barrel sprit-level front sight. 20 rounds lathe-turned .360 No.5 brass with engraved headstamps, 20 rounds new Bertram .28-30 Stevens brass, original (empty) box for Eley .360 No.5 cartridges. Vintage .360 No.5 snap cap. Instructions for changing barrels and stocks. Trade labels for both Classic Arms Corporation and George Gibbs. Leather trimmed canvas overcase and muslin overcover. New, by Classic Arms Corporation.

$33,450.


 

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