Charles H. Crawford, Birmingham, England.
Charles H. Crawford was a partner with George Walker of 72 ½ Weaman Street in the firm of Walker & Crawford (1889-1901).
When the partnership broke up in 1901, Charles Crawford remained at 72 ½ Weaman Street where he traded until 1934.
12-gauge Boxlock side-by-side
7 lbs., 12 oz.
Filed Flat top rib
Hand scroll engraving on action and furniture
Deeley Forend Latch
Rounded Prince of Wales stock
Gold Oval inlaid into stock
2 3/4 inch chambers
14 3/4’’ Length of Pull
1 3/8’’ drop at Comb
2 1/8’’ drop at Heel
¼’’ Cast Off
A fine and very solid Birmingham Boxlock.
Refurbishment work done by J. David Yale:
Draw file, polish and rust blue
Refit barrels to action
Trigger pulls adjusted from 2.5 lbs and 1.75 lbs to 4 lbs each
Welded trigger safety engagement lugs
Full clean and relubrication
New red Silver’s recoil pad and spacer
Polish and re-blue of small parts
Opened chokes from .020’’ (Modified) and .035 (Extra-Full) to .010 (Improved Cylinder) and Modified
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