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Would anybody be interested in a Sidelock Ejector SXS produced by F. Sarriugarte (imported by American Arms... under the Derby name) If so, let me know.... make any offer.

Features:
true sidelocks
double triggers
selective ejectors
straight stock (English Walnut)
splinter for-end
Decelerator Pad
coin finish
scroll engraving
hand checkering
Brass Intial Oval inletted in stock (still blank)

Adam

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What's the length of pull, the drop(s) and cast?

Condition and year?
 

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The gun was made in the 60's or the 70's.... not sure which. It is in good condition. It just has honest hunting wear. I purchased the gun about 5 months ago but I need the money so that I can purchase some things for my bird dogs.

The LOP is 15''.... just like it should be on a double trigger gun. I don't know how to measure the other things you have asked. They are pretty standard in terms of sidelock stock measurement..... it fits me like a deerskin glove and I hate to sell it but, like I said, I need the money.

Sorry I could not be more helpful.

Adam
 

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Adam,
It is a beautiful shotgun. I have a question about the pitch of the butt pad. If you project a line from the rib to the rear, is the butt pad at 90 degrees to that line? It is easier to approximate if you put the rib against a wall and let it slide down until the butt hits the floor. If it is at 90, the heel and toe will touch at the same time. If it has a pitch to it, the heel will touch and the toe will be above the floor.

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Hello Customstox,

The stock does have positive pitch. I don't know how to measure it, though.

When I did what you asked, the toe was above the floor.

Thanks for post. Sorry for the delayed response. Let me know if you have anymore questions. :)

Adam
 

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I think the way to measure the pitch is sorta like you did, but, place the butt flat on the floor, scootch it over to the wall till the receiver just touches, measure the tip of the barrel to the wall, or from the receiver to the wall if the muzzle touches first.
 
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