Yup, both. Still made by Tony Galazan's C.S.M.C. to a VERY high standard, with prices to match. Starting at $11K and going to $35K+. (Sadly, no bargain priced Sterlingworth's. ) Most would agree that in terms of quality, fit and finish, the new guns are even better the the originals largely due to modern machining, superior steels, and Tony's commitment to excellence.Rogmatt said:So what is the deal with Fox shotguns. Still made? or an old classic, or both??
C.S.M.C. also makes the M-21 for Winchester, and handles all repairs of old an new 21's.
If you're interested in the history of Ansley Fox and his many endeavors (the guy later made cars, fishing reels, and invented self-lighting cigarettes :roll: ), as well as the Fox guns in particular, this is an excellent book on the subject....