• Manufacturer:
  • Wanless Bros.

Wanless Bros. Side-by-Side Shotgun

London Gun Room
Product Code: CM 539

A pre-owned Wanless Bros. Side-by-Side Sidelock Ejector Shotgun in completely original condition with traditional Fine Rose and Scroll engraving pattern retaining some of the case colour-hardened finish.

This shotgun is available from the London Gun Room.

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  • Features
  • Year of Manufacture: Circa 1920
  • Calibre: 12-bore
  • Barrel Length: 30 inches (76cm)
  • Chambers: 2 1/2 inches (63cm)
  • Chokes: (Right) Improved & (Left) Full
  • Stock Length: 14 1/2 inches @ centre (37cm)
  • Weight: 6lb-11oz (3.03kg)

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Calibre: 12-bore
Action: Sidelock Ejector
Triggers Double trigger
Safety: Auto


Length: 30 inches, Chopper lump barrels (71cm)
Chambers: 2 1/2 inches (63mm)
Rib: Game rib
Chokes:(Right) Improved & (Left) Full


Quality: Best quality grade Turkish walnut
Grip type: Classic half-pistol grip
Length: 14 1/2 inches @ centre (37cm)
(Can be altered to fit client’s individual stock length measurements)
Cast: OFF 1/8 inch @ face (3mm)
(Can be altered to fit client’s individual stock cast measurements) 
Forend: Traditional splinter forend
Butt End Finish: Chequered


Detail: Traditional Fine ‘Rose & Scroll’ engraving pattern.
Although this general description is used to describe a lot of different styles of engraving, it has been used here to describe an extremely fine and detailed pattern which consists of a combination of light small English scroll and clusters of flowers (usually roses). it is deliberately understated and uses the most commons style of engraving decoration on many British sporting guns in the 19th and early 20th century.
Finish: Retaining some of the original case colour hardening

Other Information  

Weight: 6lb-11oz (3.03kg)
Manufacture Date: Circa 1920
Case: Uncased