Hey guys! I received this great shotgun as a graduation present, and I am looking for some history. It is my first shotgun (to own) and I'm just curious.
The shotgun is a 12 Gauge with two SxS 30 inch barresl. On one barrel it says:
"PROOF TESTED 12 GAUGE
--2 3/4 & 3 INCH SHELLS--"
also, to the right of those words is "(SP)" and what looks like the numbers 51 turned sideways followed by a ")"
On the other it says:
WESTFIELD, MASS. USA
to the right of these words is also "(SP)" and "(5"
On the left side of the gun, there is a serial number: "B769132"
On the right side of the gun, there are the words: "FOX B-series"
On the bottom of the gun is an engraving of a Fox's head.
The gun is similar to this one here:
the wood engravings are exactly like the one there, but mine is a 12 gauge. Thank you to anyone who can help me!