Walter Scott - Experimental or Trials Carbine
.43 Dutch Beaumont, Trials Carbine Patented 1873
LincolnCitySportingGoods A+(397)
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Item 669765847
Location Lincoln City, OR 97367
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Walter Scott - W.J. Matthews Experimental or Trials Carbine. Unusual design, bolt sliding to the right activating the extractor/ejector. Caliber .43 Dutch Beaumont. Light cartouche in stock that says Walter Scott Birmingham 47A Pincip St. Patented in 1873 in England and the U.S. Copies of drawings and patent papers included. May be the only one.

FOR SALE: is a unique carbine Walter Scott - W.J. Matthews Experimental or Trials Carbine. It is a very unusual design, the bolt sliding to the right activating the extractor/ejector. Caliber is .43 Dutch Beaumont. A dummy cartridge is included from a fired case. Patented in 1873 in England and the U.S.

Overall length is 37.0".

Barrel length is 20.0".

LOP is 14.0".

Bore is pitted but shiny. Exterior wood is sound, handling marks but no cracks or repairs. Has been lightly cleaned in recent past. As seen in pictures, the metal is roughly handled but functions well. Firing pin has been rebuilt and firing pin screw replaced. Gun has been fired, but not warranted for shooting. Dummy round included from fired case for display.

Patented in 1873 in England and U.S. Copies of drawings and patent papers included. May be the only one. Hammer is rebounding. Back of lock plate is marked "Joint Patent Stanton & Co. 19141". Top of receiver marked "Walter Scott Patentee".

There is a faint cartouche on the left side of the butt stock, faint but legible that says, "Walter Scott, 47A Pincip St., Bermingham" inside an oval.

Not much information on it, but you get all I have. May be one of a kind.

Update: Seller has just authorized a new, much lower price to get this one sold.

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