Hollywood Movie & TV Shotgun, Acme Arms Co. Belgium, 12Ga., MFG...
Item # 4223
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Hollywood Movie & TV Shotgun, Acme Arms Co. Belgium, 12Ga., MFG. Antique, SN: 149263, SxS, 19'' Damascus Finish Belgium barrels. Has extractor. From the collection of & used by famous actor Dale Robertson in the TV show ''TAILS OF WELLS FARGO'' which aired from 1957-1961 & in other Western movie & TV roles. Was originally a Stembridge rental gun & is marked with their ''S'' on the floorplate. Also stamped ''W.F. & CO. 126'' on the right side of stock. The original round pistol grip checkered wood stocks are good & solid, but with pinned repair break at wrist. Stock has many nicks & dings. Metal finish has toned to a brown patina. Bores are fair, Double triggers, but front one is partially broken off. Checkered inset steel buttplate. The gun comes with a notarized document from Dale Robertson that says ''The above shotgun is from my personal collection of weapons used in the filing of my western movies and television series. It was originally a Stembridge rentals gun and is marked with their ''S'' ''. He stared in movies like, Return of the Texan (1952), The Outcasts of Poker Flat (1952) & Lydia Bailey (1952). Described by TIME in 1959 as ''probably the best horseman on television'', for most of his career, Robertson played in western films & television shows - well over 60 titles in all. Tales of Wells Fargo, being his best-remembered series. This gun is Very Collectible amongst Wells Fargo & Old West collectors. No FFL Req. - Value: 500 to 5000


Hollywood Movie & TV Shotgun, Acme Arms Co. Belgium, 12Ga., MFG...
Item # 4223
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