This is a
wonderful gun built I believe back in the late 1980's by
Bruce LePage. It is styled after the original H. Nock
fowler I have for sale which was restored by Bruce. The
lock is by L&R. The mounts are steel with a blued
finish. The 32" long barrel in 12 gauge is a
tapered round style and has a deep charcoal blued color
with the breech and tang having a fire blued color. It
has a gold band inlayed at the breech. The
wood is a wonderful piece of English walnut with
beautiful figure. The checkering is hand cut in a proper
flat top style. If you have ever tried to checker a gun,
you will appreciate the work involved in doing it
properly. The nosecap is
cast pewter. The ramrod
has a horn tip at the top end with a threaded brass tip
at the lower end.
Overall an exceptionally nice gun for any collection or
to take to the range. The gun is slightly used with
minor wear to the frizzen and the bore is in excellent
condition. The wood is excellent with just a few very
minor dents from handling over the years. Very light and well balanced. The
pictures will tell you more.
From what I have heard, Bruce
LePage no longer builds guns and is strictly an engraver
To see more of Bruce's current
Weight is 6 lbs.
Pull is 14".