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CZ Hammer Coach SBS 12/20 3 inch CCH Walnut

CZ Hammer Coach SBS 12/20 3 inch CCH Walnut

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CZ Hammer Coach, Side-By-Side, 12 Gauge, 3" Chamber, 20" Barrel, Improved Cylinder and Modified Fixed Choke, Case Hardened Finish, Walnut Stock 06130

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CZ Hammer Coach, Side-By-Side, 12 Gauge, 3" Chamber, 20" Barrel, Improved Cylinder and Modified Fixed Choke, Case Hardened Finish, Walnut Stock 06130

Following the tradition of guns used by stagecoach guards of the 1880’s - youll think youre riding shotgun. Double triggers. Extractors. Turkish walnut Sporting Clays-style stock w/round knob. Beavertail Schnabel forend. Hand-checkered 20 LPI. 19th century color case-hardening. Fully functional external hammers. Manual safety. Polished blue. Wt.: 6.7 lbs.
Additional Information

Additional Information

Manufacturer CZ
SKU GAG_CZ06130
Condition New in Box
Action Type No
Caliber 12 GA
UPC 806703061306
Model Hammer Coach
Type No
Manufacturer Part Number 06130
Accessories No
Barrel Length No
Finish Per Color No
Capacity No
Firing Casing No
Frame Per Material No
Hand No
Sights No
Reviews

Customer Reviews 3 item(s)

Work of Art
I just wanted to add that besides everything else about this shot gun it is a work of art.
Simply beautiful overall. Other than just needing some slicking up to make it break easier it is one of the most quality high end coach guns you can own. while it's not a perfect 10 overall it's pretty close.
Stiff hammer and lever springs takes a point away. Owning one of these just makes you proud.
Value
Quality
Review by DanBo / (Posted on 4/3/14)
Excellent quality
First the pros... Exceptionally nice fit and finish.
Tasteful small engravings, cold case finish is nice.
The top lever will break the action with the right hammer cocked.
Now the cons... Heavier than expected. The true weight of my gun is 7lbs 5oz, nowhere in the 6.7lb range the CZ-USA site specs state. Excessively hard hammer springs. Top lever is also over sprung. Action was stiff to break but in a quality way.
Wood has nice finish but is not very fancy.
The checkering on the forearm is so sharp I had 3 diamonds get chipped off on a wipe cloth so far.
Overall after some work I got it slicked up and now it breaks freely. Compared to my Cimarron 1878 coach gun the 1878 is a better value but much heavier at 8lbs.
The CZ is a nicely made quality shotgun but it disappointed me for the money.
For me the better value and also nicely made is the Cimarron 1878, it doesn't need any spring work at a much better price for 12ga coach gun.
Value
Quality
Review by Daniel / (Posted on 3/30/14)
Excellent quality
First the pros... Exceptionally nice fit and finish.
Tasteful small engravings, cold case finish is well done.
The top lever will break the action with the right hammer cocked.
Now the cons... Heavier than expected. The true weight of my gun is 7lbs 5oz, nowhere in the 6.7lb range the CZ-USA site specs state. Excessively hard hammer springs. Top lever is also over sprung. Action was stiff to break but in a quality way.
Wood has nice finish but is not very fancy.
The checkering on the forearm is so sharp I had 3 diamonds get chipped off on a wipe cloth so far.
Overall after some work I got it slicked up and now it breaks freely. Compared to my Cimarron 1878 coach gun the 1878 is a better value but much heavier at 8lbs.
The CZ is a nicely made quality shotgun but it disappointed me for the money.
For me the better value and also nicely made is the Cimarron 1878, it doesn't need any spring work and at a much better price for 12ga coach gun.
Value
Quality
Review by Daniel / (Posted on 3/30/14)