This fine little Jackson 20 gauge arrived today. I have wanted an English double 20 that was either neutral cast or cast on for my left handedness. This one has just a touch of cast on.
I was impressed with the gun from the pictures before I bought it. I’m even more so now that it’s in hand. At 5 pounds 4 ounces, it feels like a wand, if that term isn’t too over used.
I know there were a few Jacksons who built doubles. I’m not well enough versed in the British builders and less so in the lesser known ones. So I couldn’t say which Jackson built this one. It is sleeved and proofed for 2 3/4”. I am excited to get afield with it. I think I’ll shoot a couple rounds of skeet Thursday with it.
Any insights into the Jackson shotguns would be appreciated.