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W.W. GREENER LIMITED

Currently, all guns are built to each customer's specifications.
Current manufacturer established in 1829 in Newcastle Upon Tyne, and currently located in Hagley, England, with sales and administration offices located in Wiltshire, England. While there is no current U.S. agent, Kirk Merrington, located in Kerryville, TX has a good knowledge of W.W. Greener guns and can repair most types. Until 1994, Gibbs Rifle Co. located in Martinsburg, WV was the U.S. agent.
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W.W. GREENER LIMITED Firearms Models

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MINIATURE SERVICE RIFLES

Greener manufactured miniature service rifles modeled on original Martini service rifles and were similar in appearance, feel and weight to the service equivalent, but in .22, .279 or .230 calibers. Conforming to the NRA class of 'Military ...

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SHARPSHOOTERS CLUB RIFLES

These were the first club rifles made from 1900, in .310 caliber and several variants were produced. This was the least expensive rifle produced for club shooting and was designed both for target practice and match shooting. Models include...

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MINIATURE CLUB RIFLES

A variety of miniature club rifles were produced for indoor shooting at short ranges. Models included the M 52, MS 63, M 84, and the M 110 Ladies Model. After the first World War, the fourth grading system for single barrel rifles was modif...

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GENERAL PURPOSE (GP Mk I)

12 ga., improved Martini action, 26, 28, 30, 32, or 34 in. barrel, full or mod., auto ejector, straight hand stock, was also produced as a Multi-choke shotgun with a set of five interchangeable chokes and as a Trap model with raised ventila...

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GP MK II

12 ga. only, famed general purpose (GP) English shotgun configuration featuring Greener Martini action, 28 or 30 in. barrel, walnut stock and forearm. Disc. 1999.

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G 60 ROYAL

12, 16, 20 ga., or .410 bore, best Self-acting or Unique ejector model with fine scroll, game scenes or deep carved engraving and gold crown. Disc. 1967.

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G 70 IMPERIAL

12, 16, 20 ga., or .410 bore, 2 1/2 or 3 in. chambers, very best presentation exhibition quality Unique or Self-acting ejector model with steel or Damascus barrels with deep carved scroll and game scene engraving, gold crown and scepter. D...

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L 40/L 50/L 120

12, 16, 20 ga., or .410 bore, best sidelock ejector model with dovetail lump barrels, fine scroll engraving with choice of bright or color case hardened frame finish. Disc. 1967.

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L 60/L 80/L 150

12, 16, 20 ga., or .410 bore, 2 1/2 or 3 in. chambers, very best sidelock ejector model with chopper lump barrels and easy-opening device, bright or color case hardened frame finish. Disc. 1967.

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L 70/L 90/L 500

12, 16, 20 ga., or .410 bore, 2 1/2 or 3 in. chambers, very best sidelock ejector model with chopper lump barrels and easy-opening device, bright or color case hardened frame finish. Disc. 1967.

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Hammerless Ejector Model DH 75/FH70

12 ga. only, 2 3/4 in. chambers, best quality of the medium grade guns, scalloped action, 27, 28, or 30 in. barrels, case hardened receiver, choice of engraving (game scene or fine scroll work). Disc. 1967.

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EMPIRE

12 ga. only, 2 3/4 or 3 in., any choke, 28, 30, or 32 in. barrels, hammerless, boxlock, straight stock or semi pistol grip. Disc. 1967.