Greener TD Pre-Owned W.W. GP Martini Single Shot Shotgun - 12 Gauge Walnut

£150.00
Product Code: TD

Greener TD Pre-Owned W.W. GP Martini Single Shot Shotgun - 12 Gauge Walnut

£150.00
Product Code: TD

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An interesting version of the classic W. W. Greener Martini action shotgun. This has a 26" barrel choked 3/4. 

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About 60,000 Greener EG guns are believed to have been manufactured between 1922 and 1964, about 45,000 for Egypt and the rest going to other far-flung parts of the Empire. The guns were so well made they’re still in service in some places – there are recent photos showing police in Burma armed with them. While most of the colonial police service guns were in the proprietary 14gr chambering, a number were made in conventional 2¾^ chambering as well, notably for the Royal Hong Kong Police and for export to the US as prison guard arms. Meanwhile, Greener decided to offer a civilian version as well, chambered for conventional 12ga smokeless 2¾^ shotgun shells. As well as using regular ammunition, the fore-end was much shorter, the barrel longer and the guns lacked the sling swivels found on the police guns. Known as the GP (General Purpose) the gun proved extremely popular, being made from 1922 to 1964 by W.W. Greener, then from 1965 to around 1980 by Webley & Scott after they acquired the firm. In 1985, a consortium including Graham Greener took back the rights to the name and W.W. Greener is still in business making bespoke shotguns, albeit not of the GP design.

Mechanism: Martini
Calibre: 12 Gauge
Barrel Length: 26"
Stock Length: 14" 1/2
Chamber Length: 2" 3/4
Ejectors: No
Orientation: Ambidextrous 

Delivery and Returns

Delivery

Royal Mail Tracked 48 (2-4 working days) - £2.50*
Royal Mail Tracked 24 (1-2 working days) - £4.50*
Next Working Day Delivery up to 1Kg - £9.99**
Next Working Day Delivery over 1Kg - £14.99**
FREE Delivery on orders over £150***
Express AM RFD Transfer - £20.00****
 
* UK mainland only excluding large and long items such as fishing rods.
** Orders placed before 14:00 on weekdays excluding bank holidays.
***Exclusions apply such as RFD transfers.
****Please provide details of which RFD you would like the order to be shipped to when ordering.

Returns

If it is deemed necessary to return an item for exchange or refund, please note the following:
Goods returned must be in original packaging, with labels still attached.
Notification of intention to return must be provided within 14 days of receipt.
Goods must be delivered to us within 14 days of return notification.
Goods must have accompanying copy receipt for return.
Goods returned unwanted are subject to a minimum postage charge of £3.50 or the actual delivery costs incurred to us, whichever is the greater.
Returned goods must be in new condition, i.e. unused and unmarked with labels attached.
Costs incurred in returning items are your responsibility.

About 60,000 Greener EG guns are believed to have been manufactured between 1922 and 1964, about 45,000 for Egypt and the rest going to other far-flung parts of the Empire. The guns were so well made they’re still in service in some places – there are recent photos showing police in Burma armed with them. While most of the colonial police service guns were in the proprietary 14gr chambering, a number were made in conventional 2¾^ chambering as well, notably for the Royal Hong Kong Police and for export to the US as prison guard arms. Meanwhile, Greener decided to offer a civilian version as well, chambered for conventional 12ga smokeless 2¾^ shotgun shells. As well as using regular ammunition, the fore-end was much shorter, the barrel longer and the guns lacked the sling swivels found on the police guns. Known as the GP (General Purpose) the gun proved extremely popular, being made from 1922 to 1964 by W.W. Greener, then from 1965 to around 1980 by Webley & Scott after they acquired the firm. In 1985, a consortium including Graham Greener took back the rights to the name and W.W. Greener is still in business making bespoke shotguns, albeit not of the GP design.

Mechanism: Martini
Calibre: 12 Gauge
Barrel Length: 26"
Stock Length: 14" 1/2
Chamber Length: 2" 3/4
Ejectors: No
Orientation: Ambidextrous 

Delivery

Royal Mail Tracked 48 (2-4 working days) - £2.50*
Royal Mail Tracked 24 (1-2 working days) - £4.50*
Next Working Day Delivery up to 1Kg - £9.99**
Next Working Day Delivery over 1Kg - £14.99**
FREE Delivery on orders over £150***
Express AM RFD Transfer - £20.00****
 
* UK mainland only excluding large and long items such as fishing rods.
** Orders placed before 14:00 on weekdays excluding bank holidays.
***Exclusions apply such as RFD transfers.
****Please provide details of which RFD you would like the order to be shipped to when ordering.

Returns

If it is deemed necessary to return an item for exchange or refund, please note the following:
Goods returned must be in original packaging, with labels still attached.
Notification of intention to return must be provided within 14 days of receipt.
Goods must be delivered to us within 14 days of return notification.
Goods must have accompanying copy receipt for return.
Goods returned unwanted are subject to a minimum postage charge of £3.50 or the actual delivery costs incurred to us, whichever is the greater.
Returned goods must be in new condition, i.e. unused and unmarked with labels attached.
Costs incurred in returning items are your responsibility.