1951 - 2000

 

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Sauer & Sohn shotgun models: 1951 up to 1999

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Model VIII or m/8 (1951 to 1958)
Caliber 12, 16 & 20
English stock or pistol grip with cheek piece.
Purdey double sliding bolt with Greener cross bolt
Sideclips and safety on the top strap
Traditional Anson & Deeley boxlock with underlying TBD, the action has a straight ending towards the stock, loading indicators on action side, double triggers
Extractor

Was made in various versions of engraving.

 

Model VIII E or m/8E (1953 to 1958)
Caliber 12, 16 & 20
English stock or pistol grip with cheek piece.
Purdey double sliding bolt with Greener cross bolt
Sideclips and safety on the top strap
The action has a straight ending towards the stock, loading indicators on action side, double triggers
Ejector

Was made in various versions of engraving.

 

Model Royal (1953 to 1958)
Caliber 12, 16 & 20
English stock or pistol grip with cheek piece.
Purdey double sliding bolt with Greener cross bolt
Sideclips and safety on the top strap
Scalloped action has a straight ending towards the stock, loading indicators on action side, double triggers
Ejector

m/Royal

A premium gun that always was engraved. A copy of the old XVIII.

 

Model 5/5 (1953 to 1958?)
Caliber 12
English stock or pistol grip with cheek piece.
Purdey double sliding bolt, no cross bolt
Safety on the top strap
The action has a straight ending towards the stock, no loading indicators at all, double triggers
Extractor

Was made with a very poor engraving This was a gun that Sauer made to take a stand against the very much cheaper imported guns from Spain, Italy and East Germany. The price was low and Sauer used the most modern production technique that mostly was developed during the war.

 

Model KIM or FOX (1953 to 1958?)
Caliber 12
English stock or pistol grip with cheek piece.
Purdey double sliding bolt, no cross bolt
Safety on the top strap
The action has a straight ending towards the stock, no loading indicators at all, double triggers (FOX) or single trigger (KIM)
Extractor

Two models that was made with a very poor engraving. These two guns Sauer made to take a stand against the very much guns from Spain, Italy and East Germany. Especially as a stand against the Thälemann made m/8 (a copy of Sauer & Sohn m/8) The price was low and Sauer used the most modern production technique that mostly was developed during the war.

 

Model 54 or BBF54 (1953 to 1988)

Caliber 12,16 & 20, as BockFlinte, BockBüchsFlinte and Doppelstudzen or in English: O/U shotgun, cape gun or combination gun and double rifle. It was made in a various of rifle bullet calibers.
Over and under shotgun with the locks on the triggerplate (Blitz action)
English stock or pistol grip with cheek piece.
Double lugs on barrel, Kersten cross bolts
Safety on the top strap
Scalloped action has a straight ending towards the stock, loading indicators on action side, double triggers
Ejector or extractor

By many viewed to be the best Sauer to be made after the second world war. When it was introduced the price was higher than for the drilling. Sought after on the second hand market with rather high prices. Very rightfully so - if you find one, and you can afford it - buy it. You wont be disappointed.

 

Model REX (1953 to 1959?)
Caliber 12
Prince of Wales stock with no checkering.
Single barreled shotgunwith exposed hammer, the action has a straight ending towards the stock, no loading indicators at all
Extractor

 

Model IX or m/9 (1953 to 1959?)
Kiplauf in various calibers
Pistol grip with cheek piece.
Purdey double sliding bolt, Greener cross bolt (of center)
Safety on the top strap
Scalloped action towards the stock, no loading indicators at all, double triggers
Extractor

 

Model 53 or Drilling53 (1953 to 1955)
Caliber 12, 16 & 20 and in a various of rifle calibers.
Drilling (three barreled gun) with the locks on the triggerplate (Blitz action)
Pistol grip with cheek piece.
Purdey double sliding bolt with Greener cross bolt
Greener safety on the side
Scalloped action has a straight ending towards the stock, loading indicators on top strap, double triggers
Extractor
Was made in two versions: standard (STD) or premium  (LUX).

By many viewed to be one of the best drillings that was made after the second world war.

 

Model 3000 or Drilling3000 (1955 to 1997)
Caliber 12, 16 & 20 and in a various of rifle calibers.
Drilling (three barreled gun) with the locks on the triggerplate (Blitz action)
Pistol grip with cheek piece.
Purdey double sliding bolt with Greener cross bolt
Greener safety on the side
Scalloped action has a straight ending towards the stock, loading indicators on top strap, double triggers
Extractor
Was made in a at least two versions: standard (STD), premium  (LUX), lightweight with alloy acion (DUR), barrels of Böhler Antinit Steel (ANT)
The last versions had separate handling of the lock for the rifle barrel.

 

By many viewed to be one of the best drillings that was made after the second world war.

 

Model “SauerBeretta” VIII or m/8 (1958 to 1960)
Caliber 12, 16 & 20
English stock or pistol grip with cheek piece.
Purdey double sliding bolt with Greener cross bolt
Sideclips and safety on the top strap
Traditional Anson & Deeley boxlock the action has a straight ending towards the stock, loading indicators on action side, double triggers
Extractor or ejector.

 

Model “SauerBeretta” O/U (1959 to 1979)
This is more or less the standard Beretta S55 (STANDARD) or S56 (IMPERIAL) just cobranded Sauer.

 

Model “SauerBeretta” O/U (1979 to 1984)
This is more or less the standard Beretta 686 (REGENT formerly STANDARD) or S686 Silver Pigeon (FAVORIT formerly IMPERIAL) and as DIPLOMAT. Beretta guns, just cobranded Sauer.

 

Model “SauerBeretta” VIII or m/8 (1960 to 1970)
This is the normal copy of Sauers m/8 that AyA started to make rather early. Please see AyA model pages.

Model “SauerFranchi” O/U (1984 to 1990)
This is the normal O/U from Franchi sold in three different models: REGENT, FAVORIT or DIPLOMAT.

 

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