Sterlingworth Brush Model Circa 1939
Sterlingworth Grade Directory
Here is one of the very last. It is a 12-gauge Fox-Sterlingworth Brush built on the drawbolt frame. It was shipped November 1939. The gun weighs 6 pounds 14.5 ounces and is recorded as being choked improved cylinder and modified. The chokes measure .013" and .026".
"The FOX GUN"( A.H. Fox "Wood Grain" Catalog A.H. Fox Gun Company, Philadelphia, Pa.)
THE FOX STERLINGWORTH is a plain, staunch, trustworthy gun, at a reasonable price, that will make good all the time and under all conditions. It has all the exclusive FOX features.
The BARRELS are genuine Sterlingworth Fluid Compressed Steel-(FOX PROOF)-thoroughly tested and guaranteed for strength and shooting qualities. THE STOCK is best quality plain American Walnut, thoroughly seasoned and checkered. Full capped pistolgrip only. THE ENGRAVING consists of linework around the frame and guard. THE FOREND is a new FOX spiral spring creation, and acts as one of the greatest compensating devices ever placed on any gun. Will never break or get loose.
Weight 6 3/4 to 8 lbs- 12 gauge
Weight 5 3/4 to 7 lbs- 16 gauge
Weight 5 1/2 to 6 3/4 lbs 20 gauge