The Army and Navy Co-operative Society Ltd. began in 1871 in England as a means to sell goods to military personal at discounted prices. By 1901, the company had opened branches in Bombay, Delhi, Calcutta, and Karachi, selling firearms, ammunition, and other various sundry to customers around the world. This fine side-by-side shotgun was made in London and is built around a box lock action. The action is covered in ornate scrollwork and the stock is a cast-off style. The Double Gun uses a traditional double trigger and extractors. Its deluxe walnut stock has been revarnished but not sanded and its metal has been reblued. The shotgun's 27-inch barrel accepts screw-in choke tubes with the right barrel having a .014 choke and the left barrel a .010. Other features on this 12-gauge include a tang-mounted safety and bead sights. Its wood, metal, and bore are all in very good condition.