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Jump to new posts Re: O/U for Sporting Clays by ed good @ Yesterday at 11:29 PM

argo, most pump guns are fine pointing and shooting guns... my favorite is the remington model 17... re drugs, not to worry... beer and wine only, do hit fur me...
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Jump to new posts Re: O/U for Sporting Clays by Argo44 @ Yesterday at 11:14 PM

Ed, thanks for the insight but the fine, natural, pointing characteristics of the Remington 870 was what started this line off. We both (son/father) want to see if the O/U's can equal it to match the other obvious two-shot without-moving-a-finger, r
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Jump to new posts Re: RIP NRATV by nca225 @ Yesterday at 11:11 PM

I am no David Hogg, Geo. I’m just a loyal American who is happy to see that a conduit for Russian money into our elections is finally facing consequences for their disloyal activities. A good day for Democracy.
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Jump to new posts Re: O/U for Sporting Clays by ed good @ Yesterday at 10:46 PM

jOe: us prophets, we are disturbed...it is part o de burden o bearin da news...good an bad...
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Jump to new posts Re: Blitz Triggerplate Drilling - Cocking Pins Repair by Old No7 @ Yesterday at 10:45 PM

Dang it... The solder repair of the rifle's cocking indicator pin failed after a few dry fires (using snap caps). Oh well, now to look for a more permanent solution... Old No7
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Jump to new posts Re: Stock shield: remove or leave it? by Jolly Bill @ Yesterday at 10:12 PM

Originally Posted By: canvasbackStan, looking at my pics of Ansley I would have to agree. Looks like 4th from the Left. Crap! How could I get it wrong? Can you see my red face from where you are? I never was good at counting. Thanks for the corr
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Jump to new posts Re: Hollenbeck Drilling #1236 12ga over .32-40 Ballard by Mr. Polecat @ Yesterday at 09:54 PM

Just a little update on this, in the interest of being fair towards Cherry's. They did finally get back to me about returning the gun, and have been really good about it so far. I'm not making any assumptions until I have the money back in my hand,
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Jump to new posts Re: C.s. Shattuck 8 ga. restoration by Kutter @ Yesterday at 09:45 PM

Nice job of polishing. Here's a link to one that's been sold. Some nice pics of orig condition to go by in your restoration. ..and maybe you saw it already. http://www.antiquearmsinc.com/shattuck-shotgun.htm
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Jump to new posts Re: Where to buy a couple of shipping boxes? by DAM16SXS @ Yesterday at 09:33 PM

Regarding used corrugated.... No shipper will honor a damage claim is a gun is shipped in used corrugated.
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Jump to new posts Re: E.M. Reilly; History; Chronology; Serial Numbers by Argo44 @ Yesterday at 08:51 PM

I'm continuing to add trivia to this line and believe that some very knowledgeable SxS experts are now coming around to understanding that Reilly did indeed build guns...a lot of them...33,000 SN'd guns and by 1880 over 1000 a year...3 a day...not co
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Jump to new posts Re: O/U for Sporting Clays by HomelessjOe @ Yesterday at 08:48 PM

I realized something disturb'n too...you are disturbed.
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Jump to new posts Re: Best Books for the Amateur Smith by RogerLaF @ Yesterday at 08:41 PM

I agree, brother! I love doing and I learned it all by reading and doing.
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Jump to new posts Re: RIP NRATV by Geo. Newbern @ Yesterday at 07:38 PM

Its fine to be a democrat NCA, but it is not necessary to become the David Hogg of doublegunshop...Geo
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Jump to new posts Re: Where to buy a couple of shipping boxes? by Replacement @ Yesterday at 07:24 PM

Midway USA sells heavy cardboard shipping cartons for guns. If it's a valuable gun, think about building a plywood box inside the cardboard carton. Doesn't have to be pretty, 1/4" ply is enough to keep the carton from getting punctured or bent
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Jump to new posts Re: American Hero by Stan @ Yesterday at 07:10 PM

I watched several of those last evening, Bruce. Thanks for the link. SRH
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Jump to new posts Re: FDR's shotgun by Researcher @ Yesterday at 06:27 PM

and real Generals --
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Jump to new posts Re: Where to buy a couple of shipping boxes? by Geo. Newbern @ Yesterday at 06:24 PM

I just save'em from the guns I buy. If you have a bad enough habit they tend to mount up...Geo
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Jump to new posts Re: Best Books for the Amateur Smith by Nick N. @ Yesterday at 06:07 PM

+3 on shotgun technicana, if you are looking for more than a reading list, nothing beats a good cheap gun to "experiment" and develop your skills with... while books and videos can keep you entertained till 3 am in the morning, NOTHING beat
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Jump to new posts Re: Scottish doubles, whatcha got! by RARiddell @ Yesterday at 05:23 PM

Originally Posted By: old colonel2nd on the wood Do you own it? Yes!
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Jump to new posts RIP NRATV by nca225 @ Yesterday at 04:09 PM

https://www.yahoo.com/entertainment/nra-kills-off-nratv-report-040910096.html And now a moment of thoughts and prayers for the dead network....
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Jump to new posts Re: Scottish doubles, whatcha got! by Terry Lubzinski @ Yesterday at 03:16 PM

Hello PG. The grip width at that point is 1.075 inches.Cheers
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Jump to new posts Re: Translation help..?? Thanks. by Gunwolf @ Yesterday at 03:05 PM

Looks nice at the first glance, at the second there are several mistake..! That wasn't an expert. Cheers, Wolfgang
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Jump to new posts Re: Stock shield: remove or leave it? by Drew Hause @ Yesterday at 02:43 PM

E.W. was the many time Kansas State Champion https://www.trapshooters.com/threads/kansas-state-champion-e-w-arnold-and-his-lefever.494345/ At the 1914 GAH; 4th from left in middle row
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Jump to new posts Re: Where to buy a couple of shipping boxes? by PALUNC @ Yesterday at 02:23 PM

Go to your local gunshop and see if they have any shipping boxes that they have received guns in.
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Jump to new posts Re: Stock shield: remove or leave it? by RichardBrewster @ Yesterday at 02:08 PM

Mark, I had a nice straight stock F grade Lefever in the 49000 range, on which the stock shield (in the usual location) was inscribed to show that the gun was 1st prize in a trap competition, awarded to a competitive shooter named E. W. Arnold, who
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