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Jump to new posts Re: Union Firearms Model 50 by ClapperZapper @ 32 minutes 1 second ago

I envy you Jon. In the best sense of the word. Other than the Crescent Triumph, I consider the Union Forearm’s 50 to be about as rare and interesting an American side-by-side as was ever built. I really question though the volume estimated for the
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Jump to new posts Re: Favorite Game/Gun Picture - 2018 Hunting Season by Stan @ 45 minutes 35 seconds ago

I've seen pics of the huge prairie sunflower fields in Alberta, and the pea fields, Tamid. That's a different world. While there are some larger fields here (100 to 300 acres), many are broken up by woodlots or old fencerows into smaller, odd shaped
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Jump to new posts Re: BSS 20 gauge sidelock by Ted Schefelbein @ 52 minutes 7 seconds ago

Me? No. Started a new job with the University of Minnesota in November, I’ll be either working, or, thinking about work. Have fun. Best, Ted
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Jump to new posts Re: For Geo. by HomelessjOe @ Today at 07:07 AM

Originally Posted By: Run With The FoxStan- the late Nash Buckingham could not have said it better- I think of how he prevailed in the duck hunting seasons with his cataract surgery, late in life-- I have been an ardent waterfowler for 65 years hand
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Jump to new posts Re: Galazan Chamber Gauge by tut @ Today at 07:06 AM

Internal Dial Caliper works for me. Just mark 2.5" 2.75" and 3" on the arms. Slide in the chamber and when the chamber length is reached take the reading. Helps on chokes as well. Pretty simple and handy.
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Jump to new posts Re: For Geo. by Stan @ Today at 07:06 AM

Originally Posted By: Karl Graebner I shoot them well even at targets simply because I have developed the necessary muscle memory needed for the light guns. Well said, and so true. SRH
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Jump to new posts Re: For Geo. by GLS @ Today at 07:00 AM

Karl, that's a special gun. Gil
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Jump to new posts Re: David Trevallion by salopian @ Today at 06:17 AM

Argo44, Yes I heard David had become reclusive due to family circumstances and moving house. But I have only ever had good times with David and wished to update him about life at Purdey's .
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Jump to new posts Re: 1890 L.C. Smith Baker made for sale by adkmountainken @ Today at 06:07 AM

TTT lets make a deal!
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Jump to new posts Re: Questions on fiber wads by salopian @ Today at 05:55 AM

Many reloaders here in the UK use Gamebore shells for reloading. a forum called PigeonwatchUK has a reloaders section , members on there will provide recipes and information for reloading fibre wadded cartridges . Although we use many different powde
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Jump to new posts Re: Gun case felt by Mike Harrell @ Today at 03:16 AM

I bought some baize, pearl glue and interior boards from them. Shipping was only 10 pounds. That should be enough to redo my case.
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Jump to new posts Re: BSS 20 gauge sidelock by Perry M. Kissam @ Today at 02:31 AM

Thanks Ted. Are you going to be at the Benfield show in Vegas next week?
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Jump to new posts Re: Highwall engraving by Dennis Daigger @ Today at 12:13 AM

Thaine nails it. Absolutely stunning. Dennis
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Jump to new posts Re: Eddy 10/30/2003-1/12/2019 by WildCattle @ Today at 12:09 AM

Thank you Fellows, it's hard to explain this experience to most people. I knew you would get it. I did like the Tinkhamtown story, even though I hope I am not quite there yet. Unfortunately, the breeder is not responding. Of course, I cannot expect
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Jump to new posts Re: For Geo. by Karl Graebner @ Today at 12:01 AM

Bob, The 12b weighs 6lbs. 8oz. and has a neutral balance. The 20b comes in at 6lbs. 2oz. and balances the same. Both are 26" and are choked IC//MOD. At the neutral balance they are lively without being whippy. I shoot them well even at targets s
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Jump to new posts Re: Fly Fishing & Wingshooting Expo by 67galaxie @ Yesterday at 11:57 PM

How is this not the coolest thing in the world?
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Jump to new posts Re: Eddy 10/30/2003-1/12/2019 by 67galaxie @ Yesterday at 11:55 PM

Looks like you gave him a wonderful life. Kudos to you sir!
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Jump to new posts Re: Questions on fiber wads by FelixD @ Yesterday at 11:35 PM

Does anyone have specific information regarding data for AA hulls for clay targets? Many years ago the Ljutic mono wad was used as a replacement for the AA wad. Does such a thing still exist? What about fiber wads for reloading light loads such as 7/
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Jump to new posts Re: Galazan Chamber Gauge by 2-piper @ Yesterday at 11:24 PM

I do not have a Galazan chamber gage so do not know what diameter they are made to. As to the "Old" guns, be aware that SAAMI specs did not exist when most of them were built. Present specs call for a minimum chamber diameter at the junctur
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Jump to new posts Re: Galazan Chamber Gauge by Jolly Bill @ Yesterday at 11:12 PM

If Tony Galazan serial numbered his brass chamber gauges being discussed, the one shown in the link provided below would be Serial Number 1. (I couldn’t figure out how to post the image directly so provided the link.) I made this one almost 40 year
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Jump to new posts Re: BSS 20 gauge sidelock by Ted Schefelbein @ Yesterday at 10:22 PM

Originally Posted By: Geo. NewbernGrades 1 and 2 BSS Sidelocks are mentioned above. Are the rose and scroll engraved guns the grade 1s, and the game scene guns the grade 2s? Always wondered about that....Geo Yup. To be honest, the game scene leave
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Jump to new posts Re: Favorite Game/Gun Picture - 2018 Hunting Season by Tamid @ Yesterday at 09:29 PM

Stan, Our sunflower 'plots' aren't plots they are any where north of 160 acres usually 620 acres. We don't have a dove season up here but we do have an elk season
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Jump to new posts Re: Favorite Game/Gun Picture - 2018 Hunting Season by Stan @ Yesterday at 09:15 PM

Originally Posted By: GLS Here today; gone today. Gil Yep, got several of those T-shirts, the latest one yesterday. SRH
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Stan, sounds like a great morning. That little Dickinson is a fine looking shotgun. A friend has had it with electric fences and he has had ample experience with electric fences, dove fields and deer. On his 30 acre sunflower, benne, corn field in
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Jump to new posts Re: Hunter Arms Fulton double sxs by Mark II @ Yesterday at 08:49 PM

FYI they call it the L C Smith collectors association, not the Fulton Arms collectors.
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