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#619858 09/27/2022 6:48 PM
by ed good
ed good
lets compare 12 gauge field guns...

we would all benefit from hearing your opinion...

you first...
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#619940 Sep 29th a 09:48 PM
by RHD45
RHD45
Ask Dewey Vicknair or better yet visit his site and read all his blogs for some very interesting comments on American doubles from someone who talks the talk and walks the walk.
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#619924 Sep 29th a 01:40 PM
by KY Jon
KY Jon
Ed, why not ask us to compare and contrast American and British sports cars, or better yet compare and contrast beautiful females. That is easier, better teeth and bigger boobs for the US ladies. Except those from California who might just be trans, still with better teeth if that matters.
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#619877 Sep 28th a 01:53 PM
by PALUNC
PALUNC
There is no comparison between the American made and the English "Best" guns. The English guns are so much more balanced and feel more lively in the hands.
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#619870 Sep 28th a 02:30 AM
by battle
battle
There are American field grade double and English field made doubles. Some are better than others.

You next Ed...
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#619880 Sep 28th a 02:33 PM
by BrentD, Prof
BrentD, Prof
Originally Posted by battle
There are American field grade double and English field made doubles. Some are better than others.

You next Ed...


I predict we will never hear anything from Ed about his own question. He never dared to discuss how he measures barrels, for instance. He is just hoping to hit a nerve somewhere and stir up a mess.
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#619919 Sep 29th a 12:08 PM
by AZMike
AZMike
I'm an American, boys, I've come a long way
I was born and bred in the USA
So listen up close, I've got something to say
Boys, I'm buying this round

Steve Earl "Johnny Come Lately"

Imagine you are an American shooter or hunter, it's 1905 and you have a couple of bucks saved up to buy your "Forever Gun". What a great time shopping features, engraving and so on.
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