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#455914 09/10/16 10:31 PM
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I've got a Husqvarna that shoots very well. Mod and Mod (I believe) and very strong and reliable. It ain't pretty, but it was cheap.

I think it's got a Greener lock, but it's been so long I can't remember. I know it goes bang every time and has two triggers, which I love.

Anyone know of these serviceable guns?

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Husqvarna built very dependable guns with some being very "classy".

A Model 44 owned by Mark Larson.


A Model 51 that has a home in my safe. Mark converted this gun from a pow grip to a straight grip.

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I love the hammerguns but the hammerless boxlock model 310 with intercepting sears is a good gun as well. The one shown on the Gunbroker reference above is priced a little steep IMHO...Geo

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Speaking of which,
If anyone has a nice 16 ga 310AS ejector they could part with, I'd be interested!
Best Regards,
JBP

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High quality guns similar to Sauer guns, but priced better as a rule because of lack of name recognition. The older guns are typically more refined. All hammer guns were originally 2 1/2 in. chambers.

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I shoot a model 350 regularly. A plain but well made A&D action. It is not as refined as some models but very reliable after thousands of rounds.


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