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That is for an A5. To my knowledge, all the A5 cases were for two barrels.

Your handle looks different than typical on hartmann cases. Replacement maybe?


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Thanks, all. Looks like I have no need for it, unless I rework the interior for one of my doubles, maybe the 30" BSS 12.

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Careful, Stan. I'd wager it would be pretty easy to end up with WAY more into it then it would ever be worth. Unless you are thinking of doing it yourself.

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I recently relined a 3-barrel Hartman case for a skeet gun. It was a way bigger job than I thought it would be. I used upholstery leather. It took me about a day and a half. It looks fine, if I do say so, but I'm not sure I would take the time to do another. I don't think take down cases are all that useful.


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I'd do it myself if it ever got done, and I'd use felt. It was given to me so I've got nothing in it.

I use takedown cases regularly, when I go to the range, not hunting.

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Oh for crying out loud Stan...

Clean it up a little bit... wipe the outside with 303... and...

Get a two barrel A5 set to put in it.

I suggest a magnum 20, with a IC barrel and a 'buck' barrel.

You will be surprised how nice the rifle sights are on those 'buck' barrels.

The mag 20 handles just like a Sweet Sixteen, will shoot any 20 gauge shell you please, and is alive in your hands.

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laugh There you go, the old reverse reasoning...............well, I now own a case for one, so I have to have one to go in it.

Hate to disappoint you, but I'm likely done with bro. J. Browning's A5s and M11s, fine as they are. I grew up shooting a M11 20 ga. at doves and quail, and I have Grandaddy's 16. I just have no desire to own another one. There's just too many cool .410 doubles out there that haven't gotten onto a dove field yet.

If I can find the right young guy, with an A5, I'll just give it to him. Somebody with a good sunflower field might be a worthy recipient............... wink

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The superposed cases can easily be converted to work with a SxS.


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In my experience, a SxS, at least an SKB 12 ga, will fit in a Superposed O/U case without modification. The SxS will not, however, look particularly elegant in the case.

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