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Originally Posted By: David Williamson
It is a shame you are thinking of parting it out and I'm sure there are people that would like to have it as it is.


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Not Elsies but these two Piepers from 1922 are just 4 numbers apart. 3591 and 3595. One trailing the other through the Pieper factory almost 100 years ago now.

I bought the mid grade gun from a dealer in the Pacific Northwest. It's a 16 gauge, 29" barreled gun with mod and full chokes that weighs 6 pounds, 10.5 ounces. After having it for several years CJO called me one day and said he had a Pieper I might be interested in. Went over and looked at it....same gun without the better wood and engraving. Didn't notice the serial numbers until I got it home. Barrel lengths the same, chokes the same, weight is .5 ounce off. The field grade resides with a close friend now on the condition he can only sell it back to me. He really wanted a versatile SxS in 16 gauge. I had both guns restored (wood and bluing) and did the CCH on the engraved gun. Both started off in fantastic general condition when I bought them.



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W C Scott, Monte Carlo B Pigeon guns, circa 1895. Both of the guns specifications are virtually identical. Traded for one locally, found the second on Gunbroker within a month. The serial numbers are ONE DIGIT APART, XX291, XX293. I don't think you could find a more appropriate "Composed" pair. Anyone know where XX292 is?
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Hey Canvasback, I thought I was the only one who liked the Pieper/Bayard guns...

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The LC that will be parted out is the standard grade. The forend wood went to my friend to fix his 3E. Damascus barrels have a large chunk blown out about where your left hand would be on the LH barrel. Now the good. Good uncut stock with no visible cracks. Nice screws, firing pins, bushings, side locks, receiver, ejector forend iron. If you need something send me a private message and I'll get you my contact info. Will take care of Dave as always. JW

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Last chance if anybody needs parts. Then it's off to eBay. PM me if you need anything off of this gun. Serial number is 9703 for reference.

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I'm interested in the butt stock. Please contact me at italianstallion@cox.net.
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Originally Posted By: Lawrence Kotchek
Hey Canvasback, I thought I was the only one who liked the Pieper/Bayard guns...


I’m down to just two now but have really enjoyed all I have owned. And great value for the money.


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