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#558767 11/20/19 07:05 AM
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Hey all, well, Ian from Forgotten Weapons found a real strange O/U. It sure is something you don't see in the field or at the range.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GiVA7a2eIVg&t=4s

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That's a weird one alright...Geo

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Very strange. I saw right away that the barrels couldn't possibly be straight.

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Originally Posted By: L. Brown
Very strange. I saw right away that the barrels couldn't possibly be straight.


Me too. I'm surprised that Ian didn't notice that right off.

Who is going to bid on it? I nominate Frank.


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Unusual design. Watching the entire video, I never heard him mention 'safety.' Did anyone see one? Live bird gun?

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Originally Posted By: BrentD
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Very strange. I saw right away that the barrels couldn't possibly be straight.


Me too. I'm surprised that Ian didn't notice that right off.

Who is going to bid on it? I nominate Frank.
Brent: That particular gun might be good for pheasant for you? Itís butt heavy and barrel light, so it should be a fast gun for rough hunting, it has 2 barrels which you require, and itís surely a cheap gun, another requirement of yours. Maybe you should nominate yourself to be the bidder instead of Frank??


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Originally Posted By: BrentD
Originally Posted By: L. Brown
Very strange. I saw right away that the barrels couldn't possibly be straight.


Me too. I'm surprised that Ian didn't notice that right off.

Who is going to bid on it? I nominate Frank.


This is funny shit... coming from Larry Clown and BrentD. These two have such great powers of observation, that they couldn't see any problem with the anti-lead ammunition junk science they cling to, which reported an eagle that was recovered with a massive, and way beyond lethal dose, of lead poisoning. Blood lead levels were so high that the bird should have been dead. Yet the fatally sick eagle was found perched on a tree limb... too sick with lead poisoning to possibly live, yet somehow well enough to fly, and have the strength and coordination to perch on a tree limb.

These same two rocket scientists also could not explain the very wide disparity between several of their anti-lead junk-science studies when it came to what constitutes a lethal blood lead level in eagles or ducks.

Of course, one of the "Liberal Ten Commandments" is: Thou Shalt Not Question Junk Science which supports the Liberal Agenda.

The over-under bullpup design is interesting and different. Someone was certainly thinking outside the box. The bent pipes add credence to the idea that shot behaves as a fluid while moving through the barrels and chokes.


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Originally Posted By: buzz
Originally Posted By: BrentD
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Very strange. I saw right away that the barrels couldn't possibly be straight.


Me too. I'm surprised that Ian didn't notice that right off.

Who is going to bid on it? I nominate Frank.
Brent: That particular gun might be good for pheasant for you? Itís butt heavy and barrel light, so it should be a fast gun for rough hunting, it has 2 barrels which you require, and itís surely a cheap gun, another requirement of yours. Maybe you should nominate yourself to be the bidder instead of Frank??


I don't shoot over/unders and I NEVER shoot anything with an action and chamber back by my head. No bull pup ever. Beyond all of that, it's butt ugly, like an A5 for instance.


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Butt ugly, muzzle ugly, and everything ugly in between.

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Beauty is in the eye of the beholder. While this O/U is unsightly, the Browning A-5, a hugely successful firearm and in production for more than 100 years, was/is obviously attractive to many people. In years past, and if you were a real bird hunter, you had a Browning A-5, especially so in the Deep South. So Brent, I have to disagree with you in terms of the attractiveness of the A-5. Iím wondering if your disapproval relates to your fondness for and affectation in the belief that the SxS is the only way to go for bird hunting?


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