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#590004 01/15/21 01:22 AM
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Karl-Hauptmann-Triple-Barrel-Shotgun

.410, 3", 28.5" barrels, 6 pounds, 10 ounces.
Front trigger fires center barrel, rear trigger fires left, then right barrel.
It comes with a single trigger option which is non selective fire, in the same order.
Also made in a side plate version, with a trigger plate for the center barrel.
Wish it came with 30-32" barrels but weight might be 7.5 pounds.
The one pictured is only $89,500.00. On my to buy list after my next Powerball win.
Might need to buy a second one to lend to Stan if I visit him in dove season. wink

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I saw an ad for that gun recently. It has a cool factor of 100 X.

Give Karl a buzz, get a couple lined up for us to try out. I'd like the double trigger version, plz.

I'll hem the doves up, and get Garden and Gun to send a writer out to cover the whole shebang.

Now for the difficult part ..........how do you want yours choked? whistle

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Definitely a sweet looking gun, especially in .410.


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That it too cool. Definitely on my Powerball list...


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ugh...

a nice pair side by side is a joy to behold...

butt three in a row? well dat is udderly freaky...

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Stan, you can not over think the chokes. I shoot full chokes in my Winchester Model 42. I am happy with them so full, full and full works for me. Maybe yours should be mod, full and full to see if it makes a difference. I just hope they are nit to muzzle heavy. I’d need to lift weight to build up my arm so I could swing it well.

It is a very cool looking gun and one which I suspect would be fun as heck to show up with as a guest in the dove field. Nobodies going to honestly say their grandfather had one just like it.

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OK, I'll bite, how do you shoot the third barrel with a double trigger set up?


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Get the dog then the gun or vice versa.
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Front trigger fires the center barrel. Then the rear trigger fires the left barrel and then fires the right barrel. One version is a true side plate single trigger for the outside barrels and a trigger plate action for the middle barrel. The box lock version looks to be a hideously complex. Single trigger version fires all three barrels in a set order. Non selective firing order.

I have seen the Italian tri barrel but not that interested in them. The one I held was as dynamic as a fence post. It was a 12 to be fair. So maybe the .410 would be better. The ones sold by Holts auctions have gone for about retail.

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