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I called them and they didn't have any in stock. sent private message to Ken with phone no#


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I have one set of the 10x12 Gauge Mates left. Send me your mailing address by PM, make a contribution to Dave's BBS and they're yours.
First come first served.

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All sets are spoken for.
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UPDATE
Today, using the Gauge Mates that Ken sent to me, I shot my Ithaca NID for 2 rounds of Trap, here in Amarillo at nearly 100 degrees.
They performed flawlessly and I was quite pleased with my performance.
Ken, Thank You, AND I have made a donation to DoubleGun.
Mike Lowrey

p.s. If someone has another set of Silver 10-12 gaugemates that they do not want or like, I would be interested
so that I can shoot skeet with my 10 gauge guns. Yes, they split the hulls but I have lots of AA empties to sacrifice to the effort

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Ken,
further update, I used the 10-12 gaugemates in the Ithaca NID this afternoon for a stint of dove hunting smile

They worked quite well. I really had to work to get the spent hulls out and inserts put back in and the chambers loaded for the next set of targets. smile

Sure would be easier if I could find a second pair, but the gun is usable with this present pair.

Thank you again
Mike

p.s. 15 mourning doves and 4 collared doves was my take this afternoon.

p.s.s. sorry for the signature above and below but the above post is older and I can
not edit it. I usually only use one signature per post

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Skeettx,

I suggest modifying the tubes with a bevel grind at rim like the sketch I sent you. You can catch the rim of the spent hull with you finger nail and reload fairly quickly. And.......great shooting by the way!!!!!

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The silvers - some of the rim can be ground off so the shell can be grabbed without removing everything.

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i use a small brass round to push emptys out mine plus i do have 4 so u dont waste tyme monkeying with them shootin skeet

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I use 10 to 12 ga. GaugeMates in my Charles Daly hammergun. Gent Mitchell showed me, at the 2013 Southern SxS, how to grind away the rim of the GM except for that part that engages the extractor. Doing so allows me to shoot any brand of 12 ga. shell and not have to remove the GM each time. I can remove the empties by hand just as if I were shooting a 12 ga. gun. If you have ejectors,you would have to cover the breech with your hand each time you open the gun to prevent the GM from being thrown out.
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