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Shortgrub, it's in Sanford, NC and anyone is welcome. No charge to look, shooting costs some, could get expensive if you buy.

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Shortgrub, to add more details, it starts tomorrow and ends on Sunday. For more info, look on www.deep river.net . Then search around a bit for the Southern Side by Side link. There you can view the shooting menu as well as the exhibitors attending.

Oops, and Sanford is just south of Raleigh, NC.

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I'll be there Thursday and Friday. First time attending; looking forward to it.

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Started yesterday, runs to Sunday lunchtime. Celebration of S/S shotguns, big clay shoot for all S/S gauges, black powder event, huge exhibition of double guns and their associated stuff, loads of eye candy, no black guns and relatively few O/U's and SB unless they are old, rare or unusual. Big American gun competition between the big names.
All in all a great weekend!
Free to enter, no big cash prizes, loads of nice people, good food....
What is not to like!

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hanging out at the Southern today...met and talked to Joe from Charlotte, Vic Venters and several more DGS participants.
[Linked Image from jpgbox.com]

But I saw a Reilly discussed before on the Reilly line with replacement barrels and the lines of a 1900's rifle, converted to shotgun - SN 1833, (see bottom of this page):
https://www.doublegunshop.com/forums/ubbthreads.php?ubb=showflat&Number=436538&page=54

I looked the gun over today...replacement barrels; pretty sure it was a rifle converted to shotgun. The SN is not in the Reilly numbering chronology but is on the barrels and tang. Its been reproofed as well as rebarreled. It is heavy so I think it really looks like a 1907 rifle. But here is the strange thing...no Scott Gas Check patent grooves.

-- Question: Was the Scott Gas Check Patent 617 of Feb 1882 used only on shotguns? or was it also used on big bore SxS rifles as well?

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Toby, I hung with your guys today Bob Nay and Matt Haney; very amiable and very knowledgable and It was a pleasure. I learned a lot...and watched salesmanship in action..(If a guy handles a gun once..ho hum...comes back a second time? hummm. A third time....oh my.). Fun time. Hopefully next year.

I gave compliments on the absolute integrity of your gun advertisements and Bob also said he is likewise committed to transparency.


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Doc Drew,

Great You Tube. Was that sponsored/filmed by Deep River or by ? The Aaron Copeland music was a perfect complement to the exceptional fine photography.

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If you did a video of hog butchering set to anything Arnie Copeland composed, you'd have another sure fire winner. Arnold composed music to show the American spirit and pride like few others: John P. Sousa, Rogers & Hamerstein, Lennie Berenstein- the list goes on- But Arnie was the best-IMO. RWTF


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