Sorry gentlemen: I've been reorganizing the PictureTrail albums and ALL the Trevallion BoWhoop stuff is together on the 'Trevallion Trivia and Technicana' albumhttp://www.picturetrail.com/gallery/view?p=999&gid=17647963
So far, no C & D documents have found their way to the desert, so here they are again:
Becker No 1 for Nash Buckingham, 'Super Fox' HE lost January 1948. http://www.owaa.org/legends/legendNashBuckingham.htm
"Nash had blinded up in a dense thicket of willows along the edge of a clear channel some 150 yards from my own (Col. H.P. Sheldon) stand. A pair of mallards traveling high and in hurry went over Nash. Both collapsed and after a moment of complete silence the double boom of the big gun came rolling roundly over the marshes. It sounded exactly like two solo notes from the bass horn in a symphony orchestra, and I mentioned it to Nash when we got back to the lodge. Bo Whoop, Bo Whoop." http://www.beaverdamnorth.com/bdnhc.htm
32" barrels and unloaded weight of 10#. Straight grip stock with 14 1/2" LOP, 2 1/4" drop at heel and 1 9/16" at comb.
Becker No 2 HE 12 Magnum
David Trevallion: "I was told this is one of the last photos of Nash Buckingham with 'Bo Whoop # 2'. Now in Memphis Tenn..."
Joe Knapp Club medallion
Michael McIntosh with Super Fox 'HE" #27809 and English Springer, Wellington.