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Tupperware Dr.
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....added another 28 gauge side X side,.... pics to follow

ETA- a new 28 gauge on the right, along with a pair of 20 gauges.

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Just patterned that 28ga (above) this morning.
Can't wait to try it on some doves.
 
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"Thread killer flashguy" strikes again, I see. I just couldn't resist, but I had no thought of shutting things down.

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When they ask me, "Paper or plastic?" I just say, "Doesn't matter to me. I am bi-sacksual."
 
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I like a straight English stock on an O/U, what brand is that Tmats? Rizinni ?
 
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I like a straight English stock on an O/U, what brand is that Tmats? Rizinni ?

Yes, Manufactured by Rizzini, but it carries the "Sigarms" name. It's a TR20 Aurora in 20 gauge. Nice all-around field gun.


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Going out tomorrow to shoot some crows in the morning, should be a nice warm up for pheseant season to open next month.

Anybody buy any new shotguns for bird season?
 
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Getting the gear ready for tomorrow morning. I'm taking my Browning Model 12 Grade 5 20 gauge.

 
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oooohh.... I'm a sucker for both Brownings and Model 12's. Looks like you've got a B80 over there, as well.



"The frost on the ground probably envies the frost on the trees."
 
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oooohh.... I'm a sucker for both Brownings and Model 12's. Looks like you've got a B80 over there, as well.


Yup, good eye! Yes a B80 I bought about 30yrs ago and used it every season.
It's still in mint shape and my oldest son now owns it. Great shotgun!
 
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oooohh.... I'm a sucker for both Brownings and Model 12's. Looks like you've got a B80 over there, as well.


Yup, good eye! Yes a B80 I bought about 30yrs ago and used it every season.
It's still in mint shape and my oldest son now owns it. Great shotgun!

Don't get me wrong... I've seen some beater A5's from 50-60 years ago, but by and large, people who buy Brownings tend to take care of them. I see a fair amount of beautiful B80s, B2000s, and A-Bolts.



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Am I the only one unable to see half the photos because they're hosted on Photobucket?

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Am I the only one unable to see half the photos because they're hosted on Photobucket?

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No, it's not just you. I haven't re-hosted anything since the PB fuckery. My apologies.




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Picked up another game gun this weekend. It's a Spanish Ugartechea 221 in 12 gauge.
Took it up to the farm and it shoots very well, can't wait to knock some birds down with it.

 
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It's not much, and a crappy photo.
Browning BPS Invector 12GA (Japan made, IIRC)
Got it from my uncle, who's a lefty. I like the ambi safety & bottom eject.




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Not as fancy as some but I've shot thousands and thousands and thousands of birds with it (no lie).

 
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