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  • #76


    What a beauty! That would not be the gun for me to take out pigeon shooting because I would let pass too many birds over my hide when admiring the inlays and engraving, really beautiful! One can see, it is used a lot by a right-handed person by looking at the gold plating on its trigger.
    There almost always is a way to do things better, more often than not by simplifying.

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    • #77


      had 3 perazzis offered to me for a great deal, but they are still too pricey for me at this time (if my wife gets back in the job market my budget goes up substantially, but right now with only me working and two young kids.... not so much).

      I'd love a few truly beautiful shotguns. for right now my more pedestrian tools will have to be it.

      Thanks for everyone posting such gorgeous specimens... I don't think I've ever seen an M-21 in person.

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      • #78


        Those guns are a tough act to follow. I have two, though, that I like a lot...both field grade: an old Parker DE and a New England Fowler in 16 gauge.


        The Parker and some brass shells:


        That is as close to porn as I get.

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        • #79


          I always wanted one of those old Parkers, but they are very difficult to get over here, a couple of years there was offered one to me, but then I did not have the money, I have an old book about them somewhere and from what I did read there,they are almost indestructable
          There almost always is a way to do things better, more often than not by simplifying.

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          • #80


            Mr Pete, I love your flintlock fowler, who made it?

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            • #81


              That fowler should have a rifled barrel as well that would fit into that beautiful stock!
              There almost always is a way to do things better, more often than not by simplifying.

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              • #82


                Beautiful shotguns, Paul.

                My 11-87 has turned into pretty much a safe queen since my hunting days came to an end and my trap partner pass on. But I still get some fond memories by taking her out of the safe and wiping her down and recall some of those cool autumn days walking the wheat fields in
                Eastern Washington.
                Charlie G

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                • #83


                  Know what you mean, every dent and scratch in the stock tells its own story.
                  There almost always is a way to do things better, more often than not by simplifying.

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                  • #84


                    My Remington 870 copy





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                    • #85
                      I thought I'd bring this to the top and stick it. Too bad we lost so many really nice pictures when Photo Bucket peed in everybody's Wheaties. RD
                      Every once in a while in life we need a policeman, a lawyer, a doctor and a preacher. We need a farmer three times a day, every day.

                      Et Canis Manducare Canis Mundi

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                      • #86
                        My only shottie after having all my guns stolden

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                        • #87
                          Tried my hand at Hydo-dipping. What do yall think?
                          Mid fifties Savage 20gauge

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                          • #88
                            Looks pretty nice to me! What brand was it? Was the process difficult?
                            Every once in a while in life we need a policeman, a lawyer, a doctor and a preacher. We need a farmer three times a day, every day.

                            Et Canis Manducare Canis Mundi

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                            • #89
                              I will try and get some pix this weekend.

                              Great Grandad's (dad's side) Winchester 1897, vintage the year 1900AD, 16 gauge, Breakdown model.
                              A badly neglected old Barn Gun, cut from 28" to 22" by a plumber some time (pipe cutter).
                              Cleaned, stripped, polished, home cold blued, doesn't look half bad.
                              Had to replace the magazine pin/lever, need a new fit adjustment screw (have a temp-fix in place, old was stripped))
                              IT SHOOTS!!!!!!! HAHA!!!!

                              2 1/2" 7/8 ounce about 15gr of Universal (exact recipe requires looking it back up).
                              Recoil? what recoil?
                              She's light but that load is pretty low pressure AND slow, so it's a bunny-fart, more noise than kick.

                              Extraction is sketchy at best, weak extractor spring IMO (because the bolt just pulls off way too easy, she doesn't jam shut, and when it DOES extract (may require 1 to 4 attempts), they come out properly easy and cleanly).

                              She'll never be a Heavily Used gun, but she may well see a few boxes a year, because she still can.

                              I had no idea dad even HAD her until mom gave it to me as she was downsizing the house before finally moving 6 yrs after dad died.

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