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White is not a color you associate with Weimaraners. In fact, white Weimaraners aren’t supposed to exist. But they do. This little guy was born on 1/21/2013. I’m not sure if he’s 100% Weim, but he sure is cute. White Weims are a contentious issue.¬†To read more about them and read some reasons on why […]

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Fox Sterlingworths are easy to find. That’s because A.H. Fox made a ton of them. Even the small bores — the 16 gauges and the 20 gauges — are pretty common. Regardless of the gauge, most of the Sterlies you see out there are similar – pistol grips, non-ejectors, 26″ or 28″ barrels. So once […]

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Training a pup can take place in a lot of places, from a training field at your local club to right in your own backyard. ime and places where you can turn a little time with your new hunting buddy into a bit of low key, low pressure training. Check out this piece from Steady […]

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Kull Auction & Real Estate Company in Topeka, KS, is holding their April 2013 Live Collectors Gun Auction tomorrow, 4/27, starting at 10am Central time. The sale features 500+ modern, antique shotguns and rifles, plus a great collection of WWII military guns, ammo, bayonets, swords and knives. Here are a few of the double barrels […]

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Here’s another hammergun that’s making me crazy: 10 gauge V Chr. Schilling. I love old double barrels like this one, especially ones with color and finish like this Schilling has. Check out the arrow-head drop points, too. Awesome. This is a big 10 gauge, probably made in the 1880s as a waterfowler. I would love […]

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Here’s a great looking hammergun that just hit the market. It’s a 100+ year old J.P. Sauer & Sohn, and it looks like it’s in super original condition. Check out all the color on the action and the great figure in the French walnut stock, too. With its cheekpiece, sling swivels, and horn triggerguard, this […]

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Fox Sterlingworths are the gateway drug of vintage doubles. A Sterly was my first side-by-side, and I was hooked on doubles forever once I shots a few pheasant with it. The A.H. Fox Company started making Sterlingworths around 1910. The company offered them right up to its end. In that time, these shotguns were one […]

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EXCEPTIONALLY FINE WINCHESTER MODEL 21 DOUBLE RIFLE: Caliber 45-70. Engraved in Grand American style with four big game animals gold inlaid in the receiver; a moose on one side, an elk on one, a big horn sheep on the bottom and grizzly bears inlaid in gold on the trigger guard. The entire receiver is heavily […]

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Cole Gunsmithing in Harpswell, ME, is one of the nation’s leading Beretta¬† gunsmith. For over a 20 years now, this company has been the go-to source for top-quality work on the Italian gunmaker’s full range of shotguns – over-unders, side-by-sides and autoloaders. Along with repair services, Coles also offers customized shotguns. The Beretta 686 Onyx […]

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Wow – now here’s a nice American shotgun that’s up for auction. It’s 20 gauge A.H. Fox CE grade with a straight grip and its original hang tags. The auction starts tomorrow, April 20, at 10AM ET. The only bad news is that the auction is at place called Switzer’s Auction & Appraisal Service in […]

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