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Here’s an early heads up on this nice 28 gauge Parker Repro SXS that’s coming up at the end of the month. In 1984, America’s most famous double-barrel shotguns was reborn as the Parker Reproduction by Winchester. Built in Japan until 1989, these side-by-sides were offered for sale until around 1997. Since then, they’ve gained […]

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I put a post about this gun the other day. The owner just knocked $300 off the price, making it an even better deal If you’re looking for a 28 gauge O/U, here’s one that looks like a great deal. These shotguns were built in Italy by Battista Rizzini, imported by SIGARMS, and sold through […]

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The gunmaker John Moses Browning is famous for many of his inventions: from the M1911 pistol and the Browning .50 caliber machine gun to shotguns like the Auto-5 and Superposed. Unfortunately, he never created a double with horizontal barrels. Those came forty-five years after Mr Browning’s death when his company introduced their BSS line of […]

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Talk about extraordinary. Rock Island Auctions has this incredible set of Holland & Holland Royal double rifles coming up in this week’s sale: Magnificent Set of Three Consecutively Serial Numbered Cased Holland & Holland Engraved Royal Double Barreled Express Rifles Complete with all H&H Accessories and Factory Documentation The guns are from 1954 and consecutively […]

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If you’re looking for a 28 gauge O/U, here’s one that looks like a great deal. These shotguns were built in Italy by Battista Rizzini, imported by SIGARMS, and sold through L.L. Bean for a few years – I think from around 2003-2004. This one is a TR-20 (same as B. Rizzini’s Aurum Classic) and […]

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If you want an 20 gauge CSMC Inverness O/U but you don’t want to wait for it, here’s you chance to get a deal. This one popped up on Gunsinternational.com today, and it sounds like the owner is looking to sell it right away. You can read more about CSMC’s Inverness shotguns in this post. […]

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Say you bought a brand new 20 gauge Browning BSS in 1972 and then never used it. Instead, you left it in its original packaging, and stored it away under your bed for the next 42 years. What do you think it would be worth? Here’s a chance to find out. This 20 gauge BSS […]

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HOLLAND & HOLLAND 450 #2 N. E. ROYAL DOUBLE RIFLE VERY RARE CARTRIDGE in a H&H- EXC. PLUS BORES- EXC. GUN INSIDE & OUT: #19100, Holland & Holland Sidelock Royal Ejector 450 No. 2 Nitro Express Finished at the Factory on August 30, 1906. This gun is a new offering on the U. S. market […]

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Lefever is one my favorite American shotgun makers. While their lower-grade doubles are too plain for me, the E-grades and up are some of the most beautiful side-by-sides this country has ever built. Check out this EE grade to see what I mean. And if you know where I can find a nice 16 gauge […]

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A reader sent me an email yesterday and asked that I post the info below. The pic is of his lab Angus. We’ll keep you posted on how Angus is doing. To all of our D&D friends:  MAKE SURE to get your animals vaccinated for snakebite..NOW…We did and Angus looks like he’s going to make […]

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