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I’m always amazed by what folks will pay for smallbore American shotguns. Check out this 20g Fox XE to see what I mean. This is a nice, original gun, and someone is going to pay dearly for it. It’s on Gunbroker.comn now and the listing end on Monday, 8/25/2014, @ 9:00:00 AM ET. So if […]

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The New York Times ran an interesting article last Wednesday titled Feeding Your Canine Athlete. Here are few points I pulled from the piece: “Many people who run or walk with their dogs treat them like human running partners, offering them sips of Gatorade or half of a sports bar during a workout. But the […]

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My new English Pointer Lexi is almost 21 weeks old now, and she’s growing fast. She’s up to 20lbs – almost 1/2 of how much she’ll eventually weigh – and her dexterity and coordination is improving. Training wise, she knows her name, and she’s picking up some basic commands: Come, Down, and NO (she hear’s […]

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Opportunity knocks, and you say “Hey, wait a minute, let me finish watching this awesome shark video on YouTube.” Then the moment passes. I bet that’s what happened for at least a couple guys on this 28g Beretta BL-3 that I posted last week. They hesitated, and it was gone.  I think it sold in […]

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This one will be gone soon. These BL-3s are great guns, and it’s rare to find one set up like this. If you’re looking for a 28g, this one looks like a bargain. Get it now…. Beretta BL-3 – 28ga, 2-3/4″, 28″ M / F (.020 / .025), Extractors, SST, LOP 14-1/4″, Drop 1-1/2″ to […]

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Here’s a great double that’s very hard to find. These AS-grade Beretta O/Us are some of the finest shotguns the company made. With a straight grip and double triggers, this one would make a great field gun. 1959 – Beretta ASEL 12ga, 2-3/4″, 27-5/8″: IC / IC (.010 / .011), Double Trigger, Ejectors, English Stock, […]

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Up in Maine, no one hunts “ruffed grouse”. From the rednecks who ride the roads to the guys who get into the woods, everyone hunts pa’tridge. Same bird, different way of seeing things. If you’re a genuine New England pa’tridge hunter with a romantic streak in you, your shotgun is a probably a Parker. If […]

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A.H. Fox SERIAL NUMBER 29!!! C Grade Yes, Serial # 29: This A.H. Fox shotgun is actually serial number 29… the twenty ninth gun made in the very first days/weeks of production.  We can be quite sure that Ansley had his hands on this gun!!  This is the earliest A.H. Fox serial number that I […]

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Ithaca’s Flues-model shotguns are far from the pretty side-by-sides I’ve ever seen. Clunky and as sleek as a shoe box, they don’t have the snakey look of a Fox or classic proportions of a Parker. But there is something about the Flues that I really like. Check out this 3E Flues you see her to […]

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Here’s one of the best deals on a doubles that I’ve seen in a while. This German side-by-side looks like it’s in great original condition. Unless it has a wart I can’t see (thin walls, oversized bores, pitting in the tubes), it’s a steal. It’s made with an Anson & Deeley-style action with a Greener […]

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