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Gastinne Renette Matched Pair 12ga. 30″bbls IM/Full Leather Case: Both guns remain in excellent condition, 2 3/4″ chambers, nitro proof, chokes in both guns IM/Full, rose and scroll engraving, straight grip stocks with checkered butt, double triggers, ejectors and 2 gun leather covered luggage case. Price: $17,650 Winchester Model 21 20 gauge SxS Custom #4 […]

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Droplock Westley Richards shotguns are nice doubles, and they’re very collectible, especially in the smaller gauges. Most of the time, a 20 gauge will cost you at least $15,000 if it has any kind of condition. So when I saw this little 20 gauge Westley Richards double barrel droplock shotgun on Gunbroker.com, I thought WOW […]

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Vintage, Field-grade doubles are not the kind of guns you usually come across today in minty, all original condition. As you can imagine, most of the guns were bought to be used, and they saw many, many days in hard hunting. That’s what makes this 12g L.C. Smith Field so unique. Made in 1936 – […]

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Here’s a video that shows just how intelligent some dog are — and this is a beagle. Check out how this pooch approaches the problem of how to get itself a snack. Like this:Like Loading…

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Auctions seem like straight forward businesses: You give the auctioneer an item; they promote it, sell it, and charge you and the buyer a percentage of the hammer price. Done. Because auctioneers are work for a percentage of the sale price,  it’s in their best interest to do everything possible to increase the hammers on […]

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Think you’ve seen it all? Then take a look at this 12 gauge Beretta Sparviere over-under double barrel shotgun. I’m not sure why why you would want the locks to do this, but it is pretty really ‘friggin cool. I’m pretty sure the Bertuzzi Bros. invented the gullwing design. Elio and Remigio used it on […]

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Lot 69: Impressive W. & C. Scott & Son 8 bore Percussion Double Shotgun: 33″ damascus barrels with bright gray bores showing some pitting. The barrels display 80% of a smooth brown and silver pattern, more pronounced under the forestock, with increasing fading toward the muzzles. The rib is marked “London Fine Twist” and crisp […]

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Kentucky Duck Hunt – Must see!

Here’s a nice video of duck hunting in Kentucky. Enjoy. Like this:Like Loading…

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In his book Parker Guns: The Old Reliable, Ed Muderlak said something like “Parker shotguns aren’t rare. But Parker shotguns with lots original condition are.” Ed was right- of course. I live within a couple hours of a few large gun shops. These shops always have a few Parker on their racks. But rarely are […]

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What’s it really take to train a bird dog? There’s some insight into it in this piece from  Garden & Gun magazine. The Education of a Bird Dog by Geoffery Norman – Alabama – Garden & Gun, October/November 2013 For Ramin Jackson, training a gundog doesn’t start with shouting and shock collars. It starts with […]

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