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I’ve seen a lot of Browning BSS shotguns. A LOT. But this is the first 20g Grade II I’ve ever come across. It looks like it would be a great all-around upland gun. Browning introduced the standard BSS (Browning Side by Side) in 1971 and built them until 1987. In ’78, the company introduced the Grade […]

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If this gun is as good as it looks, it’s a deal. Get on it now — Cabela’s won’t have it for sale for very long. Fox Sterlingworth – 16 Gauge – SxS Double Barrel Shotgun: Price: $599.99  Manufacturer: S/N: 3702XX Caliber: 16 Gauge Chambers: 2 3/4 Metal Condition: Fair Wood Condition: Fair Bore Condition: Good Barrels: 28′ Triggers: Double Stock: Walnut- Stock has been refinished […]

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FRANCOTTE ABERCROMBIE & FITCH EAGLE GRADE SXS DOUBLE RIFLE .22 WRF: ONE OF A KIND, 21″ BARREL WITH QUARTER RIB SIGHT, DOUBLE TRIGGER, EJECTORS SPLINTER FOREARM PISTOL GRIP EXCELLENT CONDITION IN MAKERS CASE 4LBS 12 OZ X 14″ LOP. Price: $59,500   DICKSON 12 ROUND ACTION- ALMOST LIKE BUYING a NEW VINTAGE DICKSON- COMPLETELY REBUILT by DAVID […]

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Here’s a gun every red-plaid-jacket wearing grouse hunter would love to own. Parkers like these are THE classic doubles for upland hunting. This one is especially nice because it looks pretty original, it has some nice finish on it, and it’s fairly priced. Parker VH 20 Gauge Side-by-Side Shotgun, 28″ Barrels: Serial Number 220979 — […]

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Spend some time looking at old doubles and you’ll discover Parker shotguns are not hard to find. That’s because Parker Bros and Remington built around 242,500 of them. But very few of the ones you’ll see out there are like this one. It’s a 16g DH with damascus barrels, a long length of pull (14 […]

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I have a thing for hammerguns, and nice ones like this get me all hot and bothered. While I couldn’t find any info about the maker’s name on it, it looks like Henry Benjamin knew what he was doing. This gun was built back when demand for fine shotguns was strong. Makers tried to outdo […]

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I’ve never been into modern shotguns. It’s not that I have anything against them, it’s just that they’ve never done anything for me, kind of like Chevy pickups and the color yellow. That being said, there is one line of modern shotguns I admire: Beretta 686s. Beretta 686s are affordable, easy to fix, versatile, and good […]

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  J. PURDEY & SONS – BEST DELUXE EXTRA FINISH SIDE-BY-SIDE SIDELOCK SHOTGUN, TWO-BARREL SET, 12 GAUGE/12 GAUGE: 29″ BARRELS, M/F CHOKED – 29″ BARRELS, SK/IC CHOKED – DOUBLE TRIGGERS – HINGED FRONT TRIGGER – ORNAMENTAL ENGRAVING – 3 1/4 TON PROOF – BEAVERTAIL FOREND & SPLINTER FOREND – TURKISH WALNUT STRAIGHT GRIP STOCK – CHECKERED […]

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  The A.H. Fox Sterlingworth is about as basic a shotgun as you’ll find. Introduced in 1910, Sterlingworths were great deals in their day. Hunters recognized this and bought thousands of them. Fox added the Skeet and Upland Game Gun to the Sterlingworth lineup in 1935. it was designed to “…meet the demand for a […]

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Bill Blacker is one of world’s top barrel makers. He apprenticed at Holland & Holland’s, spent time at James Purdey & Sons and has worked with most of the UK’s leading gunmakers. This short video is part 1 of 5 I’ll be sharing over the next week. Each gives you a glimpse into Mr Blacker […]

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