Happy Thanksgiving! I hope you’re celebrating it with friends, family & loved ones. I honor of everyone’s favorite T-day meal, here are three American doubles perfect for hunting America’s bird. Of these, the 10 gauge Ithaca is my favorite. With 3 1/2″ chambers, it throws an 8-gauge size load. Thankfully, they’re reall heavy guns.
RARE L.C.Smith Field Grade Heavy Duck, Straight Grip, 32″ Barrels, 3″ Chambers: High Condition and RARE L.C.Smith, 3″ Chambers, Heavy Duck Long Range Shotgun, 14 1/8″ LOP Straight Grip Stock with HR Butt, DAC 1 3/4″, DAH 2 3/4″ 32″ Barrels, 3″ Chambers, auto ejectors, factory single selective trigger, 95%+ original wood and metal finish. This L.C. is nearly unfired and in wonderful original condition. Price: $6550
ITHACA N.I.D., FIELD GRADE, 10 GAUGE, 3 1/2″ MAGNUM, 32″ BARRELS: FULL & FULL, TWIN IVORY SIGHTS, 98% BRIGHT ORIGINAL BLUE, INCLUDING TRIGGER GUARD. MOST ALL THE BOLD VIVID CASE COLOR EVEN ON THE BOTTOM. PISTOL GRIP STOCK, SPLINTER FOREARM, ATTRACTIVE DARK GRAINED WALNUT, NEARLY PERFECT CHECKERING. GREAT DIMENSIONS – 1 1/2″ X 2 1/2″ X 14″, ORIGINAL HAWKIN PAD. ONLY 574 OF THESE BIG MAGNUM FIELD GRADE WERE BUILT, CIRCA MID 1930’S. 100% ORIGINAL CONDITION. TOP LEVER TO THE RIGHT, TIGHT AS NEW, VERY SCARCE GUN. Price: $4,500.00
A H Fox HE Super Fox with 2 sets of 32″ barrels: One set of barrels –32″ choked full and full with 3″ chambers and so stamped. Second set has been sleeved and has 5 steel compatible Briley screw in chokes. Gun is restocked -1 1/2 X 2 1/4 X 14 1/2. The original stock is included. Both sets of barrels are tight on face and the single trigger and ejectors work perfectly. Price: $7800.
4 thoughts on “Gobble this. Three doubles perfect for Thanksgiving’s bird…”
The first week in November, I was fortunate to have hunted
wild Bobwhite in Texas.
They used both English Setters and Pointers, all very big runners,
to cover the vast areas of cover.
English Cockers were used to find and retrieve birds.
We hunted out of 4 wheel drive “Mules”, which is common down there.
The first day, we moved 30 wild coveys.
I don’t think it gets any better than that.
Wow – 30 wild coveys! That’s insane. I’m envious. You must of had an awesome time.
I meant to post my Texas comment under your recent Setter posting.
It wound up in the wrong comment section.
Sorry for the curve ball.
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