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CraZyMatt wrote:Well, I guess I'll see y'all on the internet.
Swamprabbit wrote:Ok fellas, I love browning A-5 shotguns. The original ones!!! I see you guys posting pictures of them. Do you guys really still use them in the field. I didn't think you could shoot steel through them without damaging them. Im scared to use mine. Are you guys putting new barrels on them? Shooting "classic doubles"? Bismuth?...... Or are these just safe queens???
Since there are now 2 Browning A-5's it turns out that in fact there is original Japan made A-5's as well as original Belgian and American A-5's.mudpack wrote:EdS wrote:The original A-5s made in Japan are safe to shoot with steel shot.
The original A-5's were made in Japan?
jaysweet3 wrote:Indaswamp wrote:easy...just manipulate the ruler to make the inch shorter so that 28" reads 30".....
That's how I got a 13" pecker.
Swamprabbit wrote:Hey thanks a lot for the info fellas. That cleared the subject up for me. Glimmerjim I am particularly thankful for your great concern for my safety and wellness, you are a great friend.
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