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Postby Neil E » Sat Apr 28, 2007 11:03 am

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not that good a pic but the best i could manage :rofl:
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Postby Admin2 » Sat Apr 28, 2007 12:13 pm

That lower gun has a very nice grain to the stock. :drool:
All 3 possibly appear to be very nice Eurpean made guns. :thumbsup:


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Postby fowl_wishes » Sat Apr 28, 2007 9:40 pm

stumpjumper wrote:
fowl_wishes wrote:stump, didnt anyoen ever teach you that it is nto a good idea to let yoru wife have a bigger gun than you? :lol:


Really doesn`t matter when see can`t shot straight. Got something with a big bang to scary the bad guys away. Plus she`s shooting rat shot in it. :rofl:

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so you are sayign that in the pic your sandals woudl be jsut as deadly in your wife's hands?

ya might as well teach her to shoot......are you scared? or jus that smart? :rofl:
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Postby stumpjumper » Sun Apr 29, 2007 9:24 am

I`ve tried to teach her to shot. But I can`t wire her eyes open. Just as she pulls the trigger she closes her eyes and the barrel drops down about an inch. She`s getting better though. You would think with all the shooting that my daughter and I do the wife would become interested. NOT.

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Postby fowl_wishes » Fri May 04, 2007 4:00 pm

stumpjumper wrote:I`ve tried to teach her to shot. But I can`t wire her eyes open. Just as she pulls the trigger she closes her eyes and the barrel drops down about an inch. She`s getting better though. You would think with all the shooting that my daughter and I do the wife would become interested. NOT.

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i am assuming that you didnt START her with that pistol? :yes:
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Postby stumpjumper » Fri May 04, 2007 7:15 pm

Yes and no. See has shot some of the other long rifles we have. Not to good though. But yes that was her first pistol. When I take her to the range see only shoots 38 cal rounds. That plus the fact that it is a little on the heavy side keep the recoil down to a minimum.

I believe the problem was that we were at a public range and she was nervous. I know have a piece of land for her to practice on. I`ll give it another shot this summer.

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Postby fowl_wishes » Fri May 04, 2007 9:43 pm

stumpjumper wrote:Yes and no. See has shot some of the other long rifles we have. Not to good though. But yes that was her first pistol. When I take her to the range see only shoots 38 cal rounds. That plus the fact that it is a little on the heavy side keep the recoil down to a minimum.

I believe the problem was that we were at a public range and she was nervous. I know have a piece of land for her to practice on. I`ll give it another shot this summer.

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Good luck, you might need it. I spent the best part of a summer teachgin my girlfriend to shoot. at the end of the summer she todl me that she didnt feel right. so she switched to her left shoulder and shot straight as an arrow.
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Postby Goose bonker » Thu May 31, 2007 1:29 pm

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Thats about 2/3 of the shotguns in our house. The picture is missing a Ruger Red Label, a Mossberg 500 tactical, a 20 gauge, and another Nova.
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Postby gonegoosehunting » Thu Jun 07, 2007 9:27 pm

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Coast-to-Coast 20 ga (model 500) with scope & slug barrel
Mossberg 500 12 ga synthetic with muzzleloader & slug barrels
Mossberg 500 20ga with birds on receiver and shorter barrel
Mossberg 500 410
Mossberg 9200 with cantilever slug barrel & barrel setup for turkey
(I use this for deer and turkey)

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Gold hunter 20ga w nice wood
Gold stalker 10ga (my goose Gun)
a-5 belg. 12 ga With scope and jap slug barrel
(Somebody put a dial a choke on the original barrel)
a-5 belg. 12 ga. With ramline stock & jap invector barrel (my duck, trap, & pheasant gun)
Original wood and fixed full barrel for a-5

Although not scatter guns still nice
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Remington nylon 66 22lr
Marlin model 60 22lr
Ithaca model 49 single shot saddle gun 22 short, long, & lr (my first gun from my dad when I was 12, he told me to take care of it and hold on to it, it will be worth soemthing someday)
Ruger 10/22 laminate stock

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Savage 116 ss .30-06
Remington model 7 7mm-08
Remington model 700 bdl 7mm mag (wood is in closet)
Remington model 700 bdl .30-06 (got my first buck with this)
on the bottom (on loan to do some work on it, from my fathers collection) is my Great Grandfathers Savage 840 series E 30-30 (got my first deer with this) although the picture doesn't show it well the stock is beat to heck and finnish is scratched, it spent a lot of time on deer drives.


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Although not part of my collection it might be the gun I'm most proud of
my 14 year old saved his money and bought his own gun a Charles Daly DU edition semi auto 12 ga in camo
Red Rider DU edition (his first from me)

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his younger sisters
Gamo DU edition .177 pellet gun (her first from me)

I'll have to talk to my son and explain it's not good to blurt out "you have another a-5!?!" when mom is sitting next to him. she then said " I hope your taking pictures of the same 5 guns and that these aren't all different ones" I didn't feel like getting the rest out to take pictures of them but this was the majority.
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Postby gonegoosehunting » Thu Jun 07, 2007 9:36 pm

how do you get the pictures to show????
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Postby fowl_wishes » Thu Jun 07, 2007 10:30 pm

you need to put [/img] at the beginnign AND end of the links. yours are missing a forward slash
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Postby mattm25tx » Sun Jun 24, 2007 9:08 pm

i got to take some pics and get mine up here
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Postby Duckboat » Sat Jul 21, 2007 5:42 pm

Nobody has posted in this thread for a while so I will try and revive it. I started out shooting ducks with a 20 gauge 870 as a teenager. That was in the days before non-tox. Thirty years later I still have it but now it just sits in the safe. I shoot the 20 gauge guns below fairly often but not for ducks.

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Postby Here duckie duckie BANG!! » Wed Jul 25, 2007 4:23 pm

Thats a nice collection of guns ya got there, i only hvae one but i really like it. I have a mossberg 12 gauge, fully camo and it has raised sights and it hardly kicks at all i dont remember what recoil pad my dad put on it but it feels like a .22 lol not even kidding. :biggrin:
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Postby Duckboat » Wed Jul 25, 2007 4:52 pm

I see you just joined this forum so let me welcome you. As you can tell I am new around here also.

Nothing at all wrong with just having one shotgun. I've never been able to shoot more than one at a time so no matter how many you have one is all you can use. That being the case, a reliable repeater like that 12 gauge Mossberg is a good choice.

Here are a couple of 28 gauge guns and a .410 that get a good amount of use each year.

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I have more but you did say scaterguns only.

Postby A5Mag12 » Wed Jul 25, 2007 5:02 pm

And this isn't quite all of the shotguns.

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Postby fowl_wishes » Wed Jul 25, 2007 5:21 pm

A5Mag12, i hate you soooo much right now. :eek:
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Postby A5Mag12 » Wed Jul 25, 2007 5:28 pm

:nana: :nana: :nana:




And I'll kill ducks with at least 7 or 8 of them each year.
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Postby fowl_wishes » Wed Jul 25, 2007 5:37 pm

you need to donate a mag 12 A5 to me.....you have to have a few layign around. lol


but seriously, that i sa VERY nice collection. Hope mine can get that developed one day.
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Postby shoveler_shooter » Wed Jul 25, 2007 6:19 pm

Holy cow you've got a whole armory right there! :sniper: :gatgun: :skeet:
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Postby ohsay » Sat Aug 11, 2007 9:53 am

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United Arms 10ga SxS
J. Stevens Arms Model 315 -Springfield- 12ga SxS
Ithaca hammerless 16ga SxS
Universal Firearms "Doublewing" 20ga SxS
Stoeger Uplander 28ga SxS
Stoeger Uplander 410ga SxS

Browning BPS 10ga
Browning A5 (Japan) Magnum 12ga
Remington 1100 Magnum Duck Gun 12ga
Remington 11-48
Browning A5 (Belgium) 16ga
New England Firearms 410ga (my first gun)

My SP10 and my SPR453 are both out for modifications, and my Stoeger P-350s are at my dad's house. I'll try to take a picture of them before the seasons start.

edit: huh... and if I figure out where my 870 Express disappeared to I'll add that to the mix. :puzzled
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Postby Outdoor Gal » Fri Aug 17, 2007 9:05 am

Duckboat wrote:Nobody has posted in this thread for a while so I will try and revive it. I started out shooting ducks with a 20 gauge 870 as a teenager. That was in the days before non-tox. Thirty years later I still have it but now it just sits in the safe. I shoot the 20 gauge guns below fairly often but not for ducks.

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Beautiful doubles! And I see that your a fan of the English stock. So am I. I just like the feel so much more.

Is the bottom over/under a Browning? My husband would be in serious lust if he saw that one. lol. Gorgeous wood on it.
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Postby Da guide » Thu Nov 01, 2007 2:25 pm

get these crappy guns outta here. get a Benelli or Beretta or something sweet
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Postby fowl_wishes » Thu Nov 01, 2007 3:57 pm

Da guide wrote:get these crappy guns outta here. get a Benelli or Beretta or something sweet
:lame:
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Postby steve66 » Wed Nov 07, 2007 11:24 pm

Just picked her up last night. The Wincherter Super X3 in Mossy Oak Duck Blind Camo. 12g 28" 3.5" 12 rounds in 1.442 seconds. Check out the video on the Winchester Web site.

http://www.winchesterguns.com/services/ ... .asp?id=45

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Remington 870 28" 3" 12 Gauge
Mossberg Silver Reserve 12 Gauge 28" O/U
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