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quailguy

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PartridgeCartridge

I love those older 1100's. They gussied them up pretty nice in the Skeet/Trap grades.

They are classics.

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bosco mctavitch
"They" gussied that one up pretty nice, too!

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Tim Frazier

I'll add this from my photo collection, I wish I owned it.  This is one of four Remington Model 17 F Grades.  While it was for sale at this time, I felt feeding my children was a higher priority and I'm glade I at least have photo's.

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My favorite from my SxS days.

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Rare 870 1950 B grade 870 20 gauge (for Erik)

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Fin2Feather

My usuals...

16ga Sterlingworth ejector c. 1935...

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1925 16ga Parker Trojan...

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shinbone

A 1927 16ga Fox Sterlingworth, expertly restocked by our own Bosco Mctavitch:

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--shinbone

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Bonasa

Another Sterly:

The "Before shot" of my newly acquired 1916 SW 16 bore, with 28" #4 weight tubes, 6lbs 2oz.  It is slated for restocking, and case colors after season ends.

Photobucket Pictures, Images and Photos

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ScottGrush

My Smith, 1910 "OO" 20 gauge

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My LCSmith and a friends Model 21

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A Parker this time along with my LCS again

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tut

Here's one.  The 33rd Fox 16 Gauge A grade made.  5 lbs 10 oz, Factory IC/Mod.  Shipped to Goshorn Hardware Co. on October 1st, 1913 and then resold to Iver Johnson Sporting Goods of Boston, Ma on November 17th 1913.  Ah, the stories this gun could tell.

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and another:

Parker VH made in 1900.  Number 2 frame 30" full/mod.  My dedicated Nebraska turkey gun and Virginia Duck gun (if we had any ducks):

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walt lister

I'll kick in some Winchesters and a few others

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Later (top) and early (bottom) ejector ports

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12 ga Tournament grade (top) and black diamond trap (bottom)

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16ga Tournament grade

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1897 black diamond Trap

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Twelvette and Twentyweight

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How about a Marlin model 39 made in 1926 in 99% original condition

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Engraved model 1892 P O Ackley .357 mag conversion

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Chukarman

Shoverling, Daly and Gales 20 gauge

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C grade Fox 16

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Enhanced Fox A grade 16

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Ted Moore

My 1913 16 gauge sterlingworth. Shipped to Geo. R. Hunnewell Fur Company on May 19, 1913. List price was $25.

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This was a cool gun but sold it when I needed money. It was a 1930's model 11 that I paid $25 for.

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Mike Krol

My CSMC Fox, DE grade 16 bore:

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Here it is with The Dreamer & her first grouse taken 2 years ago:

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Tom Avent
I'm not sure I would call a CMSC Fox a "Classic American gun" but DAMN it is a good looking gun.

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mike campbell

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Those are some great Winchesters, but that 39 could take Best in Show. It begs to be photographed with a couple of bushytails and a box of vintage ammo.

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Hunshatt

my raingun.... 20ga sterly 5lbs 12.... 28" tubes... I like this one alot...

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