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Hunshatt

my woodworkers next project....

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20 ga sterly, 30" tubes.... this ones problaby gonna get a full tart job....  Fritz helped me procure the gun, and the blank came from a birdhunting Icon....

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Fin2Feather
Wow, Thuddy, you've really gone full bore in for those tomato stakes  :<img src=:'>  !

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Hunshatt

:D  :D ... Can't afford a real gun.....  :<img src=:'>

I had this smith done over ... hated it ... fortunately I was able to find someone with an appreciation of guns to dump it on....

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

Is a Utica Fox a "Classic American Shotgun?"   CSMC is a continuation of the Fox production manufactured in New Britain, CT rather than Philadelphia, or Utica. McIntosh argues this point and argues that the latest production of Fox guns are as good or better than the earlier guns.  Having owned a couple of each and handled countless others, I agree.

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Hunshatt
feeling a little argumentative today barrister?

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Bonasa
feeling a little argumentative today barrister?

:oops:  :blush:    Didn't mean for that to have such an edge....Lol

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Hunshatt
hahahaha..... and I'm guessing if you hadn't just ordered one you wouldn't have been so quick to throw out the Mcintosh "expert" testimony...... :<img src=:'>

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Mike Krol

OK, I think this one might qualify for classic: Fox A Grade 12 bore, restocked by Gemes, finished by Krol, checkered (and photographed) by Campbell:

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john mcg
OK, I think this one might qualify for classic: Fox A Grade 12 bore, restocked by Gemes, finished by Krol, checkered (and photographed) by Campbell:

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Yup--gorgeous!

Just gorgeous!

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mike campbell
my woodworkers next project....

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That'll be sweet!

I don't know why we don't see more Foxes with a Mannlicher style forend. Maybe 'cause it costs so much to checker 'em?

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grousehunter 61

A 1920 Fox sw 16 ga.

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Winchester M12 12 ga.

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A 1912 Ithaca Flews 12ga soon to be added.

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pa'tridge hunters

1924 Trojan, Scared the hell out of a partridge with it this afternoon :down: .

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Tom Avent
This post is killing me. I just sold a 16ga Model 12( not sure why).

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Hunshatt

my woodworkers next project....

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That'll be sweet!

I don't know why we don't see more Foxes with a Mannlicher style forend. Maybe 'cause it costs so much to checker 'em?

:glare:  :glare: ........better sharpen yur chisels.....

and at least I'll know the grain on the forearm will match  :<img src=:'>

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Briarscratch

An oldie but a goodie.   1936 16 gauge Winchester Model 21 field grade.  

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