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Old 12-18-2013, 12:42 AM   #11
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Mine is too! I carried it loaded with slugs on my first few deer hunts. My grandpa gave it to me a few years later.
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Mosseberg and sons model 46B (b) it was my grampas then my dads and now mine. Its old but is still a tack driver. Will shoot everything from 22 short to long rifle. I didnt put the scope on it dad did that long before i was born. I got the original back peep sight just cant find any screws for it. Still an awesome rifle dont shoot as much as i use to because parts are hard to find but still my favorite.
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Mine is too! I carried it loaded with slugs on my first few deer hunts. My grandpa gave it to me a few years later.
My 42 is a full choke, what is yours?
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Mosseberg and sons model 46B (b) it was my grampas then my dads and now mine. Its old but is still a tack driver. Will shoot everything from 22 short to long rifle. I didnt put the scope on it dad did that long before i was born. I got the original back peep sight just cant find any screws for it. Still an awesome rifle dont shoot as much as i use to because parts are hard to find but still my favorite.
I have orders parts for that exact rifle. My father has 2 of them. Vic havlin was who I got them from. Google search Vic havlin. He is the go to guy on them old guns. My dads are both shooters.
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My 42 is a full choke, what is yours?
I think it was modified.
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I have never found this websight before thanks that actually helps alot really appreciate it.
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my favorite 513T Remington
Good looking rifle, I like the camo job on it. Is it a single shot?
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Nice rifle. I don't think ever seen one.
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