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Old 03-10-2012, 11:13 PM   #1
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I went out shooting some today with this old gun. It's my fathers. Love this old thing!

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Old 03-10-2012, 11:15 PM   #2
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more info? and what were you shooting? 28 ga are hard to come by with out spending big $ for a good one

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It's an old h&r. My dad was attempting to throw clays. He broke more hitting ground than I shot. He hit a few more than I did because I van throw them alittle netters than him

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Tony will explain that just won't do. H&R? Why he's never heard of such a thing! Now "Harrington & Richardson" -- THAT sounds like it could be expensive. One needs to use at LEAST a Beretta Silver Pidgeon Hole with oiled English stock or a Krieghasselhoff 2000 set with its 28 ga. barrel or a Browing I81U81Two with 28 ga. barrel insert to shoot it in God's Waiting Room...

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all ready have the beretta need to look into the other 2 makes may want one

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any idea how old? dont see many 28 singles with a hammer. back in the days 12 20 and .410
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