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Old 07-31-2011, 08:31 AM   #11
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What does all that mean?

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I just wanted to say thats one sexy shotty.

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What does all that mean?
Sounds like it was built prior to 1940

I'm going to bump this thread to ask what (if anything ) you found out about your Sauer Drilling... I am not receiving the photos of the weapon, but you have a very cute dog. I am trying to date a similar Sauer 12-12-9.3x72R with a serial number in the 143xxx range. All of my other resources show hammerless models, but no model numbers are listed for these external hammered models with the side action release lever.
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Ambrola,

Love those pups also! Talk about great markings. Is that parent and pup?

But have always appreciated the German Craftsmanship. They are just flat fantastic drilling's and I have always been an admirer of them even though I have never had one. As they stated they are not the normal chamber for the present US shotgun shells and most not standard calibers. But fantastic non the less! In addition black powder shells and cartridges in the older models. Thanks for sharing them with us!

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