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Old 12-31-2010, 01:56 AM   #1
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I have caught a strange bug. I have a desire for a 10 ga single shot 18" bbl hand held claymore. While searching Gunsamerica I found a used Fabarm dbl bbl 10 ga that sold for less than $400.

Now I want a dbl bbl 10 ga. Cut it down to 18" bbls and I will have an uber-cool ultra expensive ammo launching device

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Old 12-31-2010, 02:06 AM   #2
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They're a handfull. I used to have a pair of Browning BPS 10 ga and an American Arms 10 ga double barrel back when I was into turkey hunting big time. When I switched over to bowhunting for turkey and quit calling in birds for other people I sold them.

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Too much of a good thing for me, but it will impress your friends when it goes boom.

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Maybe you can find a Greener.

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I am definately not recoil sensitive. 45-70 Guide Gun w/340 gr bullets @2100 fps are fun!

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I demand a video of you pulling both triggers at once.

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I demand a video of you pulling both triggers at once.
X2! THis reminded me of a friend doing this with my 16GA double. He is a small framed guy. Around 130 pounds. He did not fall but it left a nasty black and blue spot on his shoulder.
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X2! THis reminded me of a friend doing this with my 16GA double. He is a small framed guy. Around 130 pounds. He did not fall but it left a nasty black and blue spot on his shoulder.
I own a 16ga sxs and I pulled both triggers once. ONCE! I'm 6ft 1 and weigh 180 but that little gun left me hurting. I don't shy from recoil but I got a nice bruse from that one.
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