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Old 02-25-2013, 03:41 AM   #1
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Default Seems awesome for the money, 12, 20 and .410 in one

I saw this ad today on Armslist. I don't think I've ever seen a shotgun that can be barreled for 3 different gauges. And it's relatively cheap to boot, or at least I think it is.

http://www.armslist.com/posts/1126983/augusta-georgia-shotguns-for-sale-trade--new-england-pardner-shotgun--12-rifled--20-and-410

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Not bad. Would make a very handy gun. Rossi makes a similar rifle called the Trifecta that comes with 3 barrels, but I think it's one shotgun barrel, one centerfire rifle barrel and one rimfire rifle barrel.

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Instead of three barrels you could use those cartridge adapters to shoot 12ga, 20ga, 410, and pistol calibers out of the 12 gauge model. The cartridge adapters are only around $10 each.
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I saw this ad today on Armslist. I don't think I've ever seen a shotgun that can be barreled for 3 different gauges. And it's relatively cheap to boot, or at least I think it is.

http://www.armslist.com/posts/1126983/augusta-georgia-shotguns-for-sale-trade--new-england-pardner-shotgun--12-rifled--20-and-410
I wish you would not have posted that..............
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Instead of three barrels you could use those cartridge adapters to shoot 12ga, 20ga, 410, and pistol calibers out of the 12 gauge model. The cartridge adapters are only around $10 each.
GeneralPatton your second post did not work to well.
I just saw that. I dunno what the hell happened there. I don't think that was even supposed to be on this particular thread, not to mention it was parts of like 3 different posts. Odd
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This was my Dads Springfield M6 22 hornet and 410 CZ.
He always said he could go down in the pasture and hide behind a brush pile and wait on the crows to come, then shoot a crow with the hornet and shoot the rabbit when it ran out of the brush pile.
We always had rabbit pot pies in the freezer. Yummy





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For that price you can get three old single barrels. An idea whose time came and quickly went in my opinion. Other than a trap gun, never saw a single barrel that did anything for me but kick.

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For that price you can get three old single barrels. An idea whose time came and quickly went in my opinion. Other than a trap gun, never saw a single barrel that did anything for me but kick.
I agree, I just don't recollect ever even seeing one prior to that ad. It's kinda like that commercial for the "office assistant" scanner to get rid of the piles of paperwork in your home or office......would have been great, 15 years ago but seems to me it was out of date before it was even invented.....not to mention it was just a scanner with it's own software, and scanners have been around for over a decade.
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