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Old 02-17-2017, 04:01 PM   #1
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I don't own any shotguns with wood stocks,heres two shotguns I do own.
Mossberg 500 12 Ga.pump that I added a ATI stock too.The other one is a Steven Savage 320, 12 Ga.pump shotgun.

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Right Here !...............


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From my grandpa. He knew me, but I never knew him.
Winchester 1897 16ga. I'm told that during the depression he would line up a couple Canadian geese on the shore of Lake Geneva, WI, and pop'em two for one. Food on the table was not a sporting event.
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I had a few- before that HORRIBLE boating accident- side x side Fox Sterlingworth was one.

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From my grandpa. He knew me, but I never knew him.
Winchester 1897 16ga. I'm told that during the depression he would line up a couple Canadian geese on the shore of Lake Geneva, WI, and pop'em two for one. Food on the table was not a sporting event.
I know a good recipe for cedar plank goose. Season goose to taste with Cajun spice seasonings, place goose on 10 inch by 10 inch square cedar plank and bake at 350 for three hours. Throw the goose out and eat the cedar plank.

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I know a good recipe for cedar plank goose. Season goose to taste with Cajun spice seasonings, place goose on 10 inch by 10 inch square cedar plank and bake at 350 for three hours. Throw the goose out and eat the cedar plank.
That was my Dad's favorite carp recipe also.
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Mine are all in other threads, posted back when I had a tower that would read my SD cards from my cameras.
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I have a few shotguns, but this one is pretty cool. Barrel shorten to 18.5" and stock shorten 2". Lots of fun.
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Model 12 Winchester I inherited from my Father


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