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Posted in thread: Browning Auto 5 chokes on 08-25-2009 at 03:40 PM
Before they started offering choke tubes, did Browning Auto 5 barrels come in anything other
than modified choke and full choke?Yes, they came several different ways, here's the summary:*
Posted in thread: Converting existing shotgun to skeet shooting on 08-19-2009 at 04:20 PM
I purchased an extra barrel for my Ithaca 51, and had screw-in chokes put in it... works very
well! I can now shoot everything from skeet to turkeys with one gun. The chokes I have all
extend 1.5" out...
Posted in thread: Do you leave it cocked? on 08-18-2009 at 02:36 PM
Of course my external hammer guns are uncocked unless ready to fire, but I think the issue
centers more around internal hammer guns that automatically cock by either having been just
fired or by cycli...
Posted in thread: New to forum and to muzzleloading on 08-17-2009 at 09:58 PM
The style of the stock indicates a late Lancaster County architecture. The drum ignition,
double set triggers and shape of the trigger guard also indicate Lancaster building. The
straight front trigge...
Posted in thread: New to forum and to muzzleloading on 08-06-2009 at 12:28 PM
I say make a wall hanger out of it. It would cost more to fix than what it is worth.Worth
implies that it could possibly ever be sold:D... I have no plans of shooting it, but to make a
wall hanger out...
Posted in thread: Birddogs on 08-04-2009 at 12:47 PM
I am a huge fan of the GSP. Mine turns 5 this year. My family has owned GSP's for 3 or 4
generations. We hunt bobwhite and pheasant over ours. I have hunted over pointers, eng.
setters, vislas, britta...
Posted in thread: New to forum and to muzzleloading on 08-03-2009 at 06:12 PM
I found this somewhat similar musket on gunbroker... I see now how the barrel is held in...
anything else? Musket Kentucky .....Very Nice Shape! : Antiques / pre-1899 at GunBroker.com
Posted in thread: Browning A5 on 08-03-2009 at 01:33 PM
If the gun is from the late 50's, I believe they stopped matching barrels and reciever SN's.
Also, I saw he didn't mention the guage in the original post, and as I understand it, that
makes a differen...
Posted in thread: New to forum and to muzzleloading on 08-03-2009 at 01:26 PM
thank you both for the help and insight. I did a search on gunbroker, and the only similar
looking musket I found, the guy called it a "trade musket". not sure what that means, or how
long ago those w...
Posted in thread: New to forum and to muzzleloading on 08-01-2009 at 02:17 PM
Greetings!I just obtained my first two muzzleloaders! The first is a T/C Arms .45 Hawken, but
the second is why I'm posting: has been in the family for a long time, but no one knows much
about it, ot...