since you guys like photos, let's post some...

Discussion in 'General Shotgun Discussion' started by Slugo, Oct 22, 2012.

  1. Slugo

    Slugo New Member

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    this is not meant to be a popularity contest, just something to have a little fun with. I'll post some and hope some of you do the same. Even a little blurb or history about the gun will give us plenty to talk about.

    Here, I'll start...

    Here's my 1991 Browning Citori 12 gauge Lightning Sporting Clays with high rib. I bought it from a local guy who ran 25 shells through it and decided it was not a gun for him. I bought it for $850 LNIB!! Just sold it this year for $1450... :)

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  2. Cattledog

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    wow! nice flip on that one. good pick:D
     

  3. fmj

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    NICE!! I would have had a hard time parting with that blunderbuss....shes a beaut! Even at, what, 75% profit....
     
  4. Slugo

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    I flipped two at the same time. On top is my 1993 Browning Citori B325 12 gauge sporter. Both had 30" barrels. I paid $1050 for the 325 back in 93 and sold it for $1525. Both were outstanding target guns, but I wanted the new Browning 725 sporter with 32" barrels, so I had to part with my two 12's... :(

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    here's my new 725 32" which replaced the two Citoris above. The best O/U I ever owned...

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  6. Blueguns

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    This is one I'm sure you all have seen. My trusty BPS.
     

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    My 870 express tactical. Before and after paint.
     

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    coach gun and friends

    stoeger coach gun
     

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    Browning bps stalker 26" barrel 3" chamber
     

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    My stoeger m3500 3 1/2" chamber topped with a truglo gobble stopper red dot, and a kicks .660 Turkey tube...aka THE TURKEY SLAYER
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  12. 303tom

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    How about this for Home Defense, it`s my Model 12
     

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    My Mossberg 185d. I got it from my father when I was in my early teens, as he did from his father in his. It has internally threaded choke tubes in full, modified, and improved cyl.Dad installed a Redding adjustable peep sight in the mid 60s. It is my "do everything" shotgun, and betwwen dad and myself, it has taken over 25 deer, along with countless small game animals. I know it's not on the same level as most of the shotguns in other collections, but it has served my family well for over 50 years.
     

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    Winchester 101 my dad bought for me the day I was born. Altho I didn't get it until several years later lol.

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    Guns passed down to me. Great-grandfather's, grandfather on my mom's side, grandfather on dad's side.

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    Couple shotguns I picked up for use around the house/hiking, camping.

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  15. Seven

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    Ruger I bought a few years back for duck hunting.

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  16. 303tom

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    My Mossberg.................
     

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  17. donthav1

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    J.C. Higgins model 20, 2-3/4 12 gauge. smoothest pump action i've ever handled
     

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