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Just wanted to show off my 16 Gauge.

Discussion in 'Rifle & Shotgun Discussion' started by PanhandleGlocker, Mar 12, 2021.

  1. Cowbaby

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    quite a few boxes of 16gauge shells around here.

    I have its twin brother in a 12ga 1926. Amazing what us old guys that are broke might have lying around huh?

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    Awesome Shotty by the way! If you are looking for some truly world class professionals in terms of getting you a blue job, I highly recommend Precision Bluing ( www.precisionbluing.com ) . They have a variety of finishes to choose from that will suite your taste. I believe they also deal with SmithWesson for some of their OE bluing, but don't quote me on that. Cheers
     
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    Nice looking old Model 12. Here is a 20 guage from 1913. Wish it still had the steel buttplate, but not bad for it's age.
     

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    Love the 16 gauges. I have a Browning Sweet 16 that has became my primary upland shotgun. We have a special relationship. When I point it something dies on its other end.
     
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    That`s sweet old lead slinger!
     
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    I have some 16ga ammo but not a 16ga gun....guess I probably ought to make a correction. BTW, anyone know if Remington ever made an 1100 in 16?
     
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    Ithaca 16G. 1939.
    Love the old shotguns
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    Papa had a Model 12 16ga. He had "retired" it, after buying a Browning Sweet 16.First shotgun I ever shot. I used it until 1971, when I "found" a Rem 1100 16ga under the Christmas tree. Dad had a 16ga 870, he traded for, in '59.
    I was supposed to get Papa's Model 12, my cousin "borrowed" from Grandma's closet and never returned it.

    We kind of like 16ga.
     
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    As Mark Novak would say. "Do the maintenance". Keep it alive for future generations.
     

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