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English 3 barrel 10 bore.

Discussion in 'Shotguns' started by macFarlaine, Nov 13, 2007.

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  1. macFarlaine

    macFarlaine Member

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    As promised pictures of our 10 bore.I could only attatch 5 pictures.
     

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  2. The Deer Hunter

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    could you like put like a pen or something next to the breech so I can apreciate the enourmousness?
     
  3. Deer Hunter

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    Absolutely insane.

    I want one.
     
  4. macFarlaine

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    We can make you one.We even fly you over to England for the weekend,I will also throw in some duck shooting....
     
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    hands down the coolest thing I have seen all day
     
  6. Bartkowski

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    Very nice looking gun. If you could do something like what Deer Hunter said that would be great.
     
  7. Striker

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    For waterfowling I assume?

    I know you take ducks and geese on your driven hunts, but assume you would use that gun for pass shooting or blind shooting?
     
  8. Jim K

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    It sometimes happens that a double barrel gun will fire both barrels at the same time. I wonder what would happen to the shooter's shoulder if....

    Jim
     
  9. macFarlaine

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    Yes you are right.We now rarely use it but when we do it is mainly for longer range geese (Pinkfoot) in the north of Scotland.
     
  10. macFarlaine

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    I have had two or three double discharges on a 12b,it can be a shock to the system when you are not expecting it.
     
  11. goon

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    For those who have never fired a 10 gauge...
    My experience was one shot of 3.5inch 10 gauge ammo (I think). A guy I know had his double barrel out and offered to let me try it. Recoil wasn't bad at all because the gun was so heavy. The target was a plastic 5 gallon bucket. One round from 20 yards ripped the hell out of it and blew it about 20 feet back into the brush.
    I can only imagine the effect of three of them going off at once on both the target and the shooter.
    Hamburger on both ends.
     
  12. Matt304

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    Could you attach a picture of you holding the complete gun in front of you for a size reference?

    Thanks.
     
  13. Dave McCracken

    Dave McCracken Moderator In Memoriam

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    Thanks for posting that, Mac. It sure is pretty.

    Naturally I looked at that and thought how it would do on our Eastern Shore migrant geese.Probably very well, but I shudder to think of toting that into a salt marsh.

    Alternately, toting it to PGC with some 2 7/8" cases holding 1 1/8 oz of 7 1/2s would start a line forming of all the Geezers wanting to try it out. Ought to work well for trap.

    Thanks again....
     
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    More than $50,000?
     
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