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What I keep in a glass door gun cabinet

Discussion in 'Shotguns' started by Gordon, Jan 5, 2013.

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  1. Gordon

    Gordon Member

    Dec 26, 2002
    central Kali.
    I posted the rifles in the rifle section. Here are the USERS I keep handy in a locked room.
    1968 Browning 20 ga. magnum A5 was cut to 24" plus Colonial super steel extended choke tube OAL at 25 1/2" , stoked with 3" Fiocchi Golden Rooster #6 nickel plated and the tube is Imp. Cylinder . This kills pheasant like a laser to 50 yards and fits me like a glove.
    10 Gauge AYA cut to 20"and stoked with #4 buck,; I shot a couple big buck racoons with it off the deck.It lives around the TV room, high up (7 foot and no where for kids to climb and hidden)and not closed up but with 2 loads in it.When grand kids visit it goes into cabinet in the locked room. Last gun is a Japanese esquisitely made .410 single shot that rolls things to 30 yards with 3" 7 1/2 shot without freaking anyone out.This is head and shoulders better made than an single barrel american vintage .410 I have yet seen. Equal to a Webley an Scott in quality, but simpler.
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