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Unread 02-19-2019, 04:42 PM   #71
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One of my favorite guail and grouse guns is a 20 bore GH, shipped in 1903 to South Carolina. With cylinder (a few points of constriction) and modified 26" barrels, it was obviously purchased for quail hunting.
Oh, I was suppose to be looking at the gun..... Beautiful setter, yes the gun is nice but the setter was what caught my eye
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John that is a strange looking quail? Georgia quail?
Those are "Mud Quail."
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i found another quail gun in the corner its a 12 gauge remington 1894 model b grade ordance steel barrels with ejectors and 26 inch factory barrels that weighs in at 6 3/4 lbs...a dove gun for sure i have taken many dove with it....probaly a quail gun in her time.....charlie
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John, What are “mud quail”, I’ve never seen one of those boogers? Maybe snipe or rail?
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Probably woodcock which is a new favorite sport of mine
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Those are snipe. Perhaps the most fun of all game birds. Don't knock it till to try it.
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Snipe was my favorite game bird for years until they became non existent around here.
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No knock on my part, I just wasn’t sure.
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John that is a strange looking quail? Georgia quail?
Pinnochio Quail!!
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Mike, no knock taken. Was just speaking in general terms.
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