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Unread 01-24-2013, 10:21 AM   #41
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32" Titanic barrels, 232769 . Came from a 28" 2 barrel, fully optioned set. This is a gun to find.
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Unread 01-24-2013, 02:02 PM   #42
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What the hell, I am still looking for damacus 16 ga O frame 30" barrels with ejectors. I know one of our members has a set and hopefully I can wear him down to let go of them.....
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Have patience. They are out there.
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I have a VH 16 ga 1 frame serial number 158321 with a mismatched fore end. The fore end's number is 204898 and might be from a 1 1/2 frame gun. It fits perfectly and works the same. The gun was originally shipped to Minnesota and I bought the gun in the early 1990's out of somewhere in MN as well. I would like to get everything back to its original gun provided they still work as intended. The gun is a shooter-not a looker- and it shoots very well. I can't see the numbers when I shoot so they don't bother me. Still it would be nice to correct the record.

Please PM me as I do not check this thread often.
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Guys I have barrels for D grade 74151 2 frame extractor damascus, barrels in great shap would like to trade for 28 or 30" vulcan 1frame 16ga, Gary
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OK, we have our first hit. Gary, where did you get those barrels? Yup, I have the gun. I don't imagine that you also have the forend, do you? email me at wilmrph@verizon.net and post on here for everyone's enjoyment.
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Bill, I bought them from a walk in at the Greensboro gun show. He was walking around and came by our table with a set of barrels in a sleeve I ask what he had and he pulled them out. Of course I bought them the were in good condition. I also posted the barrels on the WTB site for a possible trade for the 1 frame 16ga Vulcan brls I am looking for Now here is the kicker those barrels must have been made along with the gun for a left handed shooter, because the barrels are Right barrel I/C and the Left Full BWT Right brl .042 Left brl .050 at the thinnest place measured to 15" in from muzzle. On top of that he was from Pilot Mountain and told me he had a 16ga hammer gun if I would like to see it he would bring it the next day. He did and also brought a grade 2 10ga that my son bought. I am flabbergasted that someone owns the " rest of the story" I will e-mail you Bill
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Yahoo- the Lost and Found works!!
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Bill, I cannot get the e-mail to go thru comes back as undeliverable, call me 540-745-6991
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I got the email, Gary. Thanks for the information about how you got the barrels. I just remember I know where the forend is, but I may not be able to get it. No big deal, I should be able to find a forend. Sorry I don't have the 16 gauge barrels you are looking for. Yes, the Lost and Found thread works. For the readers, the gun letters to a store in Berwick, PA. and was made with 30" cylinder and full barrels, just about like Gary described them. 7 pounds, 8 ounces. This is the back end that wore the two sets of Bernard barrels that were reunited with the lost CH "Charleston Gun" last year. So now that story comes full circle.
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