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Covey of Woodcock?
Unread 12-31-2020, 02:24 PM   #11
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Default Covey of Woodcock?

Or maybe these are hummingbirds....?

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Looks like Runge’s interpretation of woodcock.





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Or maybe these are hummingbirds....?

I would say , " Wilson's Jacksnipe " ,Great looking Engraving ! Almost like a Woodcock but missing the Big orange Belly !
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The ultimate Parker Bros. Grouse --

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That trigger plate on that D is very different Dean.
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I agree Brian, but it's a pretty late Remington gun and they strayed a bit from the norm in wood, checkering and engraving themes after the move.

And we wonder if these unusual guns are the result of a special order, but we may never know.



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