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Old 03-30-2014, 08:18 AM   #11
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DH 10 gauge by Dale Edmonds
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mills is that upper barrel in the picture have differant type damascus in it or is that the rib i m seeing.. looks good anyway...charlie
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Old 03-30-2014, 10:48 AM   #13
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The rib was worn down a bit and we think that is why it looks black.
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Mills, is the right barrel flat stamped with a D or with a DD ?
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Recently posted in other discussions but again:

1883 10 GA Grade 2 Toplever Damascus, refinished by Dale Edmonds. Multiple patterns in each tube.
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Mills, is the right barrel flat stamped with a D or with a DD ?
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jerry i like that gun...charlie
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Jerry Andrews--Mounsville, Wv
GH 16 Parker GH 20 and Lefever G 16-also chain link pattern LC Smith
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Ithaca Grade 3 chain damascus-original, not refinished
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Harold, you have me wanting a Lefever G 16. Great photos!
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Mills,
Lefever 16's are built on the same frame as their 20's-the XX frame. They are like an O frame Parker. Mine weighs 6lbs 2 oz.
I will have it at the Southern.
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