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Unread 09-30-2020, 05:47 PM   #11
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Found this on my website. GHE SN 221278 1927 D3 courtesy of Ian Civco

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YES! With the Overload Proved stamp.
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I have a 1919 20 ga Damascus gun d4
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My 1918 26" 1-frame GHE12 has nice damascus bbls. It's a very light gun. I'd certainly not shoot those old Super-X loads in it!
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Richard, I will bet that someone shot a bunch of Super-X 1 1/4 ounce loads in it.
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I'm sure the barrels would take it, but why shoot such a load in a small-framed, lightweight 26" gun? I'd be afraid of blowing the stock wrist up. It's a perfect woodcock and grouse gun over pointing dogs. It's not a duck gun. Strangely enough, the barrels seem to have been cut and there's no choke but it letters with 26" bbls.
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