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Unread 01-12-2023, 02:13 PM   #11
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Wow Ed - that IS heavy!!





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The barrels are stupendous
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The barrels for my heavy 12-gauge, Grade 2, 2-frame, hammerless are stamped 58. A lot of the 2-frame 12-gauges I've checked are in the 315 to 43 range
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Do you have a letter on that one Dave?





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It is the gun with the later added set of 32-inch Vulcan Steel 20-gauge barrels.

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I have a 12 gauge TA #1 frame grade 0 hammer gun with 32" twist barrels that weighs 8lbs. 4 oz. It does feel a touch muzzle heavy, but it is a great shooter and fits me well.
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Today I’m using a Grade 2 three frame 10 gauge with 32” barrels at a semi local tower shoot . The gun was restocked with a straight grip before I acquired it with very dense American walnut and weighs about 10 1/2 pounds . It’ll most likely be used for the hammer challenge at Sanford and quite possibly the 10 gauge challenge . Gun has if memory serves 1 1/4” at the comb and 1 1/2” at the heel . I do fairly well with it if I have my head screwed on correctly .
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That's neat! I grew up about 5-10 minutes from Seisholtsville.
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That's neat! I grew up about 5-10 minutes from Seisholtsville.

Are there still woodcock there Mike?





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