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Unread 11-03-2023, 08:06 AM   #11
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Boss fiber wad 1 1/4oz #5's. Picture of my assigned blind yesterday, pretty spot but it's been difficult with no wind.
There may be no wind but what a beautiful set up to enjoy mother nature. You're living the life my friend.
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That is a beautiful gun! And more beautiful that it is doing what it is supposed to do.
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Wow Craig that is a beautiful gun. I'm green with shotgun envy. About 20 years ago I was approached by a guy at the gun club that claimed he had inherited a Fox 20 gauge DE with 30" barrels and wanted to know if I wanted to buy it. Of course I said yes and then he said he wanted $10K for it. Sometimes you don't know what you're passing on. I still have his address, but I'm sure it's long gone.
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Congrats on getting a great DE out doing what it was meant for!!

That is really nicely done Gough style DE-Grade engraving. As it should be!! There are some of the Gough style XEs & DEs that to my eye look like they were done with a cold chisel.
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Wow that is gorgeous!
Do I know that D Grade??
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Jim the gun came from a pawn shop in Texas.
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how can you kill ducks while looking at such a great gun.....love those .040 chokes.....charlie
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