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    Quote Originally Posted by One Legged Josh View Post
    Hey Josh, is the bottom gun in your pic a Savage /Stevens ?

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    I love these little guns!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Moe M. View Post
    Hey Josh, is the bottom gun in your pic a Savage /Stevens ?
    Top to bottom

    Rossi .410
    Stevens tool co (1878) 28 ga.
    H&R 12 ga.
    Savage (Yardsale $20)
    Talking<Doing.
    Owning<Using.


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    A few more of my H&R's
    Top gun is my Hammer 10ga 32" modified for when dead isn't enough here kitty kitty kitty (Just kidding)
    Middle is my hunting gun 28 Ga 26" modified
    Bottom is my all around gun 12 ga 24" full If there is a load this doesn't shoot well I haven't found it yet Cheap promo stuff. target rounds. heavy turkey loads, buckshot, brenekke or winchester slug , cheek on the stock it puts 'em were I'm looking

    New old gun I just got H&R 162 buck lyman sights 24" cyl. 1977 vintage rear sight folds down and you can use the front as a bead for shot


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    This is my H&R 20 gauge. THis my main bird and rabbit gun.
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    Not sure if I can ever reach the ranks of this group. Some very nice pieces. I have a Handi Grip on the way. Chambered in .308. I can't wait to add to it.

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    You will like it and they are about as addicting as the old Nagants.....LOL
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    Bushcraft is whatever you want it to be. Must of us have just gone to simple and light kit and you can't get any simpler or lighter than a singleshot shotgun. The singleshot is also iconic for most of us since that's the shotgun we cut our teeth on. Mine was a Springfield/Steven 410 that I carried all over my grandparents farm and took everything from rabbits and other furry rodents to crows. My father still has it.

    My singleshot is a Rossi 20 that I traded four boxes of .45 for. I also had a H&R Handi-rifle at one time in .308 and like a fool, I traded it away. That's another one I wish I had back.

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    Understandable point of view. Pigs aren't a problem where I live. We just have to watch out for the occasional mad squirrel or attack rabbit, both of which a single shot shotgun will take down, no problem. Don't get me wrong. I own and use a Remington 870 and its a great gun, just not what I like to carry in the field, when I'm just tramping around. Now if if it's dove season, that's a different story!

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    Quote Originally Posted by solocanoe View Post
    very nice, mct453. very nice indeed.

    I'm getting dangerously close to a saturday of pawn-shopping for an old H+R single shot....
    not needed...but I can feel it coming on...



    this H+R 922 is much older than I am...and aging better too!

    This is kinda cool. I gotta an old model 949 .22 that is inbad need of parts, and a holster identical to yours. Dang, I miss Otasco stores.

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