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Fine Shotguns

Fine Shotguns

Author John Taylor has come out with a new book titled, appropriately, Fine Shotguns.
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from BlueRidgeHntr wrote 3 years 10 weeks ago

Interesting that photo 13 is partially a shotgun, but it is actually a drilling, appears to be JP Sauer & Sohn. You can see the holes for the loading of the shotshells, but you can also see the extractor below them for the rifle chamber. Note the Greener safety on the side of the stock and the sliding selector button on top tang to switch between the shotgun right barrel and the lower rifle barrel. I would have liked to have seen a Merkel in the mix. Overall, nice pics.

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from John B. Snow wrote 3 years 10 weeks ago

We didn't run every photo in Taylor's book. So there's no Purdey here, nor Boss, nor Perazzi, nor Abbiatico & Salvinelli--but they're all covered in his book.

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from ken woodruff wrote 3 years 10 weeks ago

does anyone know much about a Baker 12 gauge, made in england I beleive?????

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from mesarich wrote 3 years 10 weeks ago

Not one purdey? I thought this was about fine shotguns? Guess not.

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from ken woodruff wrote 3 years 10 weeks ago

does anyone know much about a Baker 12 gauge, made in england I beleive?????

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from mesarich wrote 3 years 10 weeks ago

Not one purdey? I thought this was about fine shotguns? Guess not.

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from John B. Snow wrote 3 years 10 weeks ago

We didn't run every photo in Taylor's book. So there's no Purdey here, nor Boss, nor Perazzi, nor Abbiatico & Salvinelli--but they're all covered in his book.

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from BlueRidgeHntr wrote 3 years 10 weeks ago

Interesting that photo 13 is partially a shotgun, but it is actually a drilling, appears to be JP Sauer & Sohn. You can see the holes for the loading of the shotshells, but you can also see the extractor below them for the rifle chamber. Note the Greener safety on the side of the stock and the sliding selector button on top tang to switch between the shotgun right barrel and the lower rifle barrel. I would have liked to have seen a Merkel in the mix. Overall, nice pics.

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