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    Default John Yank : The Legend

    After highjacking the other thread about our hunting trip, I thought it would be fair to show the outcome.
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    Looks like you made the best out of a cold winters day. Only hunting I ever did was for VC and NVA and forgetting to flip the saftey was not acceptable. The bird dog would of helped.

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    Nice side-by. Takes me back to my up-land days. Very enjoyable & long in the past. We had some of the best woodcock & quail hunting. Glad you guys had a day.
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    some nice bird feather for tying too. I miss since I haven't hunted in years
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    I don't know about Legend. Not to belabor the point but man was that fun. We did eat the birds. My wife found a good recipe where the breasts were stuffed with herbs and mozzarella, then dreged in flour and bread crumbs. They were quite good, really added to the experience.
    John Yank

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    What kind of shotgun is that? Is it a sidelock, or a boxlock with sideplates. I have an old S X S Itiica made in the 30'sthat I wouldn't mind running a few rounds through sometime. Been years since I hunted. I went off into trapshooting at about 20 to 25 thousand rounds a year. Gave that up too. Now the guns are just 1 more thing to remember to take care of

    I see the squirrel population is creeping up in the back yard again. Might be time to thin the herd again
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    Just saw your reply Pete. It's a 1925 L.C. Smith. Side by side, 12 gauge, 26 inch barrels. Don't know what a "side lock or box lock" means. I'm new to vintage guns. Kenny probably knows.
    That gun was my Christmas present from my son, Brad. What a boy! In fact, he just bought a 40 cal. Berreta semi last weekend. Looks like we're moving into other areas.
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    Not a bad day! Looks like Amwell to me.

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