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A Quality Shotgun Travel Case

In the 1990’s, I was invited to participate in a big shotgun event. Kind of a big deal back then. But being much younger, and less experienced, I didn’t own any sporting weapons. I have recounted the story many times how this shotgun came into my possession: Browning Sporting Clays Lightening II. So I won’t rehash that here. But someone …

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Freeze’s Dove Gun – Winchester 101

I’m not exactly sure I recall every detail about Freeze’s Winchester 101. I know, according to him, it’s a little short for some winged shooting. But it’s the only double gun I have even seen him with. I also believe he has owned it for many, many years. And somehow, I just know, he got it for well below it’s …

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Cogswell & Harrison Windsor Shotgun

Cogswell & Harrison was established in May 1770 and is London’s oldest surviving gun maker. It has manufactured an exceptionally diverse range of sporting shotguns and rifles during its long and colorful history. It’s current “Bespoke” shotgun lists for a cool $80,000, but at SHOT the company launched a family of modern over/under shotguns called Windsor with a more lunch …