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This little German 16 ga. fell into my lap the other day
. It has the Jones Underlever action, 30 inch steel barrels, wedge style forearm, and a horn grip. She's broke most of the clay birds that I've shot at, and will get carried in my grouse and woodcock coverts this fall.


 

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Very nice Grey Phase. Weight? Chokes? She looks as though she may have spent a little time with a talented fellow from the Pacific Northwest.

Marcus
 

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She weights 6 lbs. 7 ozs. and has cylinder chokes. Yes she came from Mark Larson. He knew that I was lusting after a Jones Underlever and he was regretting selling me a Model 44 Husqvarna several years ago. We swapping guns and are both happy.
 

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The craftsmanship appears to be superb! I can find 16 gauge shells at most DICK'S stores in Maryland.

Good hunting to you!
TR
 

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Thanks Grey Phase. That little setter was a dead giveaway.

I hope she serves you well come autumn. It'll be here before we know it.

Marcus
 

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I saw this title on the right under recent posts and was hoping it would be in the for sale forum. Beautiful gun
 

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That is beautiful!
 

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They just don't make them like that anymore!

Are the chambers 2 9/16"(2 1/2) or 2 3/4"?
 

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410-er said:
They just don't make them like that anymore!

Are the chambers 2 9/16"(2 1/2) or 2 3/4"?
2 1/2 inch chambers like most of my hammer guns. I reload so it's not a problem.
 
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