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BcozHunter said:
This ought to cover you!
Thats a double barrel 12. It is not a over under shotgun rifle you are thinking of. Unless that is a 12 and 50. If it is a 50 on the other side of that 12,I sure do want to be around when you pull that trigger. LOL
 

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Would it be legal to carry a crossbow and rifle at night while hunting yotes during archery deer season?
Yes,because deer season ends at a certain time every day.
 

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easterndog said:
BcozHunter said:
This ought to cover you!
Thats a double barrel 12. It is not a over under shotgun rifle you are thinking of. Unless that is a 12 and 50. If it is a 50 on the other side of that 12,I sure do want to be around when you pull that trigger. LOL
Look at the THIRD Little hole directly under the 2-12 guage holes... looks like a 223 maybe...

I know a guy from South Carolina who has 1 of them Triple Barrels... his is 12 guage side by side with a .22 mag under them...got to shoot it the last time I was down, they are NICE Firearms!
Not many around, but they are out there!
 

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Woody, look at the link I posted. That rifle could be up to a 9.3x74R. That should be enough to stop a coyote


The drillings are fairly common around here, and are great looking guns. I just don't have that kinda cash to spend on a gun that I probably wouldn't hunt much with.
 

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Drilling is what that sort of firearm is commonly known as.

Many came here from Germany after WWII, as "trophies" seized by American GIs. Ran into a guy stalking a fence row in Potter Co. once, in an area we hunted woodchucks in. We thought it was a double barrel, came to find it also had a 22 Hornet barrel.

Guy said it had been his grandfather's.
 

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Woodywoodduck said:
Look at the THIRD Little hole directly under the 2-12 guage holes... looks like a 223 maybe...

I know a guy from South Carolina who has 1 of them Triple Barrels... his is 12 guage side by side with a .22 mag under them...got to shoot it the last time I was down, they are NICE Firearms!
Not many around, but they are out there!
I've never seen a triple barrel gun.
Where is the third trigger mechanism? I don't see one in the pic.
 

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varmintblaster said:
Where is the third trigger mechanism? I don't see one in the pic.
I've never shot one, and was wondering the same thing.

From the site I posted.
The 96K is fitted with double triggers and the front trigger, which operates for the rifle barrel when selected, is also a set trigger.
 

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varmintblaster said:
Woodywoodduck said:
Look at the THIRD Little hole directly under the 2-12 guage holes... looks like a 223 maybe...

I know a guy from South Carolina who has 1 of them Triple Barrels... his is 12 guage side by side with a .22 mag under them...got to shoot it the last time I was down, they are NICE Firearms!
Not many around, but they are out there!
I've never seen a triple barrel gun.
Where is the third trigger mechanism? I don't see one in the pic.
I would say it is one of those safty looking buttons on the stock. Like slide it forward and it switches a trigger to the bottom barrel pirepin mechanism
 

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one of my dads duties with the army immediately after hostilities in WW2 was to go around and destroy military and civlian owned guns. They would be brought in to a central point in the village, they would load them up and take them into the country where they would be run over by tanks, burned and buried.

He said there were a lot of drillings, side x sides, single barrel shotguns (lots of 16 guages), sporting rifles along with military ordance. A good numberer of those were "rescued" by GI's and shipped home. My dad brought back two model 98's and a P-38. I wished that he had snagged a couple of drillings and a sporterized mauser. He said it made him sick to destroy guns that were family heirlooms. I suspect that a lot of folks buried theirs. At least I hope so.
 

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Yes if you are coyote hunting at night you can bring two
guns with you.
 

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varmintblaster said:
Woodywoodduck said:
Look at the THIRD Little hole directly under the 2-12 guage holes... looks like a 223 maybe...

I know a guy from South Carolina who has 1 of them Triple Barrels... his is 12 guage side by side with a .22 mag under them...got to shoot it the last time I was down, they are NICE Firearms!
Not many around, but they are out there!
I've never seen a triple barrel gun.
Where is the third trigger mechanism? I don't see one in the pic.
The 1 the guy I know from South Carolina had 2 switches that looked like Safeties... 1 was a safety and the other was for the bottom barrel, back was for the right barrel forward was for the bottom barrel... sorta like BcozHunter said
 

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Those things look sweet, but probably so does the price!!!
 
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