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How old is your waterfowl gun.

Discussion in 'The Duck Hunters Forum' started by salthunter, May 2, 2021.

  1. goosehunter64

    goosehunter64 Elite Refuge Member

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    My old 870 Wingmaster is 35, but I've owned her 34.
    My Mossberg 935 is about 6 years old...at least since I got it.
     
  2. Dr Duk

    Dr Duk Elite Refuge Member

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    Most of my Beretta guns are newer.
    In 1966, I gave my father an 1100 mag.
    Took it to a gunsmith several years ago to go thru it. Took it hunting and shot 5 ducks that day. 0D4ECD88-E09E-43F1-BB26-C4EF24AB19D0.jpeg
     
    Fogie and nobands like this.
  3. pluffmud

    pluffmud Senior Refuge Member

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    I inherited my Great Grandpa's Browning Light Twelve I'd say about 7 years ago now. I can't put a number on the days that gun has been in the woods/truck cab, but apparently thousands of deer have met their fate on the Savannah River flood plain at the hands of my Great Grandpa and that gun. It only comes out to occasionally shoot clays, wood ducks holes, and just to reminisce. That's my favorite gun. My personal ole' faithful... My bread and butter... A Benelli SBEII 25th anniversary edition my wife got me. Just an absolutely near perfect gun.
     

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