Now I like the "whippet." :hand10:
Are those Model 11 Remingtons?
Looks like an A-5 to me?
Good eye gentlemen, im impressed :-) Always have been a Big Bonnie and Clyde Parker Fan:smoke23: , Hence did a Custom build off the Rem. 11, felt a bit more robust than the Browning A5 and was able to find a better quality host gun and 100% reliable...Thanks for the Kind words:hand10:
They all look great, Loandr. :congrats:
Think you have your names turned around though, Bonnie Parker and Clyde Barrow. :wink:
Correct once again OD!
Rio Bravo has Angie Dickinson, Ricky Nelson, Dean Martin, Walter Brennan, etc. Walter Brennan carries a short scatter gun with stock trimmed, but not on his hip. Wrong movie.Quote:
Originally Posted by ExSoldier
I am still trying to find one of these.
TAURUS MODEL 44 TEN 410GA/.45LC
I handled one in Vancouver, WA, but each dealer I have asked said they got some and sold them and have had no resupply.
Kind of looks like an Old Skool rendition of the Bersa Thunder-5. I LIKE :-) Thanks for sharing.
Nice accumulation of stubby blasters.
Years ago in a western state a very good friend of the family who was a postal carrier still had an "Auto Burgular", was a dandy little gun
I've got two of them ole M-11's myself including one with a Cutts compensator & adjustible chokes I inherited when my father passed.
Heavy ole clunkers but they do the job.
Loandr. I especially like the Mossberg 500 with the Knoxx Spec-Ops Stock and Surefire forearm. That would see to be the most useable of the shotties you posted. It would be and excellent house clearing gun. I'd love to do something similar with an 870. How hard is the whole process of getting the tax stamp and how hard would it be to get a gunsmith the cut down the barrel?