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    I grew up hunting with the old style guns.lol. Winchester model12s Remington 870s and the likes.
    I inherited a awesome model12s in 12g and was looking to fill in the 16g and 20g and maybe a 42 in 410 to complete the set.
    We all be darned if two 16g model 12s followed me home this past week.lol.both in great original condition. Wjats the chances of that.
    Wish I could post photos from my cell here.
    .you just never know

    The hunt continues.
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    Nice! You have to love it when things follow you home. haha
    I’m still waiting for a Monster Buck to follow me home……
    "Only dead fish go with the flow."
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    So when they follow you home like that, do you have to sneak them in the house?
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    An inexplicable phenomenon that I have experienced is when guns, locked up together for long periods of time in the confined, dark space of a cabinet, will sometimes naturally reproduce. Take for example the 16ga SxS that I once discovered nestled between a 12 and a 20...
    "What calm deer hunter's heart has not skipped a beat when the stillness of a cold November morning is broken by the echoes of hounds tonguing yonder?" -Anonymous-

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    Quote Originally Posted by ninepointer View Post
    An inexplicable phenomenon that I have experienced is when guns, locked up together for long periods of time in the confined, dark space of a cabinet, will sometimes naturally reproduce. Take for example the 16ga SxS that I once discovered nestled between a 12 and a 20...
    LoL that's sounds like the answer to the question
    "Daddy where do guns come from?"l
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    So I have found the answer to the question. Who needs two guns that are exactly the same. ?? ME..LOL
    I mean if I didn't need them they wouldn't have just turned up like that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dutchhunter View Post
    So I have found the answer to the question. Who needs two guns that are exactly the same. ?? ME..LOL
    I mean if I didn't need them they wouldn't have just turned up like that.
    Two identical guns otherwise known as a matched pair are very desirable among British driven game shooters.

    And it's always good to have a backup gun.

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