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    Thanks very much. Do you recall length of time until barrel was returned to you, and approximate cost?

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    I love 16 ga. I own several..sxs, rem 48, Browning Sweet 16[original], Rem 870 Wingmaster. I no longer duck hunt, but I love chasing grouse, woodcock, and bunnies, even deer! All of these guns are at least 50 years old, and run flawlessly. I need to get rid of a bunch, but its like selling your kids!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jim View Post
    I need to get rid of a bunch, but its like selling your kids!
    Hahaha!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by pinepointer View Post
    Thanks very much. Do you recall length of time until barrel was returned to you, and approximate cost?
    Call Rick Lawry, he will let you know current price and time it takes, 905 765 3343.
    I had mine done several years ago, turn about time , and prices most likely have changed, I also had my 10 gauge done by them.

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    Never used my old guns for waterfowl due to the steel shot but for hare and grouse I used them once and a while when I feel like changing up things
    "Give a man a fish and he eats for a day, Teach a man to fish and he eats for the rest of his life"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeff Kavanagh View Post
    Are there any other die hards out there like myself who still love to use the older shotguns for waterfowling? Attachment 38920
    I'm still using my 870 wingmaster that I got 45 yrs ago for my 15th birthday, and it was used when I got it.

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    i got an Iver Johnson 12 gauge SxS i'd love to put steel through for ducks but i don't want to completely f*** it up

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    Quote Originally Posted by ben1983 View Post
    i got an Iver Johnson 12 gauge SxS i'd love to put steel through for ducks but i don't want to completely f*** it up
    You can use bismuth

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    Quote Originally Posted by pinepointer View Post
    Can you recommend a gunsmith to install thin wall chokes in older guns?
    A family member of mine did it in their shop.
    Krete

    Bills n' Thrills.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jaycee View Post
    Call Rick Lawry, he will let you know current price and time it takes, 905 765 3343.
    I had mine done several years ago, turn about time , and prices most likely have changed, I also had my 10 gauge done by them.
    Thanks for the lead and good luck this season

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