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Matt D

The ultamite upland shot gun

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My wife and I went to Spearficsh SD for a few days, while visiting a museum in Pierre SD saw a 14ga side by side, thought the sign was a mistake until I did a little research. Sure enough, there were 14ga’s.

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How about a Winchester Model 59 in 14 guage? It's a three shot semi-auto made back in the 1960's. They are collectors items although their are a few online companies that can provide reloading supples and empty cases.

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14, 18, and 11 gauge rounds are the rarest of all the shells for a shotgun. If you have any of these gauges, you probably produce your own shells (i.e., you have the appropriate reloading equipment).

 

--Spike

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A blonde and a brunette are walking down the street when the brunette says, "Look, a dead bird!" So the blonde looks up! LOL..

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A blonde and a brunette are walking down the street when the brunette says, "Look, a dead bird!" So the blonde looks up! LOL..

 

 

^^ :confused: WT_?

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