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Old 06-09-2014, 8:21 AM
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I couldn't find any other galleries, so I'll start one.
I picked up this Mossberg 195 in Kansas last week.
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My grandfather left my dad a shotgun just like that in 20ga. Only problem was if you closed the bolt quickly the firing pin drops. It went off once in my hands ( luckily in the ground a few feet in front of me ) and twice it went off for a friend of mine. Since then it sits in the safe! Not sure if its a regular thing with that gun but I would use caution with who you hand it to, and never ever slap the bolt shut!!!
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That's a beautiful shotgun.
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I've got an old 1910's or 20's Mauser action that was converted to shoot 12g. Never shot it, scared to. Apparently they're not the least bit safe, but it's a cool crappy piece of history.
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My grandfather left my dad a shotgun just like that in 20ga. Only problem was if you closed the bolt quickly the firing pin drops. It went off once in my hands ( luckily in the ground a few feet in front of me ) and twice it went off for a friend of mine. Since then it sits in the safe! Not sure if its a regular thing with that gun but I would use caution with who you hand it to, and never ever slap the bolt shut!!!
My dad only destroyed 1 gun

It was a 20 gauge bolt gun. If bumped or dropped, the sear tripped and would fire.

He told me it was not worth selling as no one deserved a dangerous firearm.
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My dad has the same but in 20ga, my mom got it for him for his birthday few years ago. Nice gun
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I think Savage still produces some
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There's also the Browning A-bolt series.
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I couldn't find any other galleries, so I'll start one.
I picked up this Mossberg 195 in Kansas last week.
Love the twist choke. Brings back fond memories. Thank you for sharing and starting this thread.
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