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    I know they made the Folding series in all the normal gauges, I'd like to find some more good ones and maybe complete the series. I wouldn't shoot that 12 gauge though... these things are light and have no weight out front, they do kick pretty good.

    I just decided to get on a mission and start looking for some more of these models.

    Momma is gonna think I lost my danged mind.
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    The ultimate squirrel shooter for you skatter gun guys. 410 with a Red Dot.F71B6C40-E78D-4747-9A45-E476C261DD14.jpeg
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    sweet... combine that with a full-choke and load of 6's. STEW!!!!
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    That old H&R folder is sweet !
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    Nice lookin' heirloom and one to be proud of! Me personally, I'd just leave the gun,as is...looks to be in great shape and any marks made on it, were made by family and tell a story...it's parts of its character! The box on the other hand, could use a little help though. A little stripping, light sanding and a coat or two of stain/oil and some new hardware would spiff it up! But then again, that's MY opinion only...
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    The stock is a tad loose and I have no clue about how to tighten it. If I can get that fixed and the original butt plate put back on correctly with the right type of screw, I might stop there on the gun.


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