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all stocks except for the Czech pellet gun were carved by my great-grandfather in his early teen years


Hand carved by my great-grandfather in his early teen years.




My old Czech pellet gun.


Model 83 again


The fact that he carved them in his early teen years probably explains why he chose to burn in his name right in the middle of the stock haha.


My 1970 Winchester model 1200. 30" fixed full barrel - my primary trap gun.

Mossberg 835 with cantilever barrel and 28" barrel. Born in 1993 and still kickin' with no problems at all. Gotta love Mossy.

Edit: more pics added.
 

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Thanks guys! The one with the dark wood is a real treat to shoot. The trigger is so far forward, your arm needs to be fully extended to reach it. It's really quite different. They're all fun to shoot though since they're great pieces of family history.
 
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