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Morrone shotgun

Discussion in 'Want to Buy/Trade Threads' started by Jim Veta, Jul 16, 2012.

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  1. Jim Veta

    Jim Veta Member

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    Anyone know of an American made O/U from the 1950's called a Morrone? I am curious about this gun. I read a little bit about it in Double Gun Journal. I have never seen an example of it. Just curious about a gun I know nothing about. Thanks.
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    The correct spelling is MORON and he called the shotgun his "Whoop-Ass Gun."

    -Gary :p
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    Jim-- the Morrone shotgun was a low cost O/U that looked similar to a Marlin 90. Made in CT around 49-51, they only sold a few hundred of them , mostly 12's with a few 20ga. I've seen about 10 of them over the years, but none recently. check out an early 50's Stoeger catalog if you can. They all had non-selective single triggers and I've seen a few with straight grip stocks.
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    Here is the Stoeger's ad showing one.
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