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Speaking of some OLD farts...

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by Slugo, May 7, 2013.

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  1. Slugo

    Slugo Member

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    one designed by the old master, the other by his talented son. No gas actions here!!

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  2. Shooting Jack

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    Never liked the A5's so got rid of all five of them. Kept a Model 11 Rem just for heck of it. Love my double auto's. The first one I owned I shot skeet with it the day I got it and shot a 96, so naturally that gun is going no where. I watch for them where ever I go as I would like to add a couple to have for my sons. Jackie B.
     
  3. The Stive

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    Well I like the A5. I have four of them. Two 12, a sweet 16, and a light 20.
    I enjoy them all. John
     
  4. timberfaller

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    A5's are one of Brownings Best! Still have my Dads two Belgians a 12 and 20.

    My kids will wind up with them, I don't know about my Grandkids, with the liberal Democrats screwing things up.
     
  5. Catpower

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    I love A5's
     
  6. Slugo

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    IMO the Double Auto is tuff to beat! The A5 more of a classic. Shooting an A5 reminds me of firing up a steam generating plant!!
     
  7. Dbl Auto

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    The curves and lines of the Double Auto are like that of a classic beauty.
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  8. Shooting Jack

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    That's two beauty's Dbl Auto. Jackie B.
     
  9. Slugo

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    the greenie is my favorite!! If I ever find one..........
     
  10. snglfoot

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    Jack, I have a model 11, all orginal, a 1915 with all matching numbers. Never had a A-5, but would probly like it too.

    Norman
     
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