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You should have seen it in color, Rem Model 32

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by acss, Jul 12, 2009.

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  1. acss

    acss Well-Known Member Supporting Vendor

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    i still wud like to!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
     
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    Try this
     
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    I at last got my pic to post. It will work from shotgunworld but not snapfish or shutterfly. This is a pic of my Uncle in the early 40's. My Grandfather shot this Rem Model 32 TC great but traded it after a slump (have you been there?)I often wish my family could have this gun back and when I hear that country song, You should have seen it in color, I think of this pic. Times were tough but you can see the smile of youth in this pic after a great depression and before WWII. My Uncle is now 70 years old and I bet somebody is still shooting this Model 32.
    Doug Allison
     
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    Doug, Do you know the serial number of the gun? Todd
     
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    Todd, I wish I did. We do know it was a TC and had 30" bbl choked F/M. It ended up as a trade in at Lee's Trading post in Upper Sandusky, Ohio. I have owned one 32 TC and I too traded it and shouldn't have. My wife claims that I try to bring my family members back from the dead by collecting guns that they owned over the years.
    Doug Allison
     
  6. brantman

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    had one 1936 model year. traded it in on a kx-5. wish I still had it
     
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    brant, you didn't trade at Jaquas Fine Guns did you? That is where I picked mine up at about two years ago.
    Doug Allison
     
  8. D.G.Kaufman

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    Original Remington Model 32... Circa 1939... "Skeet" in F Grade...


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    Don Kaufman
     
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    Don, very nice
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  10. Trapshooter

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    I have a model 32 TC with 32" barrels and 26" skeet barrels. My father had a model 32 skeet 4 barrel set that was F grade. It had a lot of gold inlays on the receiver. I saw it a couple years back in Michigan. Todd
     
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    Trapshooter, are both bbls numbered to the gun?

    Doug Allison
     
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    Doug, The 32" barrels are serialed to the gun. Skeet barrels appear to be Simmons. I bought the gun because the 32 my dad had was the first shotgun I had ever shot. My Dad had Bill Jaqua find a buyer for the gun in the mid 70's because it was a big dollar gun back then.
     
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