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  1. Shotgun ID & Value
    Hi everyone I am new to this forum as I just purchased, what I feel to be an amazing addition to my collection. I purchased a LC Smith Hunter Arms 20 gauge shotgun. I have been trying to research the age and model for f the gun. The serial number is 333286 and on the inside of the broken down...
  2. Classic Shotguns
    Just picked up this grade 3. Now the work begins to get it back to it’s original glory.
  3. Shotgun ID & Value
    I Have an LC Smith Field Grade 16 Gauge, Serial Number 1453XX (last two digits omitted). Would appreciate any information on the date of manufacture. Thanks!
  4. Bird Hunting
    Hey everyone, I picked up a 16 ga field grade Elsie last year and am looking to take it up to SD for pheasants this Fall. The gun was completely torn down and inspected by a reputable S/S smith, he did bed the stock head and there were no cracks that he noted. All I’ve shot out of it so far are...
  5. Shotgun ID & Value
    It is a trap grade double 12 gauge 32 inch barrel it is engraved serial number r. 80646 I'm looking to sell at local gun shop but wanted idea on what it's worth first. It's not refinished few Nick's in the stock but over all very good condition. Thanks
  6. Shotgun Gunsmithing & Restoration
    I've done a thorough search and can't find a discussion on my issue so here goes. I have an LC Smith/Hunter Arms "Fulton" 12Ga. circa 1932. It is a field grade, with a plain-Jane stock (no checkering), single trigger (not selectable), nothing special but for sentimental reasons I'd like to...
  7. Shotguns - General
    Hey everyone, I just picked up a post war 16 gauge Elsie (SN FWS; associated with the Marlin buyout of Hunter Arms post 1945) and I’m very eager to go shoot it. My excitement has been dampened a bit reading opinions on what loads to shoot out of older guns. What’s a bit confusing is that this...
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