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Side by side coach gun

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CLA
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Re: Side by side coach gun

Postby CLA » Thu Feb 15, 2018 4:52 pm

BrokenolMarine wrote:
Henry88 wrote:
BrokenolMarine wrote:Here are pics of the Coach Guns in my Collection:
First the Husqvarna... it doesn't look bad for a gun made in the late 1800s.


Is that the same company that makes the chainsaw?


As I noted in my original post... :D ... yup. These are those same folks. Way before they started making chainsaws, they were known for quality firearms. Some were engraved presentation grade hunting pieces. Others were everyday working pieces.


And motorcycles... the "Husky" in the 70's for off road was an icon on the Motocross race circuit with it's red gas tank and chrome "knee slapper" panels.

They also made bolt action rifles that sold under the S&W name as models A, B, C & D... beautiful rifles.
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Re: Side by side coach gun

Postby Squatch » Sat Feb 17, 2018 9:30 pm

That Stevens sure is purdy. I'd like to find one of those. I have a fondness for old Stevens.

There seems to be quite a few of the Husky shotguns at gun shows around here in the last couple of years. i haven't looked real close. I'm not a shotgunner really. But they've been common enough to notice.
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Re: Side by side coach gun

Postby steelersfan97 » Sun Feb 18, 2018 1:50 pm

Very nice Stevens.
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