- August 20, 2016 at 8:43 pm #29602Rattlesnake CharlieParticipant
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Fox Sterlingworth. 12 ga. 32″ barrels. Not a “graded” gun, but nice. I love classic doubles. Took it to the trap range last weekend. 23 out of 25. I’ll keep it. The original plan was to cut it down for cowboy action shooting. I’ve now decided I can’t lay a hacksaw to that beauty. I hope to take a pheasant with it this fall back on the ole farm where I grew up.
- August 21, 2016 at 3:17 am #29606GoodsteelKeymaster
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She’s pretty as a picture, and I don’t blame you for staying the hacksaw. I’ve been having all kinds of fun with my 10 gauge double, and I find myself really wishing I had a Savage Fox 12 gauge SXS to take care of smaller fry.
Congratulations on your purchase and the new addition!!!
- August 21, 2016 at 6:25 am #29608RegParticipant
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Friend of my father’s ( flew together in WW-2 ) had a Sterlingworth 20 ga. One sweet little double if I ever saw one. Always wished I could have located it after he passed on. I am willing to bet your 12 is every bit as nice. To quote a truism, they don’t make em like that anymore.
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