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A Gathering of Old Men is a novel by Ernest J. Gaines published in 1983.
Set on a 1970s Louisiana cane farm, the novel addresses racial discrimination and a bond that cannot be usurped.
So I have this older single shot shotgun.
It is not marked as to maker , gauge or chamber length.
It is marked :
"Nitro Hunter" on the left hand side of the receiver...
"Belknap Hardware & MFG. CO. on the right side of the receiver...
"Reinforced Breech" and "Choke Bored" on the barrel near...
I have a 1955 Sauer sxs that I want to clean up. Should receiver end up shiny like shown at the red arrow on first pic or flat like 2nd pic?
Pretty much totally new to these guns and just trying to figure out how much to clean/polish. This gun is far from one to totally restore, it's just a...
My stepdad gave me this old shotgun barrel and action to take pics of and try to find out what it is. He picked it up at a yard sale years ago for a couple bucks and has no idea what it is. I have no idea what it is, but figured somebody here could probably figure it out.
I have a Springfield arms company side by side 12 gauge that I'm trying to restore. It needs some new parts but I'm not sure what model it is. Some other forums are saying 5100 311 or 315. The serial # begins with a (T) if that helps. Please let me know if you have any idea that would be great...