BAG Day Completion

Now, you are saying, “Alright, Evyl. Skip the labor pains and show me the baby already!” So, here she is:

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There’s just a touch of honest wear on the original wood…

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It is really an immaculate gun. With what I got for the money I paid, I would recommend Mustang Pawn and Gun to anybody who could legally buy here. I really love looking at the machining on these old guns. Check out the ejection port:

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And here she is taken down:

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Now, you say, “So, how’s she shoot, Evyl?” Oh reader… She shoots like a dream. Jennifer caught a magical photographic shot, between my first two shells put through the gun.

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You can actually see the first round hanging on the extractor claw, perpendicular to the gun, and the second shell in the tumbler about to chamber. I laid out two clays on the ground, and loaded the two shells in the magazine to shoot them. I didn’t think I’d hit both clays, but thought that I’d have to get used to the sight system. I was wrong. I rapid fired a string of ten shells into a stationary target. After that, I was cracking flying clays all afternoon with the old 1912. I. Love. This. Gun.

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