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Unread 11-28-2021, 10:41 AM   #1
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Default Crane with my DEO

Sitting at a pivot right now. Just took my 1st Crane. 2 to go
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Will that be made into a mount?
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Whatever you do don't let that breast meat get away!
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Unfortunately Im about out of wall space. Still need to add my Mearns quail and Bobcat.
I need to settle on a great meal memory. The breasts truly are the best. Grilled rare it is great.
Maybe I could fo a head mount
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Phil - did that turkey really have five beards??





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I would like to hear a little more about that Remington, gauge, weight, barrel length etc. It looks to be a beaut, is the stock original, if not who did the work?
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From one pivot sitter to another ........ well done.
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No more birds today. As it always seems to happens. As soon as I packed up the decoys. Two birds dropped into the field and spooked because I am standing in the open holding my bag. One last day tomorrow.
Dean the beards are from 5 different birds. The short one in the middle was hanging lower previously and Milo my cat chewed off about 5 inches. Two Merriam's , 2 Goulds, and one Osceola.
My DEO was restocked with Turkish walnut, and restored by our own Chris Dawe. It sports 30 inch barrels with 2 7/8” factory marked chambers. Engraving has Woodcocks and Ducks on the sides.
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A few pictures of the birds on this gun. Please tap picture for best resolution.
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Nice bird, nice gun. Chris Dawe can really do up gun.
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