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EASTMAN KODAK COMPANY
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Disassembled 12ga. Coach Gun by UrbanSniper Disassembled 12ga. Coach Gun by UrbanSniper
A disassembled view of my 12ga. Norinco double barrel coach gun. Easy to bring along on the road, I once carried it to Myrtle Beach broken down behind the seat of my truck within easy reach, it only takes a couple of seconds to assemble if you practice at it. This gun has to be just long enough to be legal in terms of shotguns.

I took these a good while back, on my old camera, relegated to backup status currently, so that's why the quality isn't as good as my more recent images. I think these were taken about three and a half years ago, and I just found them again last night.
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major-azrael99 Feb 23, 2013  Hobbyist Photographer
WANT

now need a leather scabbard
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:iconurbansniper:
hehe, it's not a bad gun.

that would be fitting for it
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AlliKrait Sep 1, 2011  Student Photographer
I love side by sides. They're lots of fun. I was never sure what brand mine was but it had LIG on the barrels.

(I named it "Capstick" after the writer)
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:iconurbansniper:
I'm not familiar with what it might be. I enjoy mine quite a bit; makes a great little gun to carry around when going up on the hill out back
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AlliKrait Sep 2, 2011  Student Photographer
Yeah the only thing I didn't like about mine was that the extractors didn't work as well as they might have and the cokes were full and 3/4 when I would have liked them to be more open so I could have put slugs though it.
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:iconurbansniper:
This one can take slugs, but I've never fired any out of it; usually keep some magnum 00-buckshot on hand.
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AlliKrait Sep 14, 2011  Student Photographer
I used that stuff too. It's great for ripping cans apart. Friend of mine used some to take a goose.
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:iconajplummer23:
Is the stock one solid piece of wood?
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