Falling block doubles

Discussion in 'Double Rifles' started by Kevin Peacocke, Jun 25, 2020.

  1. Chukar

    Chukar AH Veteran

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    Because the interwebs knows that you are a bad, bad man and have given divisive opinion of General Mattis.

    You have forsaken St. Mattis and for that I am so sorry....:)

    If the above didn't come off as sarcastic, please forgive me. As an 0311 I do worship on the faith of A.M. Grey and James Mattis

    Someday, hopefully; in the near future, I would like to place am order with Mr. Bradshaw. Very beautiful looking rifles.

    For my interest, something more subdued. Not in the interest of cost, just personal preference.
     

  2. Kevin Peacocke

    Kevin Peacocke AH Veteran

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    Dear Mr Bradshaw, i am glad you persevered. I live in Africa, so acquiring one of your rifles will involve an approximate doubling of the price. Nevertheless, as an engineer I appreciate the principle over the boxlock type where the closing force is 90 degrees displaced. I have experienced problems with an over under on the top barrel and head spacing extension. Anyway, nothing can distract from the joy of hunting!
     

  3. Red Leg

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    Fair enough. You are one of that tribe and worship should be a personal thing - however misguided. To prove my Army prejudices are not completely parochial, I will note that I was/am a huge fan of Walt Boomer. (y) I think he is the finest general officer that the Corps produced since the Second World War and the finest officer of any service commanding during the First Gulf War.
     
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  4. BeeMaa

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    @Red Leg
    Not sure why your pictures didn't show up.
    They are in the Video & Photo section.
    Maybe @BRICKBURN can give you an assist.

    Beautiful rifle.
     

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