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    Supreme Member Afzaal's Avatar
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    Look at the carving
    Even wood work is most costly than price paid for whole shotgun.
    Turkiye rocks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Afzaal View Post
    Look at the carving
    Even wood work is most costly than price paid for whole shotgun.
    Turkiye rocks.
    Can't agree more. Well said
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    Quote Originally Posted by Khalil View Post
    Purchased by my friend last week, rs. 33,000/- from majeed sons peshawar.
    I just looked them up on Facebook. That is a beautiful shotgun.
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    Small purchase. A third magazine for my Star Lancer .22
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    Quote Originally Posted by Khalil View Post
    More pics.
    Looks good. Whats the length of barrel on this one. Do you think they have more. Wish to buy one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chuubaba View Post
    Looks good. Whats the length of barrel on this one. Do you think they have more. Wish to buy one.
    This is 28 inch and Yes plenty of them/all the current stock is of the same length. I had purchased another 5 shot (simple with no carvings and walnut sock) for my uncle from Hashtnagri Market on just Rs.26,500 in January.

    But wait for a few days, (at least 4/5) as the border is now open and supply is on the way with plenty of choices. Peshawar will be more likely flooded with these Turkey made shotguns with guaranteed price drop of 1k to 3k (as per dealers suggestion). I personally do not suggest any dealer, you have an open choice, you can get better prices for comparison from diff. dealers all the way from G. T road Peshawar to Karkhano Market.
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    Thanks all......

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    They are reliable too. But their security models (short barrel) shotguns are more rugged with the capability of shooting slugs.

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    Bought this beauty for the coming season...........It's PCP airgun China made & very accurate .....Name:  IMG_20170320_084230_955.jpg
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    It is easier to Blame the gun than the man behind it......

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    congrats Umair i would like to see this one also share price etc

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    Quote Originally Posted by Khalil View Post
    Thanks all......

    MichaelZWilliamson
    They are reliable too. But their security models (short barrel) shotguns are more rugged with the capability of shooting slugs.
    I saw a Kral some time agk in karachi. it was 60k plus
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    Got in a Sig 250, traded for a set of my books, autographed:





    Recently got in a Steyr contract Dutch cavalry carbine:







    My girlfriend acquired this 16 gauge Belgian hammered double, with damascus barrels:







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    Quote Originally Posted by ajmal virk View Post
    congrats Umair i would like to see this one also share price etc
    Thanks Bhai....Sure Ajmal Bhai will soon share its target shooting result.........rest of the details will share on email.
    It is easier to Blame the gun than the man behind it......

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    A sig in lieu of autographed books. It must be great being a celebrity MichaelZWilliamson.

    Here that weapons goes well into the Thousands of $$
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    The Sig lists for about $750 new. That one is slightly used. A full set of my books is about $400. We were both happy with the exchange.

    Now I have to find 6.5X53mm rimmed ammo for the Dutch carbine.
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    As far as Turkish shotguns, Huglu makes beautiful doubles and reliable pumps/autos.
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