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Discussion in 'General Firearms Forum' started by auto-5, Feb 3, 2012.
I didn't think so either.
You're joking, right?
I like my Auto-5, but I guess beauty is in the eye of the beholder. Any London Best is better looking than an A-5.
Most of them are, IMO. The hump on the A5 just doesn't do anything for me.
No. . . . it's MORE beautiful -
and. . . . . .
Beretta Silver Pigeon!!!!!!!
They're sure up at the top IMO. I love mine.
It's a classic-I have one from 1993 or so-haven't shot it for years, kicks like a mule and I'm getting to be an old man. But she is beautiful.
Stoeger is making a new polished stainless sxs coach. It looks very cool/nice.
Yes. Lot's of them.
A beautiful piece of work no doubt.
Sorry, never cared for the "hump". Now, a nice Citori or B-25...hell yeah!
I really like my one owner 1955 Auto 5, but my Kreghoff K-80 with Super Scroll wood is best looking girl in my safe.
The Remington Model 11 is as nice.
Of course it's basically the same gun.
IIRC I think a couple other companies made shotguns based on this Browning design as well. Can't recall who they were off hand, think maybe Savage was one of em' but I'm not sure.
yep the savage 720. If you have one I will buy it.
LOL, I just know way too much about guns.
I do like Browning firearms very much, the beauty and polish is hard for me to resist... The old Browning high wall rifles are just a masterpiece too IMO, but to be honest any quality firearms strikes an emotion of lust for me... Me looking at nice firearms is like looking at a well rounded set of lumps and a juicy hump, it's hard to not like them for what they are -- even if they're not top $$ and for the aristocrat ...
I have a Rem 1100 made in 73'. I think it's a grade I as it has scrolling engraved on the reciever. High gloss finish on walnut stocks and bluing so deep it's black. It is beautiful...even though it's not Italian!
I like the smoother lines of the Ithaca and the excellent trigger... oops, still a Browning design.