With that below is the "Trifecta"
|New England Firearms Pardner Top Break 12 Gauge.|
|Amadeo Rossi S.A. The Squire, Imported by Interarms 12 Gauge s/s|
|Sears Ranger 102.35 Actually a Savage Model 29a Take-down Pump Action .22 s,l or lr|
I finally got my S/S, and it wasn't one of those short barrel imports that has very bad ergonomics which makes shooting painful. I had to do a lot of cleaning to this "Squire" and there are a few rust spots that will need further attention. But for what I paid for it, I'm happy.
Now I need to get the Ranger and the NEF cleaned up so they match their newest sibling. I'm going to have bunch of fun hand rubbing those stocks, and cleaning up the bluing as much as I can.
And while I own some EBR's I don't really enjoy shooting them as much as I enjoy shooting these old fashioned ones. However I LOVE hitting the bullseye at several hundred yards with those EBR's. But for just pure fun shooting, I like these old guns.
I'd add a picture of my .50 cal muzzle loader, but it's Rynite stock clashes with the wood stocks of these.