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  • But lately Benelli has shifted into high gear and pulled ahead of everybody else on the planet for single-barrel repeaters.

    Winchester Super X3 12 gauge thoughts? comparisons?

  • Aged for 12 years, this is the latest of Four Roses's annual offering of its limited-edition single-barrel bourbon—the spirit in each of the 3,600 bottles comes from individual, cream-of-the-crop barrels rather than a blend of several different ones.

    Dad's Top Shelf

  • Aged for 12 years, this is the latest of Four Roses's annual offering of its limited-edition single-barrel bourbon—the spirit in each of the 3,600 bottles comes from individual, cream-of-the-crop barrels rather than a blend of several different ones.

    Dad's Top Shelf

  • But lately Benelli has shifted into high gear and pulled ahead of everybody else on the planet for single-barrel repeaters.

    Winchester Super X3 12 gauge thoughts? comparisons?

  • They were often called shotgun houses because theoretically a person could fire a single-barrel twenty-gauge through the front door and send a load of birdshot out the back without bruising a wall.

    The Glass Rainbow

  • They were often called shotgun houses because theoretically a person could fire a single-barrel twenty-gauge through the front door and send a load of birdshot out the back without bruising a wall.

    The Glass Rainbow

  • Meanwhile the volunteers—they were all starting to call themselves “rangers”—were shivering in the icy darkness, loading and priming their old single-barrel, muzzle-loading muskets, waiting for daybreak.

    EMPIRE OF THE SUMMER MOON

  • They were often called shotgun houses because theoretically a person could fire a single-barrel twenty-gauge through the front door and send a load of birdshot out the back without bruising a wall.

    The Glass Rainbow

  • He told one interviewer that he made his first designs in 1873, but did not have time to test them for a decade.17 In a third version, he said his interest reached to 1854 when his father conceived of a hand-cranked, single-barrel machine gun.

    The Gun

  • They were often called shotgun houses because theoretically a person could fire a single-barrel twenty-gauge through the front door and send a load of birdshot out the back without bruising a wall.

    The Glass Rainbow

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