Good morning everyone.
I'm selling my 'fowling piece as the way my shooting has moved on means that I just don't need a dedicated gun for wildfowling anymore unfortunately. For those who want a lot of technical details, it's this gun here that was reviewed in Shooting Times in 2011: Yildiz Eleganta A3TM magnum shotgun review review - Shooting UK
It is pretty much in mint condition, and in fact the stock is a lot nicer than it was originally as I've worked on it with linseed oil. A little bit of Kentish foreshore mud in the forend checkering lends it some wildfowling cred.
I'd also add from a less tangible perspective that this gun is a proper 'fowling piece. It's very clearly the modern version of the old big bore shotguns. When you mount it, it has a certain heft, as if all the parts are just a bit larger than in a normal 12bore to handle those massive 3 1/2" BBs, which kick a bit. If you're heading out after wildfowl on 1st September this year, why not do it with a proper 'fowling piece?
Ah, also, I'd like £695 for it, and I will throw in three boxes of Remington 3" and 3 1/2" steel shot cartridges, which are worth something like £70. Comes in its' original box with a full set of multichokes, choke keys, manual, etc.
Any questions, please ask.
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