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AyA Yeoman sbs

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    It all depends on the specific gun you are looking at .

    AyA's in general are decently made guns but a lot , as with all else , depends on age , usage and the amount of abuse it has had in its life time .

    I have seen 20 year old Yeomans that look like new and others a few years old that look awful .

    There are several Spanish boxlocks , Yeoman , Ugartachea , " Master" that are all solid and will last , but look for a good one with as much original finish as possible . One that does not rattle like bag of spanners and closes up with out sounding like a farm gate . 

     

    Edited by Gunman

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    hello, how much you looking to spend on a yeoman ? on gun trader from £200 to £1000 plus, i have something you might be interested in, will send a PM 

    Edited by oldypigeonpopper

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    Good solid guns from one of the best Spanish makers.  Nothing pretty and there intended as working guns but reliable. Where are you? if you PM me I know an RFD thats got a couple in stock at good prices.

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    Excellent guns, I have a slightly different model , has a semi pistol grip and beaver tail fore end, shot all sorts with it from Canada’s to woodcock.

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    Good sound guns, and not expensive with loads to choose from.  Note that there are ejector models, but most are non ejectors.  As far as I know all started life with half choke in right barrel, full in left barrel, but may have been opened out since, so check.  Wood is usually plain.

    There is also a Yeoman o/u model

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