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Sadly not but if you are looking for one Mickley  hall corporation has one advertised on Guntrader for £850 ,looks immaculate,it’s not advertised as a Waterfowl.I had one years ago but found the 30 inch more handleable.

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13 minutes ago, Smokersmith said:

Fair enough … I’ve been resisting that one for nearly a year now!!

I’ve also a 30” that gets used on occasional sim and higher bird days.

Yes it’s been listed for ages little expensive maybe?, as I have two of these I thought I would see if I could replace one with a nice 20 ga preferably an older Winchester just because I’ve never used a 20.

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On 07/05/2022 at 01:53, holloway said:

Ausgunner do you ever see any of these down there ? 101 Waterfowl came in 30 or 32 inch 3 inch chamber proofed to 4 tons multi choke ,fairly solid weighty old gun.This is one I rarely use nowadays.

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No not really, mainly pigeon grades, field grades and every now and then a grand european or diamond grade pop up, lovely gun

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On 08/05/2022 at 07:29, holloway said:

Sadly not but if you are looking for one Mickley  hall corporation has one advertised on Guntrader for £850 ,looks immaculate,it’s not advertised as a Waterfowl.I had one years ago but found the 30 inch more handleable.

That's where I bought my cheapie from..a nice lass by the name of Lara dealt with me... absolutely first class

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3 hours ago, tweedledee said:

That's where I bought my cheapie from..a nice lass by the name of Lara dealt with me... absolutely first class

When I started doing clay competitions I searched high and low for a 6500 30 inch m/c sporter ended up owning several from fixed choke ,32 inch down to 28 inch I never found anything to compare with there handling qualities the fixed choke 30 inch version was probably the best  you have found a proper bargain !

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15 minutes ago, holloway said:

When I started doing clay competitions I searched high and low for a 6500 30 inch m/c sporter ended up owning several from fixed choke ,32 inch down to 28 inch I never found anything to compare with there handling qualities the fixed choke 30 inch version was probably the best  you have found a proper bargain !

I also have a 6500 deluxe fixed choke 30" in the cabinet...it's an absolute peach in pretty much unfired condition....bought it at start of lockdown and still have yet to pull the trigger on it....

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45 minutes ago, tweedledee said:

I also have a 6500 deluxe fixed choke 30" in the cabinet...it's an absolute peach in pretty much unfired condition....bought it at start of lockdown and still have yet to pull the trigger on it....

As good as it gets in my opinion. , 

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On 10/05/2022 at 09:50, tweedledee said:

I also have a 6500 deluxe fixed choke 30" in the cabinet...it's an absolute peach in pretty much unfired condition....bought it at start of lockdown and still have yet to pull the trigger on it....

How have you got that gun so long,  and not fired a shot out of it, when I buy a gun, I have to shoot something ASAP  with it!!

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47 minutes ago, Krico woodcock said:

How have you got that gun so long,  and not fired a shot out of it, when I buy a gun, I have to shoot something ASAP  with it!!

Bought it as a keeper....I ll shoot the rough one I just bought..finding mint examples is nigh on impossible

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