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#1 Spirithawk

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Posted 24 February 2009 - 12:02 PM

This was a gift from my brother-in-law. Pic doesn't do it justice. It's a beautiful old gun. It's an AYA doubble barrel 12 ga. Similar to the AYA Matador but this is a very early AYA shotgun. Never been able to find out the model. It's very well made, and a very exspensive gift, but the sentimental value far out weighs the monetary value. This was the first gun I ever hunted with and my brother-in-law taught me a lot about hunting. He had a stroke a few years back and can no longer hunt and I dearly miss hunting with him. He still goes out with me, when up to it, but he can no longer hold a gun. Next to Jason, he was my best hunting buddy. I offered to buy it off of him but he said no, he wanted to give it to me. I treasure it greatly and will hand it down to Jason in due time.

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Posted 24 February 2009 - 05:40 PM

Very Very nice gun my friend. I have a couple of gift guns that are as much sentimental value as monetary too.

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Posted 24 February 2009 - 06:39 PM

Very Very nice gun my friend. I have a couple of gift guns that are as much sentimental value as monetary too.


Thanks paul. I knew you could relate. Funny how us old U.S.A.F. vets have so much in common. :D




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