“The Mortimer Double”

“Snapshot Saturday”

A 12-gauge Mortimer double barrel muzzleloading shotgun.

Tales of mule-drawn wagons, a cotton plantation in the Old South, disciplined pointing dogs and abundant bobwhite quail surrounded the breakfast fire. The Mortimer 12-gauge side-by-side slipped from its case and went hand-to-hand around the circle. It came to rest on a plank table as James Moss’ epic stories of rumbling wing-beats from a flushing covey continued…

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One Response to “The Mortimer Double”

  1. Rancocas says:

    Absolutely love doubles.
    Maybe a few words on shot snakes/bags, and safely loading a side by side would be appropriate.

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