Bryan Hendricks, who writes arkansas.com’s Arkansas Sportsman column is fielding questions about the escapees. Guns he once owned and now, for whatever reason, doesn’t. In this case, a 1940 vintage Browning humpback.
The most remarkable gun I ever had was a Grade III Browning Auto-5 Light 12. I found it at Gene Sears gun shop in El Reno, Okla., in 1999. It had a solid gold FN (Fabrique Nationale) inlay at the back of the hump, and it was hand engraved with a 26-inch, improved cylinder barrel. It was in the box and had never been assembled.
That’s one I just might give up a body part for.
Most of us have had t0 let a firearm (or four) go for one reason or another. The need for food, clothing, and shelter can be demanding that way. Is there one gun you’ve let go of that you’d really like to have back?