PhilFedUp Posted April 20 Share Posted April 20 My first shotgun was as 12 bore Silver Pigeon, bought new about 20 years ago. It's seen plenty of clays, and even hit some of them. Imagine my horror when I looked at it last Sunday to see that where the barrel tubes meet the monoblock there was a gap appearing about the thickness of a credit card. The barrel tubes are parting from the monoblock. I decided it was probably best to stop using it at that point. I consulted GMK and was informed that it's fixable, chargeable and needs to go back to Italy, taking 6-9 months, and the cost to me would be likely to be in the order of £700-£800. I was wondering if anyone else had seen this happen, and what happened next. 1 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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