Check out Double TT British labs out of Kansas. I have a 14 month female that I use for upland bird hunting. She has an exceptional nose, retrieves all birds to hand and is a great house dog and companion.
I am a solo hunter who is looking for a little help/information to get started next fall (2021) hunting Chuckars and Huns. Will be traveling from Colorado with my dogs. Not looking for your hotspots but someone to point me in right direction with respect to public land access. Any help would be...
Looking to buy an older sweet sixteen, 26-28 inch barrel length, in decent shape, in the 7 lb. range. Just looking for a shooter that is functionally sound with no major issues. Let me know what you have. Tom Massaro
Thanks for info on the A5. As far as the Franchi it has been a good gun for me. Less than 6 lb. and it's my go to gun for sharpies. The stock wood is pretty plain but when I slide it under a barb wire fence it works for me. For me it's a good working gun and I have not had any problems.
One more quick question. Is there a particular year or range of years that is preferred on the Sweet 16. I have a Franchi SL in 16 guage that I really like for longer stints in the field but I keep looking at the A5.