Yes I would have loved to had one in a 20 ga , I thought about contacting their custom shop when there were producing the gold to see if I could get one in 20 , I never did .Sure don't see many, if any, Gold Labels. Too bad Ruger discontinued both the Red and Gold Labels. I always wondered why they never made the Gold Label in 20 ga. I would have thought it would have been a great seller.
ND I am sure lucky she is my dog for sure!!! , she was one of the best Britt.’s I have had out of 30 plus years of Britts . Miforester has a sister to her from the same breeding and she a dang fine dog too.What a fun day for you and Ginger. ND's season closed January 2 and we have been hit hard with Snow in the Minot area so my dogs are giving me the stink eye wondering why we aren't chasing roosters. It sure sounds like Ginger is one of those special dogs that every dog owner deserves to have the pleasure of owning in their lifetime. Good luck and hope you can make it out again before the season closes.
The BSS was always considered a poor man's Winchester 21. They are quailty sxs's but yes do carry alot of weight, i love my 12 ga bss.Seems kind of funny that American SxS's just never seemed to be able to stay in production. The Browning BSS, although not made in the US, was another excellent SxS. But it was on the heavy side.
Mike, We need to get the sisters together again for a hunt or two!ND I am sure lucky she is my dog for sure!!! , she was one of the best Britt.’s I have had out of 30 plus years of Britts . Miforester has a sister to her from the same breeding and she a dang fine dog too.
Tom I was just typing this when you responded.