Red October: +Don Sootch DO YOU STILL OWN THIS GUN, WHAT DO YOU THINK THE VALUE IS FOR
A WELL MAINTED ONE? 400, 450, 500? THANKS
Red October: I'm looking to by this very shotgun, ad for $450.00 is that about right? Or
should it be for less?
Dirk Diggler: Thanks a bunch Sootch. Im a fan of these fox series shotguns. Are you
deleting your replys in the comment section? I have my dads fox b series
but its a chrome barrel and has a modified barrel and full. Was that ever a
special order option? Also what would the value be. Im very sentimental to
my guns but like to know their value. More like fun facts or history behind
wanastunt: have scootch, I just picked one up, and it's my first double barrel. How do
I field strip? I when i went to remove the fore grip it sounded like it was
crack (after I removed the screw) any tips?
Aaron Flanagan: I found one with 2 3/4inch too. No engraving on bottom & no plastic cap on
the bottom of pistol grip. Trying to find out more about it.
james elmore: just picked up one to day love it already!! i think mine is a 40s era
i fell in love with it 1st sight got it for a dang good deal! thanks for
the vid !!
ontime1969: Very cool thanks for giving some SxS love. I have a savage/stevens model
311A. Its not pretty but was the work horse of my grand parents farm. I am
honored to have it and its a good shooter but only once a year for love. I
am the third generation with my SxS and will pass it on to my grandchild
TheProfessor Fate: A junk gun, but priced like it.
Paul K: Good video, but I don't think the Model B is chambered for 3" rounds. Mine
is a 12ga. & is chambered for 2 3/4".
LMO MechTech: Missed this one...thanks sootch!
Wesley Martin: hey I found one of these at a pawn shop here in my town, single trigger
though (which I prefer) and fell in love with it immediately and they are
asking $795 is this a good price or am I about to get screwed? (I was going
to try and see if I can whittle him down to about $500 if possible)
Mossy500A: I just bought a Springfield double barrel, in 12 gauge. They were bought by
Stevens in the early 20th Century. It looks similar to the Fox model. Cool
Jacob Miller: Is that a 12 Gauge?
DamageControl1302: Why does this guy look so pissed when he's shooting the thing?
mpalestini: I apologize in advance but I own a model B from the 60s and it has ejectors
not extractors like your demonstrated towards the end of the movie. Is that
because you removed the springs or is that particular gun an extractor?
360steven: good video sootch keep up the good work
madgamer099: Scream like a piggy.
TDF090779: nice shotgun,I can't believe the smoke at the end that was cool.
manxdude1: hi sootch,another great vid man keep good work up,all best from uk
James Blanc: What's the shortest barrel you can get for the Fox Model B?
1995mrpalmer: my gpa has a fox mod B series F how much is that worth wo uld u say
jakeblues1295: The first gun I ever shot was a Fox Model B.
tird108: one reason i like shotguns is cause im right handed but i shoot left but im
perpendicular when it comes to guns but i mostly shoot lefty for some
reason but shotguns have allways been my favorite they have tons of
different types of ammo and they way i see guns is that there not weapons
its just another tool for hunting.
ArtisanTony: Nothing says "leave me alone" like a double barrel shotgun :)
TheHiddenPart: It's nice to have an insight on a classic US take about shotguns. I'm
writing from a Country wich became famous for its artisans and gunmakers, I
don't know much about the American way, though.
BlueCollarSurvival: @xboxrulez12 even then I bet you have to get a permit and pay a tax, yes?
Patriot36: Very nice job Sootch. I really appreciated the history lesson as well bud.
Thanks for highlighting this fantastic "Oldie!"
smartacus88: freak you, troll.
homertalk: You should do a video on ammunition.
Boromonkey: These are also good for defending your still from those damned revenuers.
mattinmo: my dad has the exact same shotgun
pokefreak001: @killa9599 hell yes
WheeledShooter94: My grandfather was given a fox 16 gauge before heading off to Korea in the
50's. It has been used and loved by my father, and I consider it a family
heirloom. It was ued so much that the stock broke several years ago, which
has since been fixed. Very nice, and rugged gun
tripwire1000: THE FIRST GUN TO TAME THE WEST
peshewa0529: I just finished replacing all the internal parts on my Savage Fox Model B-D
in 20 Gauge. I'm not an expert but if you need some advice on replacing
them I can help you. The most difficult was installing the hammers. The
rest is easy but tedious. I had only found two good articles on replacing
Joseph Wylie: we've got the exact gun, can wait till it gets passed down to me! thanks
for the review of the gun!
gercekcommander: in turkey owning a hunting rifle is just a dream licence is 2000 dollars
rilfe is 6000 dollars 200 bullets are 600 dollars and the scope's price is
nearly as rifle's price
cigarjohn42: Still has good bluing on the barrel and action. Some areas the blue came
off. Checkering on stock is perfect. Lots of depth and detail. I'll
probably do some light sanding and reblue all the metal. Also would like to
light sand the stock and either stain it or rub it out. I don't know what
choke it is. I plan on using it for rabbit, pheasant and gouse. Can you
recommend me a good load for the game I'm using it for? Thanks and you have
my sympathy on your grandfathers hunting accident.
BlueCollarSurvival: Savage makes a decent side by side..I saw one in the shop for 400
new...side by sides are good because you can leave them loaded, and not
worry about springs getting weak. Also easy to clean..requires no real
iu mien: Twin Shotgun
johndeere471: i have a 20 over and a 22 under old gun, i love it, good combo for rabbits,
or big game
datguy781: Saw a fox at a pawn shop I frequent was priced at about $700 , looked it up
realized they are suppose to be worth more. Right before purchasing it the
owner and associate of mine advised me that one was cut down and value
compromised. Fortunatly I didn't buy it. You've got a nice shotgun take
care of it.
Thomas Roell: I have a older model but it does have the auto safety but none of the
markings on the barrel. It is a 20 ga double. Does this mean it is a "A"
model? Can you tell me how to determine this?
carelscompanys1: Like the vid a good looking gun. Bit our republic is no more with NDAA look
it up. Tune in to I n f o w a r s dot c o m To hear more!
peshewa0529: I have a Savage Fox Model BST B-D, w/ 26" Vent Rib bbls, dbbl triggers in
20 Gauge. Mine has a wood stock and forearm. It is an excellent quail or
grouse gun and I love to hunt with it. I'm in the process of replacing all
the internal parts.
SgtBooker44: @ArtisanTony Amen brother
deerhunter1495: Nice shotgun.I wish more people these days would have guns like this,and
less tactical firearms.
big rico: I fond one cheap price but it need to be clean up real old my friend fond
peshewa0529: The best article is from Dennis A. Wood it is called " Inexpensive Fixes
For Savage/Stevens 311's found at gun reports. I purchased my parts from
Numrich Gun Parts Numrich has a drawing for each model of Savage Fox Model
B's. I replaced everything excluding the sears because they did not have
schnips074: My local gun store has one of these listed on their website for $300.
Depending on the condition I just might have to buy it.