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#503036 01/26/18 01:25 AM
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I sent you a couple of pm's. Guess you've been busy. Did your move go well?
Were you ever able to lay your hands on those Herman Heiser cases?

"Bob, Herman Heiser made those. Good luck finding them for a reasonable price. I have a couple that I would sell for about $400 each.
They are unbelievable cases that will never be made again."

Awaiting your reply.
Happy New year,
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Doesn't look to promising regarding a Herman Heiser take-down case.

I hope you have better luck on that Purdey case you're interested in than I have had on these H.Heiser's.

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I will root around some more.

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Thank you for your response.
I would very much like one if you'll part with it and if it doesn't work out, just let me know.

My Fox, worthy of a H.H. case

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Are they Leg O'Mutton or flat cases?


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Originally Posted By: Recoil Rob
Are they Leg O'Mutton or flat cases?


Here are a couple;
Heiser
http://www.gunsinternational.com/guns-fo...un_id=100978972

AH Hardy
http://www.gunsinternational.com/guns-fo...un_id=100978979

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Both nice cases, thank you.


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Hi Bob
I have a Heiser leather leg of mutton case for a two barrel set---very nicely tooled---came with a Model 21 I bought a few years ago---case is in exceptional condition. I had not heard of them at that time but I now realize their great quality and collectability.
Mine is marked " H H Heiser, Maker, Denver, Colorado" and under this is marked 745 and under that the number 3. Any idea when it was made---my guess is before WW 11. The M21 was made in 1956 so maybe the case was made for the gun, and maybe not. Is a tooled case uncommon? I presume the 745 is a model number but what does the 3 stand for?
I see that the Heiser company still exists but I doubt that they make gun cases any more.
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Check out ebay #282830457827, have a Redhead like this that is 35" long and set up for 2 barrels.


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Looking for this



PL kindly pointed out 2 but the one that I'd consider is not only expensive but will soon need repair.
C'mon eightbore, I'm "root"ing for you!

I'm also not sure in which part of the satchel case you carry the two concrete slabs??

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