A buddy of mine deals in the Purdy shotguns from London. They are very proud of them. In the video when he opened the Shotgun the ejectors didn’t move, probably requires firing. I shoot just as well with my Browning as I did with a $200k Purdy... Piss poor.I was bird hunting in England in September and asked the guy that owned the land why all his shotguns came in pairs. It was so he could shoot 2 shots out of 1 and swap with the loader. Seems crazy to us Americans but that is the traditional way of doing it over there.
one of the guns I used had ejectors and one did not.
they don’t leave hulls on the ground like we do in America and most of the shells I saw were paper.
the guns are also very expensive. I was using one of his 16 gauge over unders and asked him what it cost. He said not very much just $18,000 per gun. He said a pair of nice guns started at 200,000