Extractors.

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Some Ring Extractors Ranging from .410 through to 10 Gauge.

20 gauge & 14 Gauge extractors.

French & English pinfire extractors in 10 & 16 gauge.

Ward & Sons 16 gauge extractor & Roper Son & Co spring extractor.

Some 12 & 20 gauge whistle extractors.

G. & J.W. Hawksley, 12 & 16 gauge extractors.

Thomas Bland & Sons, 12 & 16 gauge extractors.

James dixon & Sons, 12 & 16 gauge extractors.

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Knife Extractor. 12 / 16 Gauge.

English 16 & 12 gauge extractors.

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8 thoughts on “Extractors.

    • Hi John. I take it you are a whistle collector. I have had a look at your facebook page and the whistles look great. apart from the Whistle/extractors, I have a whistle around here which I found whilst metal detecting. It is in poor condition, but I will find it in the next day or so and put a photo of it in my metal detecting finds under the heading “General Finds”.
      Cheers Ray Hambo.

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      • Id love to see what you have found. I also have a other Hunting type dog novelty whistles. 1870s T.Yates pewter whistles one in the form of a duck and a few dog heads and a mid 1800s J.Dixon ivory dog head whistle. I Didnt realize this was an Aussie site.

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