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Unread 02-20-2010, 07:42 PM
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Shotgun Styles

How many different styles of shotguns do you own?
What are they,and why did you choose it?
1)CZ O/U .12 ga 28'' pipes-Needed an ''uppity'' gun for trap and chucker-Love it!
2)CZ 712 .12 ga 27'' bbl- wanted a 3 1/2'' autoloader for big fowl and turkey.
3)Rem 870 .12 ga 25'' bbl-swings easy out of a blind, and ALWAYS RELIABLE.
4)H&R .12 ga single shot- needed one to keep in the pickup calving out cows.
5)Stevens .12 ga side-x-side(just traded to for Win.94 30-30) Need another Side-x-Side cause thats how God intended Shotguns, but will prob opt for a brand with more ''quality'', but loved how it shot and having 2 triggers!
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    Unread 02-21-2010, 01:32 AM
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    Re: Shotgun Styles

    Remington M870 Marine Magnum 12 gauge, 18" barrel, pump action, 6 rounds. Home protection and fun to shoot.

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    Re: Shotgun Styles

    I have owned almost every type and brand and I have settled for two basic types.

    Over and under and semi auto's for these reasons.

    The over&under has a great feel and sighting plain, It is the safest because it can be carried
    open to show it is safe and I can change shell sizes quickly and quietly for different types of
    game in the field. I prefer 2&3/4 or 3" shells for the over & under.

    Next is the semi auto's for the big loads of steel or lead . they have manageable recoil levels
    when shooting 2&1/4 oz turkey loads or the biggest steel shot loads for geese. and quick
    follow up shots if needed.

    I love the look and feel of the side by sides but the aim point doesn't work for me.

    The pumps are probably the most dependable repeater shotguns but I never could get use to
    working the slide fast enough and the recoil is strong with the heaviest 3&1/2" loads and is
    slow to regain a new sight picture (Follow up shot).

    There is nothing wrong with the other types of shot guns this is just MY preference just like
    the brands.

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    Re: Shotgun Styles

    1. Browning Citori 12ga for Sporting Clays
    2. Stevens 16ga Side by Side Upland
    3. Browning BPS 12ga Goose and Duck
    4. Mossberg 500 Bantam 20ga Mine when I firste started shooting (saving for future kids)
    5. Remington 1100 12ga Converting to Tactical
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    Re: Shotgun Styles

    Browning Citori 12 Ga.
    Beretta FP1201 - 18 inch barrel, pistol grip, tritium sights, extended mag 12 Ga. home defense
    Winchester Mod. 50 1 aluminum receiver and 1 steel 12 Ga.
    Winchester Mod. 59 12 Ga.
    Winchester Mod. 12 12 Ga. Nickle Steel
    Winchester Mod. 1200 20 Ga.
    Remington 870 SuperMag Turky 12 Ga. extended forcing cone-Kicks choke
    H&R 20 Ga. 3 inch Youth

    I have several others I want including a BSS and a Red Label but I can't justify it with all of these lying around.

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    Re: Shotgun Styles

    Winchester Mod. 12, 12 gauge 28" full choke
    Winchester Mod. 12, 16 gauge 26" Improved cylinder
    Winchester Mod. 12, 20 gauge 26" full choke
    Winchester Mod. 12, 28 gauge 26" Modified choke
    Winchester Mod. 42, 410 gauge 26" Full choke
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    Re: Shotgun Styles

    Remington 870 Super Mag Turkey Hunting
    870 20Ga Quail
    870 Wingmaster with 18 1/2" Barrel HD
    11 87 Super Mag Ducks & Geese
    12, 20 & 410 H&R 158 Topper Single Barrel
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