Softest recoiling 20 gauge

Dean2

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I am very surprised no one has mentioned Mercury Recoil suppressors. I have put them into competition shotguns as well as heavy and sharp recoiling rifles like the 7 RUM that I don't want to have a brake on for hunting. They make a tremendous difference. Have one of these installed in the stock of your gun, a good Pachmeyer Decelerator or Limbsaver recoil pad, lengthen the forcing cones and port the barrel and your 12 gauge will shoot like at 410. Do those things to a good gas operated gun and you will have the softest recoiling gun you will be able to find, but even on an O/U it will make a huge difference..


 

jlostrander

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I have a Beretta gas gun, a 20 gauge. It is light weight, it doesn't seem to have much recoil.

I think it is close to having no recoil. however some folks have repaired shoulders and might need less. I think even with a reducer it would still be light weight. So, that might get it even closer to zero recoil and you still have the 20 gauge and could use one ounce duck loads.
 
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