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Old 01-22-2014, 09:40 PM   #11
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just google'd and its pretty cool looking...might have a hard time finding ammo for a while, don't see many people shooting the 28 gage these days, so at first the ammo selection will be small I recon



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I have a demonic attack beagle. Death from above......
There ya go, let the dog do the work.


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just google'd and its pretty cool looking...might have a hard time finding ammo for a while, don't see many people shooting the 28 gage these days, so at first the ammo selection will be small I recon
Yeah I ordered 5 boxes from Midway !...............
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Nice! that may be a good revolver to use for partridge hunting as well

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Most people who are serious about shooting skeet, trap or sporting clays have a 28 ga. The 28 ga matches are always the most prestigious. Most competent shotgunners can shoot a perfect round with 12 ga 1 1/8 oz loads. Shooting a perfect round with half as much shot is a challenge.
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Most people who are serious about shooting skeet, trap or sporting clays have a 28 ga. The 28 ga matches are always the most prestigious. Most competent shotgunners can shoot a perfect round with 12 ga 1 1/8 oz loads. Shooting a perfect round with half as much shot is a challenge.
I did not know that the 28 ga was popular for that purpose, I can see how it would make a good challenge


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