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Old 01-19-2010, 02:23 AM   #11
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tom knapp is really good with a .22 also....but hey...if i had a company like benelli paying the bill for eveytime i picked up a gun....i should be able to shoot the wings off a flys back flying @50yards...but hes still the MAN!
cant be said enough rjgnwdc...practice practice & also practice some more...it will payoff...and you will be owning all them autos w/ a pump...& being its a pump...you can just say (when you miss)...hey...it stuck!...happy shooting man
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Tom Knapp tosses up 8 to 10 at a time and shoots them all with both a pump and semi.
Tom Knapp is amazing.
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Does Tom have a pump in one hand and a semi in the other?
or does he empty the pump then grab the semi as the clays are still in flight?
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I used to always shoot skeet with a pump, i was usally averaging a 21 with quite a few perfect rounds. But now i shoot a yieldz and its cheap 400 bucks with briley chokes and im up to 23 average, its just getting accustomed to the gun in my opinion.
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I did a google on yieldz can find any reference on that shotgun what is it?
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cant be said enough rjgnwdc...practice practice & also practice some more...it will payoff...and you will be owning all them autos w/ a pump...& being its a pump...you can just say (when you miss)...hey...it stuck!...happy shooting man
Well thats what I'm doing (making do) we are buying a house this month so those set aside funds I had for the shotgun are going towards a new front loading dryer the good thing is if we seal the deal before April 30 we get the $8,000 cash back deal next tax season so I'll get that Beretta AL391 Teknys Gold thats the one I really want
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I'd go ahead and get the shotgun you want (auto). Sure it's entirely possible to shoot skeet with a pump BUT for someone just starting out you'll do a LOT better, and enjoy it a lot more with an auto. The autos also feature less recoil than a pump (all other things being equal)-not a small matter to consider when shooting a lot. Less recoil=more shooting pleasure.
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Sorry i mispelled it, its a yildiz.
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I'll get that Beretta AL391 Teknys Gold thats the one I really want
Please check out a Benelli Sport 2. I have owned 3 different 391s, one of them, a Teknys Gold. I shot alot when I had them. Had trouble with all 3. Switched to Benellis, no more troubles. If you do get a Teknys, call Cole Gunsmithing and buy their trigger assy. I know many shooters who have had similar trouble with 391s. The best way to get rid of trigger assy issues is buy the aftermarket, or buy a Benelli.
It took me about three years to abandon Beretta (autos). I am absolutely happy I did. The most important thing with a quality gun ( you are paying for quality when you pay over $1500 for a shotgun) is that it goes BANG.
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I shot 18-19's with a maverick 88 pump ($189 at walmart) last summer... The guy next to me was doing the same with a $2000 Benelli O/U... Its all in the shooter IMHO... I have a 11-87 now that I cant wait to try out.
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