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Old 06-15-2013, 09:11 PM   #21
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I like my 500, but, to be objective, it kicks

like a donkey that had it's cell phone stolen.
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Old 06-15-2013, 09:51 PM   #22
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I like my 500, but, to be objective, it kicks

like a donkey that had it's cell phone stolen.
All pumps kick like a mule. It's one of the reasons almost no one uses them in a skeet competition. Although, you do see them on the range prior to hunting season.

A whole industry seems to have developed to mitigate recoil. Weight is the only thing I know that has a definite correlation. Everything else is just incremental or simply extends or slows down the recoil response. (Mercury - milliseconds) It's still gonna hit ya, it just won't get there all at the same time.

Gas guns are your best bet. Better still, drop down to a 20 ga or 28 ga. 28 ga is my personal favorite, I love everything about it except the price of the shells.

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MOSSBERG - Dual action bars, dual extractors, better safety location, better slide release location. The older 870s are ok, but still not a mossberg.....
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I'm gonna go out on a limb here and say WINCHESTER!!
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I'm gonna go out on a limb here and say WINCHESTER!!
Maybe if your talking about one of the old Model 12s, But the 1300 they are putting out now cant run with the big dog - MOSSBERG.........
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Smart man....best pump guns ever made
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Really? And who actually makes 'em!?
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Really? And who actually makes 'em!?
I was referring to the older 1200 120 and 1300s and they were made by Winchester
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Gotcha. The OP should consider a shotgun made before 1981...
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Gotcha. The OP should consider a shotgun made before 1981...
Haha check your facts Winchester made them all the way up to 05 or 06
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