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Old 12-25-2012, 03:19 AM   #1
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Old 12-25-2012, 08:20 PM   #2
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She's a beaut. What length is the barrel


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Very nice sir!
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18" inches.
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Everything looks so intimidatingly tactical. Ooo... Like you might breach anyone's door at any moment! Are you an "operator"?

And only one failure -- how many "takes" you need?
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Try to get the stock in closer to center( may need to shorten it a bit) so you can square up behind it a bit and Lean forward a little. It will get you better control and faster follow ups. Good quality video. Nice looking shotty. Have fun with it and patterning it with buck shot. I tried several brands and found Federal and Hornady with Flite Control or TiteWad shot cups to give the tightest patterns. Like, way tighter patterns than standard loads.

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Oh, and Hocka hates Remingtons.
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Everything looks so intimidatingly tactical. Ooo... Like you might breach anyone's door at any moment! Are you an "operator"?

And only one failure -- how many "takes" you need?
What takes? It's edited out parts because I don't make 40 mins videos. You mean I should? lol

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Are you a fashion police officer?

Take it easy. I just had some fun testing my new shotgun.
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Try to get the stock in closer to center( may need to shorten it a bit) so you can square up behind it a bit and Lean forward a little. It will get you better control and faster follow ups. Good quality video. Nice looking shotty. Have fun with it and patterning it with buck shot. I tried several brands and found Federal and Hornady with Flite Control or TiteWad shot cups to give the tightest patterns. Like, way tighter patterns than standard loads.
Thanks. I just made a couple test videos. I heard the Rem870s are not too good with Winchester birdshot shells, so I was not sure about shooting them. Well I got 250 of them and 200 PMC buckshot shells, so I have enough for practicing.


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