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Discussion in 'General Shotgun Discussion' started by bwalka, Feb 9, 2012.
Does anybody have an old or new 10 gauge
thad scott wildfowler 10 o/u
I have a browning 10 GA that I won at a ducks unlimited dinner about two years ago but don't really shoot it
I love 10 gauge and shooting them but there a beast to shoot and shells are expensive
I "need" a 10 gauge side by side. I will cut it down to 20" bbls and make it "tacticool" with a rail and red dot.
What would people need a 10 gauge for that a 12 gauge can't solve? I never understood that. It's like people just want bigger just for the sake of bigger... OMG! I get it!
Bismuth or Hevishot on geese at 60 yards is why.
I shoot turkeys with it
Before the tungsten non-toxics came along, I went thru a few 10 gauges. An Ithaca Mag 10, two SxSs, and 3 Browning BPSs. Nothing can compete with the 10 for big birds at long range. Swan hunting, it was in a class by itself. It patterned 'T' shot very well. The weight of all of them was a major gripe - and the Mag 10 needed wheels. I will never understand why when we went to shooting less weight of shot, the manufacturers figured we needed 2 to 3 more POUNDS of gun to do it with. I dearly wished Remington had scaled up the 870 or 1100 just enough to handle the larger round. I had my last BPS machined down to a much more manageable weight and was relatively satisfied. When tungsten came along I went back to my 3" 12 gauge. If you haven't gotten Ballistic Products 10 gauge booklet, you need to.
i needed mine because i had never seen a 10 ga ou
Man, get with it. There is even a program on TV called bigger is better !!
I just traded a marlin model 60 for a single shot 10 gauge with a case of black cloud
Here's my 10 gauge
If that were real that would kick like a mule on steroids
lol yeah i haven't found anyone willing to shoot it yet
I would. With bird shot only. Lol
I haven't seen a gun yet that I wouldn't shoot