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Discussion in 'General Shotgun Discussion' started by pe175, Feb 22, 2012.
Benelli Montefeltro 20 ga, it is a pheasant busting machine.
Very nice. I have a Remington 870 12 gauge with a 28" barrel and I LOVE it
My 16 gauge Valmet O/U. It is choked C/F, is light weight (around 6 pounds) so it is easy to carry all day long, and is one great upland bird gun. For skeet and sporting clays, my Browning Citori 12 gauge w/ Briley choke tubes.
Very nice guns
Would have to be one of my .410`s, don`t ask me why, they are just COOL.....................I got pictures if you want to see some of them ?
I have an 870 Express 26". I like it because it's rugged and durable and can be completely apart with no tools.
1963 Remington Model 1100. A trusted friend. A truckload of guns have come and gone, some for a LOT more money, but I haven't encountered one I like better, or that I could shoot better.
Out of all the guns I shot I'll go to my 870. Simple bo frills and versatile.
Don't make fun. NEF pardner .410 I inherited from my grandpa. Small, light, fun. Many memories of him over ventilating window screens shooting at red jimmy squirrels. He developed a hatred for them when they stripped the wiring on his lawn mower. Copper prices must have been up. He bought window screen by the roll. Boy my grandma used to get pi$$ed at him.
It would have to be my Mossberg 500a. Its tough, reliable, and holds one of the best patterns of any shotguns I have ever shot.
I going to go shoot some clays later. If y'all want a range report id be happy to give one.
The .410 pump, they are light, fast, and full of power. The .410 pump for home defense was designed for that task. The Mossberg HS410 (Home Security #50359) is a 6 shot pump action shotgun with an 18 ½" barrel having a spreader choke, ideal for close action shooting in home defense situations. Or get the .410 bore shotgun on the market which may well be as good as or better than the Mossberg HS410 - the SAIGA .410 SHOTGUN.
Browning Auto 5 Light Twelve. Bought by my grandfather in 1952. Has Cutts compensator with screw on chokes. Still shoots great and has taken a lot of phesants. Glad to see Browning bring them back.