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Discussion in 'Hunting, Fishing & Camping' started by Sixgun_Symphony, Sep 29, 2003.
What gauges? What game?
12-gauge & grouse here!
Browning BSS. 12 Ga. 26" brls. Rabbit, dove, pheasant.
A friend of mine has a beretta Onyx that I always borrow. Good for just about everything but geese, the 3 1/2 shells just kick too dang hard out of it. Love it for everything else!
Mine are doubles, they are just o/u's instead of s/s. ;f
Pheasants, chuckars, grouse and woodcock all shot over 2 great Drahthaars.
I'm with TJC...mine are all O/Us
Most of the time, I use one of my 20ga Citoris. However, when strictly pheasant hunting, I will switch to one of my 16ga models.
Totally love them!
I have a DB, EAA, 12ga. made in russia, with 20" barrels, both IC., But the pattern is 'excellent.' I am very picky, but i highly reccomend this gun. Also have an old, very old, 12ga. DB, made by Savage/Stevens. it is a real work horse. use them both on rabbits to turkey. (not deer). I would prefere a different set up (shotgun wise) for this. That is just me.
Mine's a Weatherby Orion OU in 12ga. It fits me and I hit more than I ever did with my Remington or Ithaca pumps.
Iv'e had an Ithaca SKB M100 for 30 years. 20ga / 28" / M/F. I used it for everything from grouse to pheasants to ducks to geese.
The only reason my hunting buddy and I switched to 12ga was to use up all the AA hulls we had from trap shooting.
I almost bought a Ruger RL, but got a 1100LT 20ga instead (grouse and pheasant). I use 12 ga for ducks and geese now.
So, the SKB is the only double I have. Very rarely use it anymore.