T Man wrote: Also taking the time to read the description of the honey hole you would have seen it is for non waterfowl related topics.....like tires and moobs.
aunt betty wrote:This novel is fiction? Hmmm. 30+ years ago was 1983 or before..so I'd say get your lady shooter this....
I myself used this shotgun to kill many ducks and geese. It's a mouthful to say...
Remington 870 Lightweight Special Field 20 gauge.
They had lightweights and special fields but I doubt many lightweight special fields were made.
We won a Winchester 20 at a DU Banquet. Sold it right then and bought that Remington instead.
I have pictures if you want them.
The shotgun is one with a 'twist" if I EVER saw one.
It has an English style stock and is cut down as much as possible. It feels like a BB gun in your hands when you first pick it up.
Will shoot 3" shells which is mandatory.
I learned the hard way that using 2.75" shells was costing me birds that I crippled. After I switched to 3" my losses went down to almost nothing.
By the way, I am 5' 6.5" tall.
jaysweet3 wrote:Indaswamp wrote:easy...just manipulate the ruler to make the inch shorter so that 28" reads 30".....
That's how I got a 13" pecker.
Rick Hall wrote:jaysweet3 wrote:A5 sweet 16, that's the gun.
If it's going to be an A-5, it's gotta be a Sweet 16.
Jon Bergren wrote:The Excell auto made in Turkey and distributed by H&R is an excellent auto. It is of the locking block design and uses Rem chokes and is $300 at the Academy. I have shot one for several years, others have shot 1200 trap loads without a problem. I think it is better than my 1100's. Jon
reconcoupe wrote:Specklebelly wrote:erp10 wrote:Ithica model 37 would fit your needs.
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