assateague wrote:I hunt to kill. It's why I take a gun instead of a camera. And it's a goose- lighten up.
apexhunter wrote:One of if not the only dedicated waterfowling O/U being made these days is the camo Cynergy with composite stock and full camo in a couple patterns. They aren't the cheapest but do have quality materials and the fit & finish is very good.
DuckManClyde wrote:hahah nooooo, camo dips on over unders are uuuuuuuugly. And those baikals look a little crude dont ya think? I found a baikal MP310 on gander mountain that doesnt look half bad!
Elvis Kiwi wrote:DuckManClyde wrote:hahah nooooo, camo dips on over unders are uuuuuuuugly. And those baikals look a little crude dont ya think? I found a baikal MP310 on gander mountain that doesnt look half bad!
crude....crude....crude....wash your mouth out young man
built like a brick pooping facility maybe but never crude!!!!
see if you can find one of their sxs older models, super reliable you just need to get way down on the stock as they shoot high.
the u/o have a good name too..the rabbit board used them over here for years. and as for the singles...I own 2 and bro in law a rifle.
buy a bakail and spend the money you save on some decoys and go shooting till you save up enough for whatever gun you want to end up using,chances are high the old reliable will stay with you and get out of the cupboard more than the new fancy pants if weather is crappy or you going to me muddy or bloody...sometimes its good to have a workhorse vs a show pony
DuckManClyde wrote:I've been looking at the sxs and I read a lot of mixed things when it comes to the triggers, that sxss work much better as double triggered guns. Can anyone vouch for what I'm reading?
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