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Theircommited10 wrote:SP-10 in my opinion .
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I agree with this. I can not tell the difference in felt recoil from the SP-10 or the Gold 10 Light when shooting steel or lead loads. They are both (IMO) very soft shooting guns.DoubleDutchChuck wrote:I can tell no difference in "felt" recoil
cluckmeister wrote:Does any one actually notice recoil when shooting at a bird, I have bad shoulders and still never notice the kick of my SP10 when It goes off
gooshnr wrote:cluckmeister wrote:Does any one actually notice recoil when shooting at a bird, I have bad shoulders and still never notice the kick of my SP10 when It goes off
Yes. A 3.5 inch 12 gauge magnum turkey load in a pump gun will rattle your fillings. Traded in that gun on another 10 gauge. Never bothered trying a 3.5 12 gauge autoloader so I don't know how much better that would be. With the gold10 I don't notice a kick. The recoil is more of a push against the shoulder.
marsh water wrote:I remembered a article about the reloading of 10 ga. shells. A writer in sports afield said he was dove hunting and the doves were at about 80 yards out. He loaded some 10 ga shells with no. 8 shot and took it next day. He said he didnt recommend it to many people but he shot doves at those distances with a 10 ga and no. 8 shot. They died with a suprised look on their faces. I never tried it, but that would be fun just to see what kind of pattern it shoots when you find the components and start reloading for your gun.
mudpack wrote:heffs72 wrote:The gold 10 light wont kick you at all in my expierence.
You are, of course, speaking in relative terms, aren't you?
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