riverducker wrote:Just picked up a Browning Gold 10. Haven't been able to shoot it yet, but getting stoked! I would have posted a pic, but couldn't get it to load. Synthetic and steel, 2004ish vintage with a 28" barrel and all kinds of choke tubes. I jump shoot geese and ducks on the rivers, creeks, and swamps from a kayak and am excited about shooting an auto loader for the first time. I had a 10 gauge marlin 5510 last year that I bought on a lark, and it really showed me the superiority of the big 10. A bolt action on a duck hunt, however, may as well be a single shot for getting a follow up shot. I shot a Mossy 835 12 gauge for years and did OK with it, but it doesn't have quite as much smack-down as the 10. As for shooting a 10 out of a kayak, well... I am going to do some warm weather practicing in the stock pond before heading out in cold weather for sure. Anybody got any ideas for 10 gauge practice loads? I am looking for a 10 gauge reloading press but will probably settle for a roll crimping tool and get by with my other reloading tools to build some loads. Any body else shooting a 10 gauge from a mobile waterfowl assault craft?
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