On the X wrote: shoveler_shooter wrote:
On the X wrote:I'm still betting that I've been patterning loads longer than you've been alive.
In case you haven't noticed, I don't give a
As far as your advise on shooting at 50 yards plus....don't worry Son, I've got that covered too.
Oh I'm sure you do. Just like how everyone on here claims to be at least 6'2" 200lbs+.
Well SS, until now you haven't given an indication on whether you give a
or not, so no, I had not noticed. As far as my claim to having 50 yard shooting covered, well that's an easy one, I rarely feel the need to take those shots. It's all good though SS, as you get older and mature you may be able to actually debate without getting pissed off. Thinking out the topic before commenting will also help your argument.
You have the nerve to say "as you get older and mature", while you have been acting like a conceited ass from the get go? I think it would be wise to take your own advice before giving it to others, and that also applies to your last sentence.
I quoted exactly what I was replying to in my first post, but all you have done is try to red herring/ad hominem the discussion to avoid acknowledging that you made a very broad statement that is incorrect. Everyone agrees that the other metals are superior to steel, HOWEVER, since properly patterned and sized steel is effective out to 50ish yards with a 12ga, and it has been proven that 50yds is well beyond the skill level of the vast majority of hunters (I can get this info from a different subforum if I have to), there is minimal to no advantage to using a denser metal unless it is a small bore shotgun or you have Tom Knapp-like shooting skills.
I have stated the above paragraph 3 times now, in 3 different ways, in more detail each time, to where a 4 year old could probably understand by now. I don't understand why it is so difficult to comprehend that, and this is the last time I am stating it.