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Well if im not out in the marsh and out in the hills i will use my Revelation Model 350H Single Shot 16 Gauge, grew up on it lol makes you a better shot and its also fun goin ole school.
I should be a banker because im reall good at stackin the bills.
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- Location: Utah
Most of the time for grouse I use a ruger 10/22 out of the tree tops not on the fly. The rest of the time I use an 870 20 ga, or a red label.
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- Location: Along the Columbia
depending on conditions and likely hood of running into other game such as jumping ducks and such while hunting the choices are for me
a 1968 Franchi Falconet 20ga M/IC 26" (when not shooting steel)
a Franchi AL48, new one, to match my hunting partners 1965 model
and new this year a Benelli M1 20ga that i found brand new in the package and is identical set up to my M2 i use for duck hunting.
I will get to try it out on doves in a few days.
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- Location: Tennessee
1947 fulton 12 ga double. dad's old iron.
If it flies it dies!. if it lands it dies!, if it swims it dies!, they all taste good!!!!
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- Joined: Thu Jun 14, 2007 2:13 pm
- Location: bellvue idaho
light weight 11-87 upland in 20 gauge for me is a dream, I use it for all birds in the field except ducks of course.. and better ammo loads are key such as target loads- they pattern better than inexpensive promo loads and drop birds on a dime, the auto is quickerfor follow up shots such as grouse and you have the 3rd shell if necessary
" a little preparation for everything makes life so much easier- especially when in the duck blind"
1187 DROPS EM
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- Location: Central MD
I use a Browning Lightning O/U in 20 gauge for my grouse hunting unless the weather is particularly nasty. Then I'll use my new Mossberg 930 waterfowler. They powers that be are talking about going to non lead shot here in Washington for all upland game. Makes me nervous as my Browning was purchased at an estate sale in 1962 so I don't think it would be prudent to shoot steel through it.
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CZ Canvasback 20 gauge. Nice and lite. Always been a fan of over/unders.
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- Joined: Wed Jan 17, 2007 6:38 pm
- Location: south east Wisconsin
Ruger Red Label 20 Ga. with 26" barrels.
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- Location: Kansas
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