mudpack wrote:I would only buy a black gun if I were going to use it at night.
If you can always (key word) hold your gun perfectly still until it's time to shoot, then a black gun will suffice. Problem is; nobody can do that.
I look at it this way: the camo never hurts....it can only help, and most of us need all the help we can get.
Luvbowhuntn wrote:Only way that it matters in my opinion is it camo guns are more rust resistant. Seems they handle the elements a lot better. Myself I get my black guns dipped for this reason. Plus if you get a black one then you can have it dipped in whatever camo pattern you choose
mudpack wrote:Most of us don't hunt standing in sewage lagoons.
If you do, a black gun might be perfect.
Shotgunner12 wrote:The black guns are soundin better all the time. I have hunted 2 duck seasons now and love it. I have been hunting with my Winchester 1400 but I hate having to baby it around. I've killed quite few with it and I don't think a duck has flared from it yet. Most of them tht flare flare from my buddy movin around. Haha But wat can you expect from three 17 year old boys tryin to teach themselves how to duck hunt. Haha. I think I might look a little more seriously at black guns. how much does it usually cost to get one camoed?
Rick Hall wrote:I buy the rust resistance argument for camo dip, but would rather not hunt with some nervous Nelly who can't hold any gun still until time to go. From what I've seen carrying thousands of pay hunters, if he's raising the gun early, he's little doubt bringing his noggin up with it.
killwoodies101 wrote:your a dudshe bag! You dont own the river your dont own any property around it.. Its just as mush mine and any other tom **** and harry's as it is yours !! get a life share what is yours or stop hunting
JuniorPre 360 wrote:. I'd have to say camo would be nice to have but the success I've had thus far wouldn't change. ...
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