B-Boy wrote:x3 on the M2. I have killed a lot of ducks of all sizes with my 20-gauge M2. Mine likes PMC 3" 1 oz loads of #3 or #4. Although I wouldn't call this gun punishing, the Comfortec stock is also nice for recoil reduction. It's also a light gun. Mine weighs 6.1 lbs with a 26" barrel and extended chokes. Plenty light enough for a day of upland hunting as well as waterfowl. Although I haven't tried it, you could (theoretically) take a goose with this gun and the right shot shells (Kent Tungsten Matrix, Federal Heavy Weight, etc.). I know Britman has done just that with the same gun.
bigmel wrote:I'm thinking a montofaltro or a wing master
UmatillaJeff wrote:By his very nature this tends to be a modest man who is loved by woman, children and dogs and well though of in all social circles.
We will call him the 10ga man
bigmel wrote:I'm thinking about getting a 20 for a small duck pound I hunt and the girly friend to shoot once and a while.I don't have any preference for band.we dose everyone like and why?
Kidney wrote:I haven't put a lot of rounds through it, but I have a Franchi Affinity in 20. Haven't had any complaints thus far.
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