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#6414570 - 08/18/16 03:41 PM Who's kicking it old school with the double barrels?
johnboy91 Offline
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Registered: 11/05/12
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Anyone duck hunt or goose hunting with doubles? How do you like it?
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#6414573 - 08/18/16 03:45 PM Re: Who's kicking it old school with the double barrels? [Re: johnboy91]
MoBettaHuntR Offline
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I did for years until I retired my Grandaddy's old gun. I could reload the old side by side and have four or six shots off as fast as I could reload and get that many shots with my autos with gloves and all that.
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#6414588 - 08/18/16 04:02 PM Re: Who's kicking it old school with the double barrels? [Re: johnboy91]
johnboy91 Offline
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I've had autos and pumps thinks about trying it out
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#6414770 - 08/18/16 06:02 PM Re: Who's kicking it old school with the double barrels? [Re: johnboy91]
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Loc: Frisco, Texas
too much recoil cry
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#6414805 - 08/18/16 06:28 PM Re: Who's kicking it old school with the double barrels? [Re: johnboy91]
johnboy91 Offline
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Nahhh there is no such thing
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#6414884 - 08/18/16 07:16 PM Re: Who's kicking it old school with the double barrels? [Re: johnboy91]
FWBanger Offline
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Registered: 11/13/09
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Over/Unders are the mark of a true 'gentleman' hunter. Using any other type of gun is just....crude.

duel
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#6414887 - 08/18/16 07:18 PM Re: Who's kicking it old school with the double barrels? [Re: johnboy91]
Windrider Offline
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I use a 12ga ugartechea choked cyl and IC. Bismuth early season and hw13 late season. This will be the first season to use hw13 in it. I may even shoot it with #6 steel for teal season.

Cylinder for the birds about to land, IC for the birds on the way out after the first shot.
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#6414940 - 08/18/16 07:51 PM Re: Who's kicking it old school with the double barrels? [Re: johnboy91]
Greekangler Offline
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Shoot them all. Ordered a 20ga barrel for my silver pigeon. 20-12ga combo. Bad arse
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#6414944 - 08/18/16 07:53 PM Re: Who's kicking it old school with the double barrels? [Re: Windrider]
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Originally Posted By: Windrider
I use a 12ga ugartechea choked cyl and IC. Bismuth early season and hw13 late season. This will be the first season to use hw13 in it. I may even shoot it with #6 steel for teal season.

Cylinder for the birds about to land, IC for the birds on the way out after the first shot.


Most hunters over choke their duck loads because never pattern guns. I have stoned big ducks 40 yards out w cylinder and heavy metal #3s


Edited by Greekangler (08/18/16 07:53 PM)
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#6414966 - 08/18/16 08:05 PM Re: Who's kicking it old school with the double barrels? [Re: johnboy91]
johnboy91 Offline
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I've been eyeing the sxs the stoeger longfowler
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#6414996 - 08/18/16 08:22 PM Re: Who's kicking it old school with the double barrels? [Re: johnboy91]
oilag Offline
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Registered: 11/14/12
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Loc: Houston, TX
Originally Posted By: johnboy91
I've been eyeing the sxs the stoeger longfowler


I have a special DU edition stoeger 20 ga sxs that i'm looking to get rid of! Let me know if you are interested. Its a pretty sweet gun, but would rather have an autoloader.

-Max

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#6415006 - 08/18/16 08:26 PM Re: Who's kicking it old school with the double barrels? [Re: johnboy91]
FWBanger Offline
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Registered: 11/13/09
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Loc: DFW


See! Graceful, stately, and oozing machismo!


And they will even soothe savage beasts!


Edited by FWBanger (08/18/16 08:29 PM)
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#6415113 - 08/18/16 09:37 PM Re: Who's kicking it old school with the double barrels? [Re: oilag]
johnboy91 Offline
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How much are you asking
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#6415114 - 08/18/16 09:38 PM Re: Who's kicking it old school with the double barrels? [Re: oilag]
johnboy91 Offline
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Originally Posted By: oilag
Originally Posted By: johnboy91
I've been eyeing the sxs the stoeger longfowler


I have a special DU edition stoeger 20 ga sxs that i'm looking to get rid of! Let me know if you are interested. Its a pretty sweet gun, but would rather have an autoloader.

-Max


How much are you asking
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#6415359 - 08/19/16 06:16 AM Re: Who's kicking it old school with the double barrels? [Re: johnboy91]
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Registered: 10/11/13
Posts: 180
Loc: Texas, TX
I shoot a browning cynergy 20ga for dove, but I'll take it out for duck when I know I'm sitting someplace it won't be caked in mud. Which is almost never.

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