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WTB 20 gauge o/u

Discussion in 'Want to Buy/Trade Threads' started by Mountainsteve, Dec 15, 2011.

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  1. Mountainsteve

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    Looking for good used 20 gauge o/u for occasional sporting clays and field use to give my shoulder a break.
     
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    I had a buddy wanting to do the same thing. I asked him why not load 7/8 oz loads in the 12 ga. He looked at me strange. He bought a 20 anyway about 6 months later.

    If you want a new gun - go for it. If you need to reduce recoil, a new gun is not needed.

    You can buy a very nice loader for the cost of a used O/U and tailor your loads for different applications.

    Don Verna
     
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    Youll want a 8lb 20ga to give that shoulder a break.
     
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