Monthly Archives: January 2013

Cleaning Spent Hulls


Dear Technoid: What is the best procedure for cleaning spent hulls before reloading? Mark Dear Mark: You tumble the hulls in a vibratory or a rotary tumbling machine filled with ground corn husks or ground walnut shells. The shaking of … Continue reading

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Poly-Choke


Hi Bruce! My answer to the question about which choke to use with a single barrel on a gas gun is to use a Poly-Choke! I have one on an extra Beretta trap barrel I had lying around. An adjustable … Continue reading

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16 Or 28 O/U Shotgun For Quail


Tech – I’m looking for a shotgun for quail hunting and need some advice. I can’t decide between a 28 or a 16. I do want an O/U. What’s your opinion? Thanks, David Dear David, Recommending guns is like recommending … Continue reading

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SHOT Show 2013-Impressions


The SHOT (Shooting Hunting Outdoor Trade) Show is over. It normally is the largest and most heavily attended show for retailers and manufacturers of goods related to its moniker. Exhibitors who sold to the shooting, hunting or outdoor trade dominated the … Continue reading

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SHOT Show 2013-White Flyer


White Flyer, the clay target people, said that their business has been strong for 2012 throughout the US. Business has been strong for a number of years. Their feeling is that interest in Sporting continues to grow.

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SHOT Show 2013-Caesar Guerini Shotguns


Caesar Guerini’s O/U shotguns for 2013.

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SHOT Show 2013-SKB Shotguns


SKB Shotguns has 200 to 250 shotguns for sale, that were manufactured in Japan before that factory closed. SKB is looking for European manufacturer to continue the line of SKB shotguns. They are waiting for the currency markets to stabilize before … Continue reading

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