Monthly Archives: September 2013

Link to October 2013 RELOAD!


October 2013 RELOAD! Published by Connecticut Travelers Sporting Clays Association Advertisements

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The Real Full Choke


Dear Technoid, You recently wrote concerning choke constrictions and the patterns required to meet specific choke designations. You said that Full choke was generally considered to produce a 70% pattern at 40 yards and that .035″ was the standard constriction … Continue reading

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Adding Barrel Weight


Dear Technoid: Still reading you and enjoying your stuff. I have a Beretta 682 Sporting, 30″, which in all ways is satisfactory, except that I would like to add a little weight forward of the balance point. It seems to … Continue reading

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Gas Guns vs O/Us


Hello, I have spoken to numerous people and I figured I would also seek advice from you regarding shotguns. I am in the market for a new gun as I would like to focus on becoming more competitive and involved … Continue reading

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Recoil Reducers


Dear Sirs, Have you any experience or otherwise with the Isis Recoil Reducer made in England? I have heard very good reports of their efficacy and understand that they sell very well in the USA. Stephen Dear Stephen, Yes, the … Continue reading

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Press Release-Federal® Ammunition Adds To Vital Shock Tru Ball Offerings


Federal Ammunition Adds To Vital•Shok TruBall Offerings Federal Ammunition continues to improve the Foster shotgun slug.

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The Value Of Owning A High End Shotgun


The one criteria in choosing a shotgun that often is never or too lightly considered is, “What does the shooter aspire to own?” Another way of saying this is, “If you could have any shotgun, which one would you choose?” … Continue reading

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