Monthly Archives: October 2014

Looong Barrels


Hello, I recently purchased a used Beretta 687S and I’ve been very happy with it. I usually shoot skeet and Pheasant ( walk-up) but recently I’ve been shooting more Sporting Clays and Duck. Now both my Sporting friends and my … Continue reading

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Browning Superposed Sporter


Dear Technoid, I’ve long thought that a Browning Superposed with 32″ barrels…. an older one in perhaps lightning configuration, would make a great clays gun; choked M/M or even the M/IM that so many of the current crop of fixed … Continue reading

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Rebuilding An O/U


Dear Technoid, I recently purchased a Browning 325 European model. I am very happy with the gun even though it has seen quite a bit of use over the last seven years. My question is in regard to the way … Continue reading

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Starting A Youngster Shooting


Dear Technoid, What do you think is the best way to start youngsters into the sport. What guns/gauges do you prefer? Would I be better of with a single shot 28 ga. or a youth model 870? I shoot mostly … Continue reading

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Hunting Turkey On Public Land


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The Best Barrel Length


Dear Sir, What would be the best shotgun barrel length for duck and dove hunting? Is it 24,26,28 or 30 inches? What is the advantage of the different barrel length? Edward Dear Edward, First let’s get the ballistics considerations out … Continue reading

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Store Guns Muzzle Down


Technoid, I just read your response concerning dry firing and while I agree with your position on that topic, I am a bit confused as to the final comment you made about storing guns with the muzzle down. Will you … Continue reading

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