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I certainly didn’t buy the wrong gauge in person, I bought off gunbroker from a dealer in Texas. I’ve done a lot of ignorant stuff in my day but handling a firearm and buying it without knowing what I had ain’t one of em
Welp, my Lefever got here and it’s in great shape and locks up tight. But there’s a small discrepancy it’s not a 12ga, the barrels aren’t marked but but I’ve tried 5 different brands of 2 3/4” 12ga shells and none would come close to fitting in the chamber. I’m thinking 16?
I’ve toted a 12 for 26 years killing turkeys. Ive got a few pounds of# 9 TSS and it seems kinda crazy to continue to carry almost 8 pounds of shotgun and shoot 2oz of gold when y’all are getting awesome patterns with a fraction of the shot and in a compact lightweight gun to boot. Any recommendation...
- June 3rd, 2018, 10:39 am
- Forum: General Gun Talk
- Topic: Who hunts with a double?
- Replies: 24
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I’ve always loved the idea of having 2 choked barrels for close in and longer shots, and they almost belong in a natural blind with a turkey dog in your lap. Who hunts with a double and any problems getting the barrels regulated?
I just sent my 1100 magnum barrel off to get shortened and threaded. I’m going to order some TSS from Hal, the barrel will be threaded to accept true choke threads so I will have to purchase new chokes, this will be my first dealings with tss, I plan to shoot 9s. Should I get a .665 Indian Creek( ha...
- May 23rd, 2018, 7:11 pm
- Forum: Gobbler Talk
- Topic: Never walk to a dead gobbler without your gun
- Replies: 19
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Killed DOZENS of turkeys and never walked to the first one, drives me crazy to see guys on tv stand around and high five and hug while the gobbler is flopping. It’s truly a sickening feeling to see a “dead” turkey fly off