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Re: Youth shotguns

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11-30-2012 06:51:34

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Stevens 310 double in 20 or 16 gauge. My first gun was a Topper .410 and I wasn't allowed to walk with it cocked, and I wasn't able to cock it on the draw. So I never even got a shot off at a pheasant the first year. I did pretty well on incoming ducks though, where I could cock it before I shouldered it. But I wasn't a threat to pheasants until I got a double 16 age 12. When I was 23 I bought a new Belgian Browning Superposed 3 inch 20 gauge at the base shooting club. First time I put a few three inch copper Federal 6's through it I knew I was onto something special. That Topper is in my gun case and it has taught about 5 youngsters safe gun handling and basic marksmanship for one season. . Then they get a real gun.

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11-30-2012 09:48:16

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 Re: Youth shotguns in reply to GordoSD, 11-30-2012 06:51:34  
I grew up with a 16 guage, and it worked great for me- but would never buy one now, its just getting too hard to find ammunition. I think a 20 would be a better fit for a young kid. .410 is pretty useless, IMHO.

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