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Re: Youth shotguns

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Mel in SW Iowa

11-30-2012 11:40:22

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jackinok, I admire your hunting, gun safety, logic and common sense you have used in a noble cause although those of us on a tighter budget might have to approach it with a pump. Although I have mainly shot a 12 gauge for the last 50 years, about 5 years ago I bought a 20ga Charles Daly semi-auto at Wal Mart for less than $300. I think they are made in Turkey, but it weighs, balances and swings a lot like an 1100 (IMHO). It is a lot easier to carry than a 12 gauge 1100 although the recoil from a lighter gun seems similar. Congratulations again on your Hunter Safety concept!!

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12-03-2012 08:36:21

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 Re: Youth shotguns in reply to Mel in SW Iowa, 11-30-2012 11:40:22  
if i were today looking for a pump, for a young persons gun,i wouldnt look any farther than one of those maverick shotguns.they are cheap,reliable guns,good quality for the price,and are realitively lightweight in 20 ga.modeled basicaly after the model 500 which isnt a bad gun by itself.later on when a chid reaches full grown, invest in a gun made to fit them if they remain interested.thats my opinion of course.

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