Posted by pete 23 on November 30, 2012 at 11:21:49 from (126.96.36.199):
In Reply to: Youth shotguns posted by Philt on November 29, 2012 at 20:52:18:
Went from Stevens single shot 16 gauge at age 11 to a ultra light 12 gauge Benelli at age 76. Now this is a shot gun. Easy carry, adjustable stock,(for drop and cast off) milder recoil. Went through 12 ga side by side Crescent, 20 ga 870 rem pump, 20 ga M5 Browning (Belgium) auto, Stoeger 12 gauge side by side (crude stove pipe), 1187 rem auto 12 ga. Hammer cock is hard for youngster and totally unsafe if allowed to carry cocked. Pumps are harder to carry for short arms, 1187 is heavy and they soot everything up with one shot. Still have the 1187 (good gun) and sold my browning auto to son for 5 times what I paid. (his idea, not mine).
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