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Equipment · Trap · 2 answers · 120 views · 0 votes · posted by Andrei Erdoss
8 or 7.5 shot?

Are there any advantages or disadvantages to using 8 or 7.5? I assume it is just a matter of p...

Don Guinta - 31 Reputation
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I use 1 ounce of #8 from 16-27.  I change chokes as I move back from the 21.  LM from 16-20, M from 21-24, f from 26 to the back line.  This is also a personal preference.  Try diffeerant loads, shot and chokes to see how they effect your shooting. Read More
Competitions · Sporting · 3 answers · 119 views · 1 vote · posted by Weagle
12ga vs 20ga handicap. How many would it take?

Here's the premise: You have two target guns set up exactly the same. One is a 12ga the other ...

Well,  maybe it depends on your game. I shoot competition skeet mostly. My thought is , if I can not score well with the twenty gauge the twelve would not make a difference. In fact When I shoot doubles the recoil recovery is much easier between shots... Read More
Equipment · Browning A5 shotgun · 1 answer · 116 views · 0 votes · posted by Andrei Erdoss
What is the value of a new Browning A5?

I was looking at a 12 gauge and I was wondering what the price might be. Thanks

Bob - 21 Reputation
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The price depends on the condition of the gun and the length of the barrel. Cabela's is selling new ones for around $1,400. Some people on wiki Answers said you can't find one under $600.   Read More
Hunting · 1 answer · 114 views · 1 vote · posted by Kyle Adams
What's the best way to cook venison?

I've heard that stew might be a good way to do it. If so, does anyone have a good recipe? Thanks!

Johanna S. - 21 Reputation
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The best way to cook venison like deer, or rabbit, or boar is to keep it in a tenderizing mixture for a week. This softens up the meat, greatly reduces cooking time, and even removes the strong smells which venison gives off. Tenderizing is not necessa... Read More
Instruction · 1 answer · 304 views · 0 votes · posted by Kayle
Do you see lead in feet (meters) or inches (cm)?

I find it curious that some people see lead as a short distance (inches / cm) and others in a muc...

Will Simpler - 81 Reputation
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I see lead as the distance off the end of my barrels. I see it as a sight picture. So when I tell the people I am shooting with I mainly show them the distance by holding up two fingers. Read More


Instruction · 1 answer · 328 views · 0 votes · posted by Drew Forest
Shooting methods and lead

It seems that shooters using swing through and pull away, don't perseive lead, vs maintained lead...

The gun speed sets the lead Read More
Equipment · 0 answers · 103 views · 1 vote · posted by Drew Forest
Does barrel porting have any effect on shot velocity?

I've seen shotguns that have both barrel and choke porting. What's the point?

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Instruction · 1 answer · 134 views · 1 vote · posted by Andrei Erdoss
How do you check eye dominance?

A fellow shooter told me that I should check my eye dominance in order to see if I have to change...

Randal Cooke - 31 Reputation
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To check your eye dominance -  With both eyes open, point a finger at an object in the distance. Close first one eye then the other. The one that stays in line with the finger is your dominant eye. Read More
Equipment · Sporting · 2 answers · 106 views · 0 votes · posted by Andrei Erdoss
Which glasses and when?

I was wondering what glasses you use and when, meaning in what weather conditions?

Jim Crowley - 61 Reputation
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Overall, I use a wine colored lens.  It seems to work both on sunny and cloudy days.  That is what works for ME!   I have tried numerous color lenses and that color shows the target best for me.. Read More