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Equipment · Browning A5 shotgun · 1 answer · 143 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 · 234 views · 0 votes · posted by Billy Bob
Goose hunting - 10 or 12 gauge bore

I'm a passionate goose hunter and I'm looking to buy a shotgun that works well for those high gee...

Honestly, I would avoid sky busting at all costs. It only results in wounded birds and busting up the flock of bird.   I know the temptation is strong, but a good decoy spread, good calling which in itself is an art and patience will result in better r... Read More
General · 1 answer · 215 views · 0 votes · posted by Kayle
Unwritten rules of shooting sport etiquette

What do you consider to be the proper etiquette when shooting? I feel that having some of these r...

To me the two main things , Safety and Respect.  Safety of course is paramount and a must for all shooting disciplines. Respect the shooter in the box, whether it's giving them enough space on the show pair, time for their shot prep and to execute the ... Read More
Instruction · Trap · 1 answer · 167 views · 0 votes · posted by Kyle Adams
Is flinching considered failure to fire?
Jon Lee - 11 Reputation
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Yes, flinching is a natural occurrence where the trigger finger doesn't release the trigger and it  can be problematic when the shotgun is not fit properly to the body measurements. Read More
Equipment · 1 answer · 398 views · 0 votes · posted by Jon Lee
Can someone explain what 50/50 or 60/40 means when it comes to shotguns?
Coach Bill - 141 Reputation
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50/50 means the gun shoots flat. On a patterning board if you center the shot, the pellets of the pattern will be distributed approx. 50% above the middle line and 50% below the middle line. A gun that shoots flat has the middle beat and the front beat... Read More


General · 1 answer · 203 views · 0 votes · posted by Jon Lee
What causes flinching in clay shooting?

I've seen some shooters that have a delay in firing or don't fire at all.

Coach Bill - 141 Reputation
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Flinching is an uncontrollable reflex response to a failed firing action cause by several factors starting with strong recoil, wrong visual perception and ending with unpredictable changes of the shooting action. To understand better the phenomenon of ... Read More
Hunting · 1 answer · 186 views · 0 votes · posted by Vasile
Side by side for waterfowl. Suggestions?

Where I hunt, I can only shoot steel shots, thus I can't use the shotgun passed on from my grandf...

Does it have to be a side by side?  Browning, CZ and I'm sure a few other companies make an Over and Under that are more waterfowl specific. I have a Browning, Citori, "*Waterfowler", 12 gauge, chambered in 3.5 mag, I shoot 3 in mags out of it. My budd... Read More
Equipment · Richland Arms Model 808 shotgun · Trap · 1 answer · 151 views · 0 votes · posted by Karl Sovik
Help with Richland Arms Model 808 maintenance

Can anyone help with sources for instructions or videos of how to take down this gun? I'm also l...

Andrei Erdoss - 41 Reputation
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Richland Arms is an Italian made gun, imported by a company in Blissfield, Michigan until 1986. The manufacturer is Armitalia di Lucchini PONTE ZANANO VT (Brescia). That's all the info I could find at the moment.Does the gun have some markings / writin... Read More
Instruction · 1 answer · 330 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