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Equipment · 2 answers · 1.16k views · 0 votes · posted by Jon Lee
Lubricant For Shotgun Hinges

Can you recommend a good lubricant for shotgun hinges and the other exposed metal surfaces?

 A friend of mine who's a big time pistol shooter recommended Frog Lube CLP, so I gave it a try. Works really well,I too use it on all the moving parts, they make a Frog Wipe packet which is great to take "On the go" with you. I also use Renaissance Wa... Read More
Equipment · Skeet · 2 answers · 2.2k views · 0 votes · posted by Andrei Erdoss
What Is The Optimal Barrel Length For Skeet?

I've been reading some different opinions on this. Some people even suggest using 32 inch barrels...

Jim Crowley - 61 Reputation
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I prefer a 28 inch barrel.  Easier and quicker to move.   30 -32 inch barrels work fine on sporting clays if you feel comfortable with the weight, but I shoot a 28 inch barrel with 1.5 inch extended choke.  Its a custom choke, but I feel more comfortab... Read More
Equipment · Trap · 2 answers · 1.1k 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
Equipment · 1 answer · 803 views · 0 votes · posted by Jane
What Do You Look For When Buying A Shooting Vest?

My old vest has outgrown me and I'm looking for a new one. Also, do you have a favorite brand?

scott wilson - 41 Reputation
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I have been using a Browning vest for 3 years now.  It has the recoil pad in the and I ended up removing because I could not get a good mount.  This vest is also mesh for the sides and the rear which helps in the hot months.  Each of the pockets on eac... Read More
Equipment · Skeet · 1 answer · 979 views · 1 vote · posted by Janet Miseta Robasky Nielsen
Won Silma M70 In 1997, Never Been Shot And Never Talked To Anyone That's Ever Heard Of One, Just Wondered What Its Worth?
Kyle Adams - 36 Reputation
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Depending on the gauge, the value varies between $725 - $825. This estimate is according to Jerry Lee's "Standard Catalogue of Rifles and Shotguns". You can see it for free on Google Book too. Read More
Equipment · 1 answer · 1.19k views · 0 votes · posted by Jon Lee
Has Anyone Bought A Turkish Shotgun?

I'm curious if anyone has ventured into buying a Turkish shotgun.

I have 3 turkish shotguns.  I have a .410 imported thru Armscorp, My Stevens 555 28ga is imported from Turkey and my Charles Daly 306 SxS is a Turkish import.  I have had no issues with any of them to date, but the  again they do not see the same traff... Read More
Equipment · Browning A5 shotgun · 1 answer · 982 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
Equipment · 1 answer · 904 views · 0 votes · posted by Jon Lee
In What Situations Would You Choose A Semi Auto Instead Of An Over And Under?

I've been shooting only with a over under shotgun all my life. I've seen some people that swear b...

Magen - 11 Reputation
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I really think it boils down to preference.  I will say though that I as a woman have found that the semi auto tends to have a lower recoil. I also dont seem to tire out as much with a semi auto and I attribute that to not having to open and close afte... Read More
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