Pics of my "new" bird buster
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Posted 05 November 2007 - 05:22 PM
I had a great time! That old Ithaca double gun is probably the best pointing gun I've ever shot and I'm sure that's alot of why I did OK for my first time shooting skeet, but next time I'm takeing my turkey choked crow gun for shooting trap though. Those things can get out of range in a hurry! I had been thinking about getting a new camoed out pump shotgun for crow and duck hunting but now I'm thinking of gettind a shiney, pretty, autoloader for busting clays. Hey Johnny, I'm pretty sure that my auto was jamming because of that cheap ammo. I cleaned it and shot a box of those low recoil winchester shells thru it today and it made a nice pile of empties. The cheap bulk packed stuff would toss some of them really far and some of them would barely fall out of the side of the gun.
Hay Matt that guns shoots great in your hands. He shot a 20 on skeet with it on his second try ever. Beginners luck maybe, it took me weeks before I shot a 20. He did good on trap to but you missed that squirrel it seemed you shot all around it LOL. Was a good day.
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Posted 07 November 2007 - 04:02 PM
I know how much you like your Berreta so I looked into getting one but they're over a grand to get one, and I really liked the silver so I went with it. Plus, it's made in Portugual........How could I resist?.
I need a new berreta to one of those shinny ones to match yours
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