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Old 21 December 2012, 17:33   #11
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You wont miss a lot with American skeet guns at that distance like to see how some of these yanks would fair a in a real clay competition
Agreed theyare very close but that is still very impressive. I have shot a few clays ( and missed plenty too!!) and they may have had to retake that video a few times, never the less aquiring targets that quicikly with that level of hit rate is VERY impressive..... IMO !!
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Agreed theyare very close but that is still very impressive. I have shot a few clays ( and missed plenty too!!) and they may have had to retake that video a few times, never the less aquiring targets that quicikly with that level of hit rate is VERY impressive..... IMO !!
Some of those targets hung in the air for quite a while considering he threw them Looked like a bit of video editing to me look how slow his arm is when he throws 9 yet they still went a distance
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yeah id say thats not very sporting - more for crowd control i think. this is my rough gun - very similar but a bit more legal!
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More like built for banks
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yeah id say thats not very sporting - more for crowd control i think. this is my rough gun - very similar but a bit more legal!
Nice looking gun .. Personally I don't like Autos I used to have a Barretta 682 multichoke super sporter mainly used 1/4 ? 1/2 choke at any distance even down the line if your quick enough size 8 cartridges ... Great fun about time I went back to it
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yeah id say thats not very sporting - more for crowd control i think. this is my rough gun - very similar but a bit more legal!
Very nice, Hatsan marine? Both ideal for on the boat for maritime defence being corrosion resistant and all!

For general crowd control and door entry I have my Benelli M3 super 90

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well done, hatsan escort pump (not auto). as i said this is my rough gun - doesnt matter if it gets full of mud! for best, or clays i use a bettinsoli talento o/u multi choke. doesnt matter what chokes i use - i couldnt hit a dustbin lid
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