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Discussion in 'Waterfowl Hunting' started by Giveem3outdoors, Sep 13, 2020.
I never understood why anyone would want a two shooter, when three shooters are legal......
I use to be a real hard core turkey hunter when i was younger. Went through thousands of dollars buying and trading turket guns. Had a nwtf Rem SP10(loved that gun, I regret selling it) another H&R 10, A 11-87 supermag, a 870 supermag and several more. The one that stood out was a 835 that I had a Rhino choke in. Patterns you had to see to believe.
I love a nice gun but I sure woul;dnt mind having a 835 or a 935 to waterfowl with.. Ive been looking for several months local but havnt found any used guns at all
I had a first gen 835. It was a turkey killer. But it killed on both ends. I finally got tired of the beating.....
I'll sell my 935. Has a turkey barrel/choke and waterfowl barrel/choke. Needs that rail filed or polished. Works fine in the summer with lube. With a single drop or dry bolt won't slam shut for hunting in winter.
Let's see it. I shot a friend of a friends. It was heavy and definitely kicked. I dont mind 2 shots, I rarely hit with the 3rd anyway. Actually I'd like to have a 20 O/U, real nice wood stock and cerakoted receiver/barrel.
There's few things in life you don't buy cheap. Shotguns are at the top of the list for me.