Dunkem,Pretty darn nice! I just picked up a weatherby sa 8 20 gauge and was wondering if I need anything bigger than 3/4 oz in a 2 3/4 shell. Don't want to be changing pistons all the time.
Not sure what that plant is called. There are so many plants and trees I still have to learn the names of down here in the desert.No worries.
I LOVE how you are hiding under some type of palm frond or something similiar?
Huh I guess I really missed that first bird then and center punched that second bird back??? Or maybe the angle just made it look that way;-)Looked like you shot the second bird with that first shot. I've seen doubles with a 410 in the old days but seriously, a .410 or .28g are not proper large bird guns. You will over the years wound many more birds than you would have had you been shooting a larger, heavier load. Is that how you really want to treat your beloved honkers?
Na no need for that. Some people just haven't learned what high density shot can do and until they see it first hand....................well they just won't believe it.I smell popcorn popping :sunglasses:
I personally do way better on the right-to-left shots than the left-to-right (I'm a right-handed shooter). Am I in the minority? Or are you just making excuses? ;-)Hey now that was 2 with a pump gun on a right to left cross at 35 to 40 yards.