Which would seem quite reasonable, what with the extras thrown in.offshoreoildude wrote:http://www.singaporegunclub.com/?Facilities
IT used to be $90 for a box of 12GA (50?) and the clays for Pigeon shooting on a day member basis.
Interesting. I was going to ask what kind of load you use for deer. And then you say a single 0.73" slug so IIRC that's 1/12lb of a single lead-ball! What kind of load and effective range do you need/get? Isn't it similar to using an unrifled musket!?sundaymorningstaple wrote:Guaranteed, if you learn how to handle a 12 Gauge, most rifles will be a piece of cake until you start hitting the big calibre magnums for large game. I've always used my long barreled 12 gauge Brownings (Belgium Brownings, by the way) for duck & goose My gun of choice for deer (due to the laws where I live which forbids the usage of rifles for deer in our county because of the population density) is my old favourite which was the shotgun I was given when I was 12 years old and shot my first deer with (8 pointer) at 14. I still have it and my son, when we went back in 2010 for my 45th reunion, got his first lesson in gun handling as we went through a whole box of shells. I like that old Mossberg 16 as it's been cut down, and the barrel shorted and a polychoke added for hunting small game/birds etc. When hunting deer, it's full open and using a rifled slug instead of shot. When humping through the brush, that small short gun make it a breeze.
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