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    Senior Member ruger#1's Avatar
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    I have a Remington 1100 youth model 20g. Love it, very light. two barrels Improved cylinder. And Mod choke. I forgot it one hunting season. Had to use my fathers 870 12g. Man that thing felt like it was a boat anchor.
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    Don't know if I'm a 20 gauge fan. I like all the gauges!

    I do like shooting the standard 20 gauge target load weight (7/8 ounce) in my 12 gauge reloads! Much easier on the shoulder and still grinds the clays.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GTW View Post
    I hav 2 - 20 ga, a Browning Citori Feather Light o/u and an Auto 5.
    I actually prefer these for grouse over my 12's. Getting lazier as I get older so weight is a factor. Both of these would be north of your price range, so here's a link to P&D out of Edmonton. They are good people and have a large list of available 20's after you scroll past the 12's.
    http://www.p-d-ent.com/index.php/firearms/16-shotguns
    Thanks, I'll take a look!
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    Corwin has an amazing deal on 20's atm.

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    If you are shooting trap at a club, they have a bunch of safety rules. Some have practices they know leave no room for danger and surprise. I watched a group at my club and everyone had break action double barrel. When you're done shooting, you break it open and hang it over the shoulder. Everyone knows you are safe when you turn around and walk back to the end of the line of shooters. I didn't know for certain but I suspect everyone had 12 gauge for the trap/skeet range.

    I have a 20 gauge Weatherby pump action in the compact barrel length. It carries light for hunting and swings into action without lag. It isn't anything for show, but it does the job.

    If I were to shoot at the club with a group, I would be looking at a side by side break action.

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    HI & Good Morning;
    I just love 20 Gauges
    I have a Remington Wingmaster. [NEW, OLD STANDBY].
    A browning BSS, [MY LITTLE HONEY].
    And a H&R 30-30/ 20 gauge combo, [A REAL SWEETIE].
    HOW CAN YOU TELL I LOVE 20'S.
    I had a Browning Citory 625 in 20 gauge.
    Real nice gun, too nice to take hunting so I sold it.
    Last edited by lroy; 11-13-2017 at 04:27 PM.

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    Mrs Voodoo loves the Fabarm Elos B I got her. Heavy firearms is hard for her, so this O/U fit the bill. We shoot at Silver Willow and her hit ratio is much higher with this.
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    I've got a 20 gauge iver Johnson SXS. I love it.

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