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  1. If your a good shot and hunt a lot, go with the 24 inch. You'll love it. We all have 26 inchers and our friend got a 24 inch. Man, are we envious. If your shoot a lot of trap and don't hunt, you may want a 26 inch or longer.
  2. Man, I own a Benelli SBE II and love it. My bro owns a SBE I and he loves it. ............But, if I was getting a pump it would be with out a doubt a Remington 870. (In fact, I own one in 20gauge). I've seen the Nova's and wasn't really impressed. They seem loose and bulky. However.....two of my friends have Nova's and LOVE them. So.....what can I say. I do know that everyone I know who has an 870 loves them and has had them forever. And.....there's been over 11million Remington 870 manufactured. That tells you something. Also: I wouldn't get one in CAMO. I've on
  3. I read about it in Outdoor Life I think. Or Field & Stream. They said it's the best little Ultralight they've ever tested and love it.
  4. Can you have too many robo ducks? I guess not. Today hunted an area with a ton of hunter. Lots of birds. But the birds kept pouring into a group of guys with a pretty big spread. But they had 10 robo ducks. Everyone else out there had 1 to 3. They killed tons of birds.
  5. I have only used one, on a crippled goose that was standing about 50 yards away. My friend shot it twice with Kent Faststeel 2's. Nothing. I shot it once with 3 inch Blackcloud 2's and it fell over stone dead. I've talked to some other guy's who love it. I know at Fleet Farm, it's only $16 a box.
  6. I wouldn't use the Mojo's, because so many people have had problems with them. And as a matter of fact, strangely enough, my buddies MOJO duck had it's on/off switch break off. It's only 1 year old. We have about 6 "Lucky Duck's" between us, and those have worked great for years. Two fell in the water. One broke, but the other one, that fell in last week, still works fine. Check this link: http://www.nodakoutdoors.com/forums/viewtopic.php?t=44539 That should help. I don't have any bad thing to say about the Lucky Ducks. Only that I think there the best. And I would NEVER h
  7. I guess, I mean, the proper slug to shoot thru a rifled barrel. Whether it be a rifled slug or not.
  8. Hey everyone, Need your infinite wisdom. My step-brother is going hunting this year and is looking to borrow my slug gun. I have a Savage 110 Bolt Action Shotgun with rifled barrel. He's never really shot before, so if there is any type of LOW RECOIL deer hunting round that would be great. Since the barrel is already rifled, I don't need a rifled slug. Do you guys have any recommendations for a low recoil, non-rifled slug? Thanks in advance.
  9. I love my Benelli SBE II.............. BUT The blueing jobs on Benelli's has always been bad. Since Benelli and Beretta's are owned by the same company (right)? ...... Can't they just use their "AQUA" coating from the Beretta Extrema II on the Beneilli's? (Even call it something else, even though of course, it's the same thing.) :sniper:
  10. I put the short and long version, the short version for people who don't like reading the long version. LOL. U know how that is.
  11. I just saw this movie today. It was "loosely" based on the Stephen Hunter novel, "Point of Impact". The book "Point of Impact" is one of my favorites. It is a page turner, I couldn't wait to read it everynight. You should definitely read it if you get the chance. It took me 3 nights as a kid. I will put the points here then detail below: 1.) Great movie. (Tons of action and it's non-stop.) I hate movies that have long boring scenes in between or all the good parts are in the last 4 mins. 2.) I do not care about actors/directiors political viewpoints. (I will see a movie i
  12. I think the recoil is mild with the SBE II and 3 1/2 inch shells. I way 108lbs and have no problem shooting 3 1/2 inch shells all year long. So you shouldn't have a problem either. I have a SBE II with Comfortech, and I think it is well worth having. My bro has the SBE I without Comfortech and it has more recoil.
  13. Where can you buy a 24" inch barrel for a Benelli SBE II???
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