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Red Huck

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About Red Huck

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  • Birthday 09/30/1952

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  1. do you know anything about the new 3500 jamming

  2. Good shooting, this gun must fit you better.
  3. What blackdog suggest is suppose to work but it didn't with my dog. She want break with the lead attached to her collar. It's an obedience problem. Blackdogs suggestion may work for you. Try it. Work on obedience. What if you are hunting or training with someone with a dog. The dog needs to learn they don't get to pick up every bumper or bird. put the leash on make the dog sit throw the bumper don't let her/him go. Make them sit pick the bumper up yourself. try this exercise some it may help. It has for me.
  4. Wife cooked one last thanksgiving in a baking bag with dry onion soup mix a cup of water potatoes and carrots about an hour and 15 mins at 325. Folks ate it before the turkey.Son who killed it was late he missed getting any.
  5. fastest shooting, softest kicking ,most reliable light weight shotgun. Why do we need a larger recoil pad.
  6. Not yet, that would be a pretty easy removal in comparison to the internal chokes. Gun vice or vice with cloth, and a pair of pliers or an adjustable wrench with cloth would do the trick on the external chokes. Another + for extended chokes
  7. Any body every get an extended choke stuck in their gun and not be able to get it out like some of the flush mounts have?
  8. how did you bend the barrel.
  9. Happy Birthday! Happy Hunting!

  10. Quote: Originally Posted by Red Huck Sir correct me if I'm wrong, but I believe the article you but up contradicts what you write about spin out of smooth bore with a rifled slug. Actually it says that sabot slugs do not spin in a smooth bores, and rifled slugs do. I think you need to reread that Sir. So if you're shooting a smoothbore, stick to rifled slugs such as those made by Remington, Winchester and Federal; or full-bore slugs such as the various Brenneke, PMC, Fiocchi, Rottweil or Wolf designs. Despite the fact that virtually all rifled slugs have grooves or
  11. Sir correct me if I'm wrong, but I believe the article you but up contradicts what you write about spin out of smooth bore with a rifled slug.
  12. Don't know a lot about it,but I think it depends on the range you'll be shooting. Smooth bore out to 50yds.rifled barrel out 100+ yds.Use different type slugs for each.
  13. thebigwally Junior Member Join Date: Sep 2009 Posts: 2 Really poor customer service. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- I have to tell you. This is my first experience with a Stoeger, and so far it's disappointment. Firstly, the lack of accessories ike the slug barrel. Secondly, while breaking in the gun I used 2 3/4" magnum steel shot. When cleaing it after a session of 50Rounds, I went to take the modified choke tube out and it was basically ruined. Had to force it our, but fortunately the threads in the barrel were not
  14. I've order a set of carlson extended chokes. But I'm interest in the primos dead zone chokes. There .005 difference in close range and dead zone close range and .005 between the mid range and dead zone pass choke plus they say it has a wad stripper. Your thoughts?
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