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My first good date with the 20ga UL


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Had my first good round with the 20ga Ultralight. Got to run about 100 rds through it. Cheapo Federal Wally World stuff.


First off, this is a BEAUTIFUL shotgun. I really like the stock. Fit and finish is flawless. Metal is beautiful. I fell in love with the 12ga UL, so when this was released, I had to get on the list.


I had no malfunctions of any kind. Every round fed, fired, and ejected flawlessly. I didn't clean it beforehand. Just pulled a snake through the barrel to be sure it wasn't obstructed, and started shooting. I did not pattern the gun, but it seemed to hit point of aim for me. I dealt some coconuts, coke cans, and a few watermelons some misery.


5.2 lbs (I think), good looking, and shoots like a house afire. What's not to like!! I realize that I need another thousand or so rounds to determine reliability, so I will report back in later, but I am confident it will go well.


I really like this little gun. My only caution would be the recoil. My 11 yr old son ran a few rounds through it before I got to shoot it. He loved it. He is not crazy about the 12ga UL. Honestly, I can't tell any difference in the recoil between the two. The 20 is quite snappy!! It doesn't bother me, but it might not be the best choice for a recoil sensitive novice. HOWEVER, it will be a wonderful gun to carry all day.


Anyway, that is what I think so far. Anyone else have one of these little beauties?



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