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  • CO NativeCO Native Senior Member Posts: 1,557 Senior Member

    Oy, 3-1/2" goose loads in a SxS would be devastating to the shoulder. That's the only reason I use a semi-auto.

    Buford, I have more than one SxS, some with hammers, and some without. I'd trade you just about anyone of them for a Python (if it's 6" barrel)

  • George KGeorge K Super Moderator Posts: 10,011 Senior Member

    I don't hunt ducks or geese with my twenty gauge, just upland game, groundhogs and brown water snakes in our small pond. Standard loads, six and eight shot.

    Were I hunting waterfowl i'd get a twelve gauge semi-auto too.

    Keep your stinkin' government hands off my Medicare.
  • BushartBushart Senior Member Posts: 3,041 Senior Member

    yeah--20 is a little light for waterfowl

  • CO NativeCO Native Senior Member Posts: 1,557 Senior Member

    I lied, above I said that I only use the semi-auto for the heavy loads I shoot. I also keep it around for the zombies.

  • BushartBushart Senior Member Posts: 3,041 Senior Member

    @CO Native said:
    I lied, above I said that I only use the semi-auto for the heavy loads I shoot. I also keep it around for the zombies.

    ****!!!

    When the zombies come---I'm takin em on---5 rounds---bare knuckle boxing :)

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