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Thread: New gun

  1. #1
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    Default New gun

    Took a risk and bought a used grade IV Ugartechea 20ga of GunBroker. I got to go look at it today and was pleasantly surprised. It still had grease from the factory on it and besides having the stock cut for a pad I can't say it's ever left it's box.

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    Lucky dog. A huntin' buddy has a 16 and is very happy with it. Hope it works well for you.
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    Congratulations! Looks quite nice!

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    Thanks guys. Hopefully the double triggers don't give me too much trouble, I've never shot them before.
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    -Ralph Waldo Emerson

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    Very nice. Congrats.
    It just takes a little getting use to if you haven't shot a dbl trigger.

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    Go shoot a couple of lines of skeet. Do it several times changing from back to front on station 1,2,3 to front to back when you get to 4 or 5. Keep shooting singles til you can anticipate the direction smoothly. I go back to back to front on #7. Having a back trigger is great for late season roosters who flush wildly

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    Couple more pics of the new bird gun.

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    "The happiest man is he who learns from nature the lesson of worship"

    -Ralph Waldo Emerson

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