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This year my sons and I went old school side-by-side for birds.
My corner of the office is where we pile up all the guns and vests, and since they are back at college and the season is ending I started to clean and put the shotguns back in the safe.
Here's this years season lineup.... what did you guys use?

 
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Very nice. Didn't get birding this year, or any of the last 5. For some reason, we no longer seem to have flocks of dove in this part of Florida. Individuals, 2s and 3s, but nothing worth standing in a field for half a day for.

I used to love dove hunting, but we just aren't seeing the numbers west of Orlando any more.

Had I gone, I either would have used an old Ranger 16 double, or a relatively new Remington Sporting 12.



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Some nice hunting hardware you have there Warpig, anybody else have some favorite hunting guns to share....?
 
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Originally posted by GCE61:
This year my sons and I went old school side-by-side for birds.
My corner of the office is where we pile up all the guns and vests, and since they are back at college and the season is ending I started to clean and put the shotguns back in the safe.
Here's this years season lineup.... what did you guys use?


is that a model 21 second from the left?

my Zabala 20 ga SxS on a quail hunt


my Belgian Sweet 16 (bottom) and Light 12 (top) both got a workout in the dove field


and ol' faithful boat paddle Ruger M77 Mk II in .270 Win filled the freezer with a deer

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