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Patrickjsmithsr

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Does anyone shoot clay pidegons anymore or blue rock . We used too go shooting in summer getting ready for fall pheasant season .since pheasants populations have declined so dramatically here in Iowa. Yet the wild turkey population has done great.shooting skeet was always a challenge for me really liked doing it just no reason to get tuned up for pheasant season. . Also we have a healthy population of bobcats and now mountain lions .
Does anyone have a specific brand and choke set up combo they prefer.

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I can't help you on this as my last string was 15 out 50.   The time before that was 13 out of 50 but that was with a 28ga.    So, I say the hell with them things as they are going break when they hit the ground anyway.

It is a great way to get ready for upland shooting.   Also, in my youth I was able to shoot a respectable 85 out of 100 with my Double barrel Stevens.   Need my tail kick for letting that gun go.  One barrel was full and the other Modified and it pointed as good as any of the high door Skeet guns to me.

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Which Clay bird game do you want to know about? Trap, Skeet, or Sporting Clays?

Yeah, JD, I kick myself for letting 2  311's go- One a 12ga. in Full and Mod like yours, mine had a Tenite stock and kicked hard. I later bought a 16 ga. 311 from my Dad. He had cut it down to 20", it was a perfect grouse gun. 
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Well I have been know to plug a few pink plastic flamingos [biggrin]
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