Hi from the UK

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Fandango
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Hi from the UK

Postby Fandango » Sat Mar 16, 2019 11:42 am

Hi guys

Glad to be here and hope to benefit from the in-depth knowledge you guys from across the big water.

Fandango



paulinkansas
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Re: Hi from the UK

Postby paulinkansas » Sat Mar 16, 2019 3:35 pm

Hello Fandango,
What are you hunting and what are you hunting it with? I'm using a 12 gauge with TSS and steel for ducks.
Paul



Fandango
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Re: Hi from the UK

Postby Fandango » Sat Mar 16, 2019 4:20 pm

Geese and ducks,, though mainly with a 10g 8g or 4g when they get a bit higher,, been useing heavy shot in the 10 but would love to try the TSS,, seems like it’s a whole new ball game, which would alleviate the need for the bigger bore guns



paulinkansas
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Re: Hi from the UK

Postby paulinkansas » Sun Mar 17, 2019 10:20 am

Hi Fandango,
What size payload do you use with an 8 and 4 gauge? Those are non-existent here in the United States.



Fandango
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Re: Hi from the UK

Postby Fandango » Wed Mar 20, 2019 1:03 am

Hi Paulinkansas

The 8s will shoot a 3oz load and the 4s a 4oz load with lead or bismuth, nice shot, wouldn’t put steel or heavy shot through them as there old guns and the barrels wouldn’t take it.
Mainly use black powder in them now though a few of them are nitro proofed, it’s more fun with the black, these still get used on the foreshore during the season for the geese and especially when there flying high....




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