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Old 07-17-2012, 04:42 PM   #1
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SPorting clays, Trap, Skeet, etc

Does anybody on here shoot sporting clays, trap, or skeet? Just figured i wasnt the only one on here that did. If theres enough we need to get together and have a little tournement
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heck yeah, usually every other weekend i try to get out, either go to a 5 stand and shoot a round or go to the farm and have a buddy throw some. i usually use my over/under 20 ga.
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Old 07-18-2012, 05:00 PM   #3
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cool, i try and shoot about every weekend, i shoot a 12ga browning Citori O/U
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Old 07-18-2012, 05:22 PM   #4
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Trap ,,We bird hunt. Just a old Stevens SxS 12 ga. but going to a 20 OU soon.. Getting to old to carry 12 lbs around,,, Jim
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Old 07-20-2012, 04:25 AM   #5
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i like mine, its a 425 Sporting so its like 6 lbs. if you get an O/U you need to get a Browning, i shoot for my school and its got me a scholarship so i highly recomend browning its always worked for me. I usually shoot about 96 in trap using bottom barrel, but if you decide to go with an automatic Beretta is definatly the way to go
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Old 07-20-2012, 08:46 AM   #6
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haven't done much trap or sporting clays... (i don't own an SG..), but it is pretty fun!
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you should try it sometime, must ranges will rent you a shotgun if you wanna shoot
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Old 07-20-2012, 06:26 PM   #8
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i like mine, its a 425 Sporting so its like 6 lbs. if you get an O/U you need to get a Browning, i shoot for my school and its got me a scholarship so i highly recomend browning its always worked for me. I usually shoot about 96 in trap using bottom barrel, but if you decide to go with an automatic Beretta is definatly the way to go
Shooting pals 20 Ga.'s O/U's the one I like the best is the Weatherby...Hard to miss even on long shots... Jim
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I used to shoot a lot of sheet and the occasional sporting clay set up. I have a nice Beretta 682 O/U 12ga.

I actually havent shot it in a couple years, I keep saying I need to get out and shoot but it hasnt happened.
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Old 07-25-2012, 05:29 PM   #10
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I used to shoot almost every weekend in the winter with my grandpa. 5 stand usually with the occasional trap shoot. I shoot a Stoeger 12g O/U when he's gone, get to shoot one of his Browning Citori O/U's when he's visiting. Great memories and a sport my family actually enjoys doing together, and that folks is what it's all about
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Old 07-27-2012, 02:19 PM   #12
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That ol Stevens 2 post back my dad in law got new in 1963 for 37 beans, Hes gone now but the old gun still makes me smile when every I look at it..We had some good hunts and lots of fire pit time..Glad to have know him for 39 years....... Jim
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I shoot maybe 10 rounds of Sporting Clays every year and then maybe 3 or 4 rounds of 5 Stand. I shoot less now that I traded off my CZ Canvasback for a Winchester SX3. The Canvasback just wasn't meant for the duck blind.
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we use to shoot every weekend down here...now we didnt go to a range or anything so it wasnt official but we got some pretty awesome rounds ive 18/20 9/10 and some other nice records.. i odnt have a fancy citori i love those shotguns and would kill to have one..i just use my duck gun which is a benelli nova(: she gets the job done just fine.
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I shoot skeet at least once a week; 4-5 rounds on Wednesdays and then sometimes on the weekend. I shoot a browning 525 with a tube set so I shoot all gauges.
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I shoot skeet at least once a week; 4-5 rounds on Wednesdays and then sometimes on the weekend. I shoot a browning 525 with a tube set so I shoot all gauges.

hell yeah, my buddy that i shoot with has my exact gun, 425 Citori sporting, with a full set of barrel tubes, ive tried so hard to get them of of him but that got me nowhere. what do you ususally shoot out of 100? i judt went through last years score bokk and averaged mine and im usually between 95- 98.

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I like sporting clays. Haven't done much other shooting of clays, but I may start hitting up some 5 stand more often. I have an inexpensive 12g Yldiz from Academy, that frankly is as accurate as I am. I also have a Franchi 20g auto that I really like too. I'm better with the Franchi, the little that I have shot it.

My girlfriend has a Browning Citori .410 O/U that she is pretty salty with. I have a little trouble being consistent with it though.
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