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Ears

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  1. John norris online. he is doing a seeland jacket cheap at mo. not tweed though.
  2. I really like the F black for clays, will second that.
  3. 20 Gauge = pigeons. Eley High Flyers 6 shot 28g. Cheapish and OK kill well. Pheasants and partridge. = Eley VIP 5 & 6 shot 28g expensive OK kill better at distance. 12 Gauge = pigeons. RC Romagnola 32g 6 shot. OK kill well. Pheasants and Partridge = RC SIPE 32g 5 & 6 shot (Great) or Hull High Pheasant Extreme. expensive not as good as the SIPE but i like them so if i can't find RC. As Above used to use Gamebore Clear pigeon for both years ago, for years and years in 12 bore. Don't like since changed. Ducks = Eley Evo 3 Bismuth 32g 4 shot ( Rubbish) or Gamebore IMT *
  4. JC holds a lot of stock, you can usually find something that fits the bill there, not the cheapest around though.
  5. Eley High Flyers cheap and OK nocks out pigeons if you shoot them in the right place Just fine. I have not shot the Rio's yet. My favorite is RC Sipe.
  6. I have shot a lot of Eley Blues they seem to be OK for practice. I have not used cheddite.
  7. It Pays to shop around if you have the time.
  8. I also own one of these in 32" barrel format. Weighs 7lb 3oz . semi pistol stock (pow). Would prefer it if they made a Sporter version like they distribute in the USA but without porting the barrels and 32", but we do not have it here yet and who knows as Browning UK customer service is the worst ever. The action is far better built and sturdier than the Caesar Geurini Essex Sporter 32" that i used to own with great customer service i might add. The Caesar Geurini out classed this Browning 725 for shooting either game or clays and in looks in MOP, but it does costs a little more. Also the Brow
  9. A friend of mine gave me 100 Black Gold game shells on a pheasant shoot couple of years ago they were not the storm,s though. personally i did not like them very much, they seemed to kill alright with not to many birds escaping. Next time out i was glad to get back on shooting RC Sipe a lot better and cheaper in my opinion.
  10. I shot 500 of em this year. seemed alright over decoys, was not so impressed with them on flight lines and long stuff though. But shot some 28 gram supreme game by express and they were great but the price was not.
  11. Interesting topic. I have just purchased a 20 gauge two weeks ago. Last 20 bore i had was ten years ago shot Eley VIP then. I would like to find a 28gm 6 shot that suits me and the barrel. So i am doing a little testing in the next few months on pattern plate and pigeons and going to try different makes etc. I hear Fiocchi make a 28gm which i would like to try. Anyone shot them please give me, your opinion. Thanks.
  12. I have to agree with the above, RC Sipe 6 shot 32gm (English 5.5 shot) I have had some incredible shots using these squibs. When it comes to 20 gauge i really not sure yet as i have only had it a couple of weeks and the last 20g I had was 10 years ago. Been trying Eley, High Flyers in 28gm 6 shot plas wads they seem OK, But 10 years ago I settled for the Eley VIP PDP wads in 28gm 6 shot. They will be my next buy to see if they are the ones for me, now days. Members views on 20 gauge cartridges would be appreciated if you have recently tried them.
  13. Shot 500 of them the other month. Seemed OK much the same as the Hull super fast i used. Just stack up with choke in the old barrels they seem to work better when i use 3/4 and 3/4 choke for me,but i am sure you get what you pay for when it comes to squibs.
  14. OK Peoples . I bought Hull Superfast 29 gram plas. I will See what they are like. Thanks for your views.
  15. Thanks for the offer but going to get some shells tomorrow. Thanks again ( Kind )
  16. I did look local to me for pigeon power. But my local stockist Woodlands Enterprises near Lambourne was asking telephone number for em £260 per thou. I don't think so? so could not find any near me. I phoned Lyalvale express and the next shop who stocked them was hours away.
  17. Really need to look at them both and get the feel of them. Modern day Beretta's are not for me though because for me they are becoming to light and i am also told by my gunsmith friends they repair them much more often to the older ones. Lots of aluminium in em these days to keep them lighter. Do you want a game version or a sporter style, should also be took into consideration.
  18. Don't really suffer from shooting to bad, i am a x international clay shooter. Just want to know from people that have shot both loads.
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