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  1. Earlier today I shot with a fellow who told me that I should be shooting the bottom barrel first; moving chokes if needs be. The rational for this being that a shotgun is more ‘stable’ when fired in this manner. I use the barrel selector depending on the bird; have never noticed such instability. (Interestingly, there was nothing between our scores). I would experiment, but can’t be changing chokes ad nauseam. Does anyone think the ‘stability’ concept is valid?
  2. After recently starting a thread in regards to an ATA O/U I went to look at one and really liked it. However, I have since been looking at older Mirk's as well, for the same price as the ATA (around £550) I could buy an older fixed choke Miroku 6000 or Miroku 3800 for my £550 budget. Would I be better buying the tried and tested Mirokus which will hold there value better come re sale, or do I buy the ATA, a brand new gun with warranty? Both Mirokus are choked similarly at 1/4 3/4! Before I used to shoot a Hatsan Semi Auto mixed choke but always used the 1/4 choke, I fancied a change so have so
  3. i'm looking for a cheap o/u in 20b for my fiancee, she is only small so a youth gun would be ideal but needs to be light as well. Perhaps a Yildiz, or she likes the look of the ATA SP in 20b but can't find anywhere down south that has them in stock to take a look. Has anybody got anything that they might want to part with? Thanks.
  4. Hi I'm after a nice little 28g, don't want to spend a lot as it is only going to be rough walked up gun for shooting over my cocker hopefully towards the end of the season. If anyone has one they would like to sell please let me know and I will get back to you. I'm located in South Wales but will do a deal on RFD also. Thanks
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