\Ryan_in_AZ wrote:I have a Monte in 20. If you get one be aware they checker the forend by machine and if they set the cut too deep the checkering is very aggressive. Mine is too sharp, and the tips of the "pyramids" in the checkering break off but another guy I know has one that's just fine. The gun is very light a will kick with authority. I don't shoot it much since buying an O/U.
tdhusker wrote:...That 12 ga UL will make your nose run if you shoot anything more than field loads.....
Mountaineer wrote:tdhusker wrote:...That 12 ga UL will make your nose run if you shoot anything more than field loads.....
Not hardly...I shoot 1 1/2s as a matter of course late season with no problems.
A 3" turkey load will kick but one shot is hardly an issue.
Not sure who would shoot heavier hunting loads in a BUL, or any scattergun, for clays????but everyone handles or perceives recoil differently.
gspkimber wrote:Have any of you taken any turkeys with a 20 gauge Ultra light? I just held one and really liked what I felt. The shop did not have a 12 gauge but I really like the 20. With the right shot and load, it should be able to pattern nice at forty yards, right?
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