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What Cartridges And Chokes For Geese ... And Ducks?!?

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I don't pay for my catridges im sponsored

Aye, by Weight Watchers ! :p

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If your using 76 mil cases & loads in your gun .. just check that your gun is approved to take the pressure .. there's alot of 76 mil high performance steel loads on the market now .. most people don't even think about checking there guns they presume because it's a 76 mil case & load there gun will fire them ok .. so just Check first ..

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Out of interest, and I know this is the wildfowling section so forgive me, what would you say to someone that turns up to a driven duck drive with 36gm steel #1s?

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I f it was up here I would say use 32 g 5s lead there cheaper and better

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I f it was up here I would say use 32 g 5s lead there cheaper and better

 

Diplomatic.... LOL. But spot on.

 

"36 gram ONES for f***ing ducks, we want to f***ing eat them after!" was what was said. LOL.

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Like ive already said imo the lads that use big heavy loads for wildfowling maybe there shooting isn't up to much ....keep them for the fox drives

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do u realy shoot geese at 35-40 yards there is not alot of penatrating power with 5 shot u will be saying u use no6s when u have no 5s next.we shoot more in a week than u will shoot in a life time.a canada goose would spit no5s back at u .

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Leslie there's a thread in the general section about blowing hot air up your own arse, take a read.

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do u realy shoot geese at 35-40 yards there is not alot of penatrating power with 5 shot u will be saying u use no6s when u have no 5s next.we shoot more in a week than u will shoot in a life time.a canada goose would spit no5s back at u .

quite right there pal they take a good heavy load to drop canadas
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This thread is brilliant

I went to my RFD they advised me

Not my advice

Geese 36g no 3 steel

Duck. 32g no 5 steel

RFD not me

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Leslie there's a thread in the general section about blowing hot air up your own arse, take a read.

jock do yourself a faver stick to terriers .co,s u no f------ about shooting geeese.nobody wud want to blow up a sweaty jocks arse
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