Unique turkey/coyote slayer

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wisturkeyhunter
 
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RE: Unique turkey/coyote slayer

Postby wisturkeyhunter » June 26th, 2009, 8:16 pm

ORIGINAL: AppalachianMtnMan

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I too prefer double triggers on a hunting arm . But as a home defense gun the single trigger would be a mite faster to get both shots off if it were needed .

Speed is a mute point considering it only holds 2 shots. Who in there right mind would defend there family with 2 shots?


If it takes more than two shots from a twelve gauge your gonna be in trouble anyways. Most attackers will scatter and run like hell after that first boom. besides I'm not buying the gun for home defense, I already have these hanging beside the bed, plus some in the closet and in other places, and I don't have kids so all my guns stay loaded with the safety on and one in the chamber.

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What if you miss or theres more than 2. Sure your probably going to be fine with 2 shots but most the time a locked door and a bark happy dog is enough. If your going to have a gun for self defence why have a gun that could fall short. Bet theres a reason most self defence shotguns have extended tubes.
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RE: Unique turkey/coyote slayer

Postby AppalachianMtnMan » June 26th, 2009, 8:31 pm

I didn't realize the pic didn't show up, it shows my guns hanging behind me. If this was going to be my only gun, then I would be concerned, but my Mossberg 500 holds 5+1, my Winchester Model 12 holds 7+1, my Marlin lever action in .35 holds 6+1, both my break down singles are loaded, my S&W 629 holds 6, and my .38 special holds 5. I think stoeger is selling this gun on the presumption that someone who would be it probably has more than one gun.

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