It's a two part answer to this.jaydogg said:can i ask a question? what in the he** would you need an 8ga for?
Just shoot back. :lol: lol My grandpa told me stories about how they would go shoot sea ducks with huge shotguns and punt guns in the 20s. He said his brother and him could shoot 50-60 birds in 1 shot consitantly. They were doing it for food and feathers. Back then when you rowed a boat in the atlantic during Nov. to shoot ducks you made every shot count, this is the niche that the 8 gauge, fourbore and punt gun filled nicely. Nowadays we are doing it for sport not sustanince(sp) so we are a lot more ethical and sporting. I enjoy shooting birds but I get off on fooling them into landing in the spread. My grandpa would roll in his grave if he knew how much money I had tied up into goose hunting. :roll:If i was ever out hunting and saw a guy shooting geese at long ranges with an 8 gauge i would break his legs.
Your first and only post and this is your reply? What in the world brought you here... and what in the world were you searching for to then feel the need to reply to this old thread with that response?meltyblood said:Tungsten is carcinogenic. Not as bad as lead but a lot worse than steel.