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Old December 7, 2002, 02:23 PM   #2
Mannlicher
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Join Date: July 8, 2001
Location: North Central Florida
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I never bothered to time shots when hunting. I have been more impressed with dead birds, than how fast they were killed. That having been said, I agree, that constant practice, and a lot of shooting sure helps build speed.

I also feel that it is helpful to have someone knowledgable work with you from time to time, to critique your form . It is so easy to get into bad habits, and another set of eyes can spot that quickly before the habit gets ingrained.

I prefer my Browning A-5 shotguns to anything else for bird hunting. The Sweet 16, the Mag 20 or Mag12 all get field time. I think I really shoot the 16 best.

While I will never be in then class of the guys mentioned in that article, I have always held my own when it is time to count the birds in the bag.
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