Thread: Hiking Shotgun
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Old January 10, 2013, 12:48 PM   #24
WV_gunner
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A single shot is smaller and lighter but if you miss you will have a big problem. I've never been hiking in my life, so this is just my guess. I'd rather have a revolver and atleast a .357 Magnum. But, if I was dead set on a cheap long gun, maybe a Mossburg 500 with an 18 inch barrel. To save weight, could use a synthetic stock. But I'd rather have a handgun. You could go with a 20 gauge to drop a little weight.
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