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Old March 6, 2013, 08:44 PM   #10
Hillshooter
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In my opinion, it doesn't matter whether you buy a Mossberg, Winchester, Remington, Benelli, or whatever. Just pick out a shotgun that feels good in your hands as you work the action, hold it to your shoulder, etc. Then just take it home and shoot it. Get used to it so that your fingers automatically know where the safety is located, how to load it, etc. For example, I grew up with traditional Remington shotguns. As a result, a tactical 870 "just feels right" in my hands. When the crap is hitting the fan, you want your learned instincts to take over and operate the gun if your mind determines that you need to protect yourself and your property. They're all good guns. It's just a matter of what feels right and knowing your equipment. And I don't think you have to spend a gazillion dollars on it either.
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