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Old March 4, 1999, 09:29 AM   #3
Join Date: February 25, 1999
Location: USA
Posts: 71
I asked a friend who is an avid shotgunner and his point of view was: If the kid is to young to handle a 20g the child should not be using a gun. The 410g is a very small shell for a child to shooting. It is an expert's shell because it is very hard to hit anything with. The pattern is very small and difficult to use effectively. The kid could become frustrated quickly and not want to shoot the gun any more. So my friend suggested a 20g single with modified choke. the 20g has a much beter pattern, better killing power(if you plan on hunting), and the single will help the kid learn ammo conservation.
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