Going the Distance: Extended-Range 12-Gauge Target Loads
It’s an inevitable scenario: the sporting clays course has a simultaneous pair in which one target is nearly out of range before a shot can be taken at it or the head-scratching clay that begins and ends its journey at considerable distance. Regardless of the presentation, my response is the same
What’s the Best Choke?
I am asked and see that question asked on Internet discussion forums quite often, and it’s actually harder to answer than the age-old 7½s or 8s question. Although I’ve addressed this topic in previous columns, I feel it deserves a rerun, but the first thing we should understand is exactly how a choke works.
On The Cover
January 2020 Volume 42, Number 1
The Lone Star of Texas on the
top lever of a specially engraved
Blaser F3. This very unique
F3 was the brainchild of
John "Mo" Parsons and took
a year to create. Look inside for
the details on this one-of-a-kind
Blaser F3 on page 42.
Photo by Thaddius Bedford,
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