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Unread 07-04-2022, 06:44 PM   #11
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That warning should go for any gun in any competitive event. The person moving the safety to the safe position is usually the airhead that owns the gun.
He was implying your competitors doing it to you .
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If I catch anyone touching my gun in the rack at a pigeon shoot he's in for a possible ass chewing, according to his demeanor. When mine is racked I'm in sight of it at all times, and watching it.
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If I catch anyone touching my gun in the rack at a pigeon shoot he's in for a possible ass chewing, according to his demeanor. When mine is racked I'm in sight of it at all times, and watching it.
When I was a kid I was told DO NOT TOUCH ANYONE ELSEís GUN WITHOUT ASKING . As I got older I thought that was a standard rule . But what Iíve seen in recent years that might be something thatís been lost over time and I donít just mean kids .
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Box birds and pigeon shooting is one of my favorite subjects. On the question of what is a pigeon gun, aside from those ordered from the factory with no safety, if you can make money on box birds with a shotgun, then the gun you are shooting is a pigeon gun.
I started out with a Winchester M-23 12 ga, with 28" BBLs. Then went to a 682 Beretta International Trap. Later came a beautiful 32" barreled Perazzi Comp 1 with factory full chokes, an MX 8 Step Ribbed Perazzi, and finally an SC 3 Perazzi that was special ordered by an old friend who used to shoot pigeons for a living. I still have that one.
In between the Perazzi guns were a smattering of various SxS pigeon guns, mostly Parkers, just for fun.
Here's the SC 3
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Here's the trigger group that was set up by Allem's
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