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Old July 23, 2009, 08:50 AM   #1
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Shotgunning 101 Library

About the 101 threads....

PG Only Shotguns and Hip Shooting 101...
Patterning 101....
Slug Groups and Pattern Spread (101)....
Shotgun Smithing and Modifications 101.....
Buckshot 101...
When Shotguns Are Used Like Rifles 101...
Cleaning 101...
Slugs 101...
The Old Shell Game (101)....
Adjustable Butt Pads 101...
The Flashlight Drill 101....
Balance and "Feel" 101...
Waterfowl Shotguns 101...
Woodshedding 101.....
Lead Shot 101...
Heavy Loads 101....
Shotgunning Togs 101....
Cinderella Shotguns 101....
Reloading Ammo 101....
Doing Your Homework 101...
Why We Should All Have Pumpguns (101)....
Barrel Length 101....
Getting New Hunters Started 101....
Upland Shotguns 101...
Shotgun Manners 101...
Triggers 101...
Lead 101....
Getting A Grip 101....
Flinching 101....
Snap Shooting 101....
Recoil/Kick 101...
Safety 101....
Getting started 101...
Why We Miss(101)....
Foot position and stance 101...
Sights 101....
Eye/hand Dominance 101...
Fit 101...
"Serious" Shotguns 101...
Wingshooting 101...
Chokes 101....
Competition Shotgun 101
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