Discussion in 'Shotguns' started by Dave McCracken, Oct 19, 2007.
Gary, there's lots to like with the singles.
I find it relaxing to get out in the woods with a single-shot and a pocket of shells. No serious hunting effort - just rambling along soaking up the feel of the natural world and enjoying the sounds and smells.
If I stumble across something and it ends up in the vest pocket it's a bonus, but it isn't the main reason for being out there. I spent many autumn days like that in my youth, and it brings back fond memories.
Keeping things simple and basic definitely has its attractions at times.
I recently bought a matching pair of 28ga single shots (thanks Steve!) for myself and a very good friend. She outshoots me with everything I hand her.
Currently in my safe I have two 12ga, two 28ga, two .410, a 16ga, and a 20ga. I seem to like these little shotguns quite a bit - whenever I see one at $75 or less, I simply buy it. With the price being so low, it makes more sense for me to spend extra money on these rather than on luxuries.
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