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  1. #11
    Has too much time on their hands

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    I think the shotgun I have access to is an Improved or full. Not sure which one..
    Fixed choke
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  3. #12
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    improved would be your better choice. Doesn't mean you can't use full but if the rabbits are flushing from your feet and its close to you, you might have a hard time hitting them and if you do the meat would be damaged
    "Give a man a fish and he eats for a day, Teach a man to fish and he eats for the rest of his life"

  4. #13
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    Another vote for cheap #6s. Can't beat them.
    Youíre lucky to have the gear you already have. Some people wish they had stuff as nice as the stuff you think isnít good enough. - Bill Heavey

  5. #14
    Getting the hang of it

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    I use #4. Mind you that is with a short barreled 20 gauge cylinder bore (no choke). I think 4 5 or 6 is fine.
    I came up with an idiot proof idea, then someone went and made a better idiot.

  6. #15
    Just starting out

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    I use a #7.5 hit them at 15yards with a mod choke and they go down and the pellets that do hit good meat dont do any real damage.

  7. #16
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    For cottontails I go #6 or #7.5s modified choke if you are hunting tighter quarters. For jacks I go #4 or #2 with a full choke for more punch down range.
    Get ready, Take 'em

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    I use number 4's just to keep pellet numbers down. I have since switched to single shot .410 #6's to make more of a challenge and definitely keeps pellet numbers down

  9. #18
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    20ga&410 it's fun

  10. #19
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    Went out Tuesday after work for an hour or so with a 22 I borrowed from a friend.. Lots of tracks.. Didn't see a bunny though.. Well.. Not until we standing in the driveway next the van with the guns unloaded and in the back of the car.. Suddenly 3 rabbits ran out from the back of the barn.. One Eben decided to stop.. Kinda taunting me.. Took off before I could do anything though.
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    Did ya flip him the bird at least?

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