Curious as to the choice of single-shot shotguns, but to each their own I guess.
it's a growing process.....my girl is just getting into guns so this is her first one. i wanted to start her out with something easy first. she shot my mossberg 590a1 and refused to shoot anything anymore so i'm trying to warm her up to it so i can get more range time and possibly buying some land so i can have my own range in the back yard......lolCurious as to the choice of single-shot shotguns, but to each their own I guess.
sad but true.....lol. would you say that it's wrong for me to have different motives???? lolGotcha. I get it.
If I had the money to buy land to use as my own personal range......sad but true.....lol. would you say that it's wrong for me to have different motives???? lol
well there's reall2 parts to that situation....... when i was workin nights she was at home by herself and someone tried to break in. i dont want her to be scared of firearms to the poit to where she is afraid to use one safely and defend herself while i'm not home so gettin the land was already in the works b/c we are gonna build a home after we get married so a little extra wouldn't hurt plus it'll save money by not having to go the range as much .....and it'll give her some practice time.....didn't feel like going throught the whole scenario but i guess it was necessary......If I had the money to buy land to use as my own personal range......
i'm trying to get it painted pink for her before she shoots it......lol then she'll never get rid of it...:twisted::twisted:.....rotflIn my experience w/ single shot 12 and 20 gauges, they are not at all fun to shoot due to the light weight.