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shotgun season changed me this year

#1
been doing alot of thinking since the end of shotgun season , actually been thinking bout it alot these past few years . I love muzzleloader hunting and shooting and i love bow hunting , so starting the new year off with selling some guns that i need to upgrade from and , i dont see having guns sitting round if theyre not gonna get used , its like looking at a hot naked wife sitting on a couch naked and not doing nothing bout it , it just aint right , so i wanna see these guns go to some one who is gonna get some use out of them , i got the ok from the wife to start looking into getting a new muzzleloader and bow , ill be posting pics tomorrow
 

Schu72

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Save the guns for the kids. They won't be any cheaper in the future.

The only gun I have ever sold was a Tarus 9mm...can't say I wish I still had it, but will probably own something similar one day.
 
#8
im actually selling my traditions buck stalker 50 cal , and my mossberg 695 bolt action slug gun , shotgun season has lost its challenge , so im going to upgrade the muzzleloader to a cva accura , the traditions was more of a impulse buy , and the mossberg lost its challenge , ill post pics later today
 

Dannmann801

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im actually selling my traditions buck stalker 50 cal , and my mossberg 695 bolt action slug gun , shotgun season has lost its challenge , so im going to upgrade the muzzleloader to a cva accura , the traditions was more of a impulse buy , and the mossberg lost its challenge , ill post pics later today
Really? hmmm.....
 

rrr

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Hell I'm ok with the "1 shot challenge". It took some shooting in, but with my muzzleloader hitting groundhog sized targets at 100 yards...I'm picking that gun before a shotgun! Why are so many guys hunting with these high tech inlines or going to single barrel 200 yard shotguns? You only need one shot if it's good!