Always wanted to shoot once... just once. Just to see what it was like. And I bet it kicked... and that's odd how a 20 gage didn't do the same thing. Though I'm going to assume that that also depends on how the thing was manufactured in the first place.

At 05:20 AM 05/03/2011, you wrote:

Yeah, no kidding. I have a 10-gage shotgun that has been in the family
for close to a hundred years. Let me tell you that thing kicks like a
muel. The one and only time I fired it the darn recoil knocked me flat
on my rear plus gave me a large knot on my shoulder. Although, I fired
a 20-gage shotgun that wasn't quite that bad. Lol!

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