Re: Shotgun for Trap and Skeet
Stoeger will be a good choice IMHO. That is if you don't want to drop 2k on a shotgun. I've heard the 20 ga / 12 ga conversation about skeet shooting before. It's always settled on 12 ga. The general censuses (which I agree with) is that the 12 ga low brass has more shot in the shot shell than the 20 ga. Also, you get a more yardage with the 12 ga....(for the clays that get away from you for a second).
Choosing a skeet gun is more than buying the best rated gun. Its also important to choose a gun that is super comfortable to you, an extension of your body if you will. If you find this elusive extra appendage, then maybe it will be worth the $. Unconventionally enough, I shoot skeet with a 50 year old Remington semi auto 12 ga. I know....crazy, but it fits me like a glove. I've had great success with it.
Last edited by J.D. Bass; 04-08-2011 at 09:33 AM..