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 Post subject: After decades of sporting clays...
PostPosted: Fri Oct 23, 2020 3:52 pm 
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I'm now shooting trap 90% of the time and really enjoying it. I've been using a 20 gauge, 32" Browning Citori which makes it challenging. I decided to find a nice pre-owned full-blown trap gun. Picked up a mint Tri-Star TT-15, 30", double barrel for a very reasonable price.
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 Post subject: Re: After decades of sporting clays...
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 Post subject: Re: After decades of sporting clays...
PostPosted: Fri Oct 23, 2020 4:25 pm 
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I started shooting trap and skeet this year. It’s a lot of fun. Congrats on the new shotgun.


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 Post subject: Re: After decades of sporting clays...
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Thanks!

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 Post subject: Re: After decades of sporting clays...
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Slugo wrote:
Picked up a mint Tri-Star TT-15, 30", double barrel for a very reasonable price.

Hoooo, boy.


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 Post subject: Re: After decades of sporting clays...
PostPosted: Sat Oct 24, 2020 11:23 am 
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Good for you Slugo. Enjoy the sport and your new gun. Just don't post this over at Trapshooters or the anti-Tristar ludites will get their knickers in a knot. :-)


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 Post subject: Re: After decades of sporting clays...
PostPosted: Sat Oct 24, 2020 3:42 pm 
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Jim Tyner wrote:
Good for you Slugo. Enjoy the sport and your new gun. Just don't post this over at Trapshooters or the anti-Tristar ludites will get their knickers in a knot. :-)

Oh, I won't!

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 Post subject: Re: After decades of sporting clays...
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Slugo wrote:
Jim Tyner wrote:
Good for you Slugo. Enjoy the sport and your new gun. Just don't post this over at Trapshooters or the anti-Tristar ludites will get their knickers in a knot. :-)

Oh, I won't!


Oh go ahead and post your buy over there. It will be fun.
You already know Tron will post a picture of a snarling Chihuahua.
You can ask Wadhopper for TT-15 tips. He had a bunch of them.
I had branched out into shooting any type of Clay shooting until the Pandemic lockdown.
I found out I really missed Trap and not the others.
I sold my Sporter and bought a new CXT before reopening and never looked back.

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 Post subject: Re: After decades of sporting clays...
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Did your scores go up with the 12 gauge gun versus the 20 gauge?


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 Post subject: Re: After decades of sporting clays...
PostPosted: Wed Oct 28, 2020 10:26 am 
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Years back my wife - 65 years young - started shooting trap with her 20ga Browning she used in skeet [ she'd just change the choke ]. She was shooting in the 20s and one of the guys told her she had to have a 12ga to shoot trap. Well, Lordy Lordy, now I'm buying her another gun. Scores didn't change one iodo. I can't comment on the Tri -Star having never owned one. Good luck.



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