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can't believe there are no posts !!!
I'm down here in southern ontario,town of Essex to be exact.
not much happenin' down this way....where be everybody from?
 

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A 28 GAUGE ?!? what are you shooting ? sparrows ? j/k
Actually..its on my list too...I'm shooting a 20g now,7/8 oz load of 6's for pheasant and I can't complain....of course,once my bp shotgun is up and running I'll be able to readily play with different loads....one thing is,over a good dog,you can shoot just about anything..
so what about this 28g,do tell, you got my interest.......
 

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pheasantguy said:
A 28 GAUGE ?!? what are you shooting ? sparrows ? j/k
Actually..its on my list too...I'm shooting a 20g now,7/8 oz load of 6's for pheasant and I can't complain....of course,once my bp shotgun is up and running I'll be able to readily play with different loads....one thing is,over a good dog,you can shoot just about anything..
so what about this 28g,do tell, you got my interest.......
This is actually my 4th 28 that I own/owned! :D
I love the 20 and the 28 both, I use the 20 for decoyed geese and ducks and the 28 for everything else, but have been know to take the 20 after upland as well.
The FAIR is a Premier, their entry level gun ( in name only).
Pretty much the differences between their lower guns and their upper ones is in the quality of wood and engraving/inlays.
The Premier 28 gauge however, is made on their 2o gauge frame, not their 28.
But this makes for a bit tougher gun IMO, that will stand some heavy pressured field loads of steel and Hevi-shot.

The guns point super, shoot where you look, and are pleasing to the eye.
Service as well is second to none!
Davide
 

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Davide Todd said:
Howdy 28! :D
been too busy looking at the other parts of the site to post in here!
Bought a new FAIR in 28 gauge yesterday, BTW! :mrgreen:
Davide
Congrats on the new 28 gauge,Dav.Let us all know how you like it when you get a chance to try it out.

Just thought I would add, a person form Nova Scotia would never say eh.This is in referance to the title of this post.
 

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pheasantguy said:
A 28 GAUGE ?!? what are you shooting ? sparrows ? j/k
so what about this 28g,do tell, you got my interest.......
What are you shooting?With a 28 gauge just about anything you want.Have used mine for ducks ,clays and upland game.

The 28 gauge is far superior to the .410 and except for the three inch version the equal to the 20 gauge.The 28 gauge can shoot with good patterns anything from the light 1/2 ounce load up to the 1 ounce magnum load.

The 28 gauge in a scaled frame shotgun is the ace in the uplands.Light,low recoil and a great pattern.
 

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