I saw a new shotgun sport on a TV show a few months ago and can't remember the name or find it online. It was similar to the pistol shooting where they move from station to station and shoot targets at varying distances,only done with shotguns. I believe all the targets are stationary. Anyone know what this is called and any clubs that do it?
It's looking like my shooting is done for the year even before it starts. Nearly a month ago I wiped out in my driveway on black ice. Landed on my elbow and tore my rotator cuff. It has improved some. Started PT and had MRI today. Don't think it's gonna heal quick enough to allow much fun shooting this year. One thing is for sure. It's gonna save me a lot of money this year. At least I can still work in a slightly limited fashion.
I don't have anything bad to say about Tristar. Then again, the only first hand experience that I have with them is when I sell them to my customers. I have yet to take one out and actually shoot a round with one. I'll try and message some of my customers for first hand reviews and if they get back to me, I'll post their results. I can tell you that the Beretta A300 has been a mover for the local high schools with classes starting soon.
So now I'm interested, checked out Tri star. Ran across a Tristar Raptor 20g auto in pink muddy girl camo. 24" barrel and tips the scale at 6 pounds. And runs about $350.00- 400.00. I want one for my daughter. I was going to make her shoot my son's old cut down bps 20g. But a auto, its lighter, shorter and pink! She'll be hooked. It gets decent reviews? But I would like more personal feedback about tristar.