The problem with an auto-loader is that they are a pain to unload and re load if you get in and out of the truck a lot.
""A lot of these sound perfect for quail."
"Every gun is perfect for quail! Things are like cockroaches here,I wish they'd make the season longer and the bag limit bigger."
Why not just shoot clay pigeons? Then you can get your adrenalin jollies without all the blood, death, dieing, guts and feathers. I wasn't going to comment on this thread until I saw the word,.."quail". Now tell me,.."but I love to see all that,..blood, guts, death, dieng and feathers" flying off into the autumn sky,..go ahead,.."make my day"!!
Besides, there are no more "wild quail" anymore; at least not wild enough to challenge anyone's "manhood",. :rolleyes: It's like shooting "fish in a barrel"; have fun.
:pinch: Darn it I new as soon as he mentioned quail Oldbee would show up.
Clay pigeons dont taste nearly as well as real quail.
I like to shoot pumpkins. But not very challenging.
Poor pumpkins, they have feelings, too.
12 gauge, man or beast, theres a round. hunting or target. it does it. i prefer my rem 1100 field. why ? it's just my favorite i have others, singles and pumps.but if i'm headed out the door and i whant to cover it all, that would be my rem 1100
I dont think you can go wrong with a Mossberg 500 pump. Very affordable and pretty durable for the price.
when it comes to a firearm you cant go wrong with any thing when it's compared to nothing.