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how many of you agree with me that the 16ga was taken off market due to gun industry, in collaboration with gun writers, were en

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  • #16
    NM, you are most certainly right.

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    • #17
      If they were collaborating with one another they were [email protected] idiots! Why would they take a 3rd gun off the market? Think about it how many of you have multiple shot guns for various types of hunting? And how many of you have multiples of the same gauge shotguns. Also "Law of Manliness" naturally includes the need for "One more gun for "X" scenario", that never fulfills the need for "one more". I call bull excrement! the manufacturers pose to make more money by having another option on the market.

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      • #18
        I love my 16! Yes a 12 is just as good loaded light. But I still take my 16 grouse and pheasant hunting every year.

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        • #19
          this is a reply to the answers. None of you have disputed my statement that the 16ga. could be loaded "up" to the 12ga. and "down" to the 20ga.

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