Wednesday, 16 November 2016

Video: CBC Break Action Shotgun and 32-20

Im often asked how expensive it is to get into shooting so I thought I'd do a video on some inexpensive firearms that are suitable for hunting small to medium sized animals.  A 12g shotgun is perfect for hunting ducks in jurisdictions that allow it, as well as rabbits and foxes.  A small calibre centrefire rifle is going to cost more for ammunition than say a .22lr, but shot placement is a little less critical with a 32-20 on varmints such as foxes and feral cats.  As you can see in the video below, they are great guns for casual plinking and are quite cheap to shoot if you cast your own projectiles and reload.

Break action firearms have been available since the early 1800s and are still manufactured to this day. This trusted design refuses to die.




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