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A new self-adjusting shotgun rig: EZLOAD NXTGEN

Practical Shotgun competition is probably as much fun as you can have. Imagine pistol distances, but with steel targets that fly when you hit them, or clays that disintegrate as the bird shots hit them. With the odd buck shot or slug station here and there. I run a Molot Vepr 12, but everyone in […] Read More … The post A new self-adjusting shotgun rig: EZLOAD NXTGEN appeared first on The Firearm Blog.
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