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    Default .410 Wood Ducks

    First few woodies with the wingmaster.8F77CC9A-8825-451C-8B7E-DD92B436E3B4.jpg
    Last edited by duckmeat; 11-25-2018 at 09:59 PM.

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    Good stuff!!!!

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    Very cool.

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    Nice. I try to make a few .410 hunts a season. Makes wood duck hunts fun again.

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    Doing it in style

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    I hope i never get to the point that shooting wood ducks isnt fun.
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    I am haunted by waters" Norman Maclean.

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    Nice gun. Does the Wingmaster have screw in chokes or is it a fixed barrel?

    I bought a standard 870 express a while back in .410 and it is a 25 inch full barrel. I like mine so far.

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    Great work
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    Excellent

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    Quote Originally Posted by dirtnap View Post
    Nice gun. Does the Wingmaster have screw in chokes or is it a fixed barrel?

    I bought a standard 870 express a while back in .410 and it is a 25 inch full barrel. I like mine so far.
    fixed barrel-modified

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