The Pointer Side by Side in the Fields of Georgia Quail Country

Shooting a bird gun at clay targets only hints at qualities that will spring to life in the field. On a five-stand, the squad’s rhythm, the advantage of lookers, and those soaring teals and long crossers, don’t truly demonstrate snappy field-gun performance – unless of course you’re thrown lots of rabbit targets. But in the field, when a zig-zagging bird dog bumps a covey, and an explosion of birds unexpectedly stuns your eyeballs, handling and precision, driven by adrenalin and instinct, instantly reveal the shotgun’s true DNA.

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Swamp Rib vs. Raised Rib on Side x Sides

When it comes to side by side shotguns, one of the key features that shooters often consider is the type of rib design on the barrels. Two common rib designs are the swamp rib and the raised rib, each offering unique advantages and disadvantages. In this article, we will examine the difference between swamp rib and raised rib on side by side shotguns, and discuss the pros and cons of each design.

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