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100% thisso you want to use a pistol grip and probably a short barrel so you can get a crummy shot that might not be a kill shot.... so you can try to follow the wounded suffering animal.... and possibly not find what you shot?
Screw the legality, how about the ethics?
1. There is no regulation that says you can't use a pistol grip shotgun while hunting. If your a hunter you should be reading the abstract and know this for sure.Just got a new shotgun for home defense but I'm wondering if I can legally use it for this hunting season since it has a pistol grip
In my opinion they are barely suitable for the actual intended purpose of home defense.Being honest? It took me a second read to realize it might be a "failure to communicate." My first thought was "you know those are developed for a specific purpose that makes them poorly suited to field work, right?"
I agree. Seems a few assumed op means pistol grip only. Op will have to clarify.There is no reason you can't put an accurate shot on target with a pistol grip shotgun. Not sure what everyone is smoking. As stated above i am assuming you are talking about pistol grip with stock.
Ok. That's impressive.Pistol grip only.
Was shooting target loads.
I'm 6'6 and 300 lb so bot a heavy lift
With smaller hands i can handle a shotgun much better with a pistol grip. I would imagine that is different for everyone. Im in the market to change out my 10/22 stock for the same reason.Personally, I find pistol grips on shotguns about as useful as a screen door on a submarine. But there's no reason why you can't hunt with one if that's your thing.