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What's your brush gun

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I stopped hunting brush, sure it’s plentiful and easy to sneak up on ( if you watch the wind ) but I’ve found it to stringy and hard to chew, if I want that I’ll just eat Mrs Nomads cooking . 

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Right now it's my 12g. Ithaca Deerslayer 2. But I'm currently keeping my eyes open for a short carbine.

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No brush gun for me. I hunt with a .270 which likely won't hold together through any brush ....right? But that's ok. Most of my shots are fairly clear shooting lanes.

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What makes a gun a "brush" gun?  Small and easily maneuverable?  I know deflection is deflection whether its a 12g or 30-30.  I guess I would say my 30-30 because it is so easy to carry and shoulder being small.

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21 minutes ago, moog5050 said:

What makes a gun a "brush" gun?  Small and easily maneuverable?  I know deflection is deflection whether its a 12g or 30-30.  I guess I would say my 30-30 because it is so easy to carry and shoulder being small.

Thats how I interpreted the question

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8 minutes ago, The_Real_TCIII said:

Thats how I interpreted the question

You also entice gorillas to feed near the road.  I am sorry Tacks, but you have lost all credibility.

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3 hours ago, The_Real_TCIII said:

Thats how I interpreted the question

 

3 hours ago, moog5050 said:

What makes a gun a "brush" gun?  Small and easily maneuverable?  I know deflection is deflection whether its a 12g or 30-30.  I guess I would say my 30-30 because it is so easy to carry and shoulder being small.

What ever you feel works best for you  in thick woods /brush 

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3 hours ago, moog5050 said:

What makes a gun a "brush" gun?  Small and easily maneuverable?  I know deflection is deflection whether its a 12g or 30-30.  I guess I would say my 30-30 because it is so easy to carry and shoulder being small.

What ever you feel works best for you  in thick woods .

Could be because of a number of things .

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i don't have a "brush gun". my thoughts are nothing is really going to save you.  heavy flat nosed bullet with some HP behind it would help if even if negligible.


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