Q) What gun would you recommend for duck hunting from a kayak?
A) For kayak hunting, where a short-barreled low-recoil semi-auto is needed, I don’t think you could go wrong with Beretta’s A-400 Xtreme in
Max-4 camo with a 26″ barrel. A slightly lighter and more maneuverable gun would be Benelli’s Super Black Eagle II in APG camo with a 24″ barrel.
There might be a little more recoil, but it handles wonderfully in tight situations like what you find kayak hunting on small bodies of water.
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Q) What are the most popular accessories for guns you sell to waterfowlers?
A) Most waterfowlers find themselves hauling a ton of gear with them when going to the field, and having your shotgun hung on your shoulder via a gun-sling frees up a hand to tote something else. Avery has two slings on the market, the Finisher sling and the Power Hunter sling, designed with a soft and stretchable neoprene that keeps it gripping, but not digging into your shoulder. I’ve been very satisfied with the Power Hunter slings that … Read More »
Q) What trends are you seeing this year in duck and goose guns?
A) This year’s trend in waterfowl guns is going bigger, better, faster. Browning has brought out their new A5 semi-auto in a 3.5″ offering. Beretta has the A-400 Xtreme with the recoil reducing Kick-Off System, a feature that saves the shoulder when shooting magnum shells. Remington’s Versa-Max combines similar technologies to what is found in several Benelli models, to create what might be the best designed gun on the market.
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Ladies and Gentlemen, I am so glad to announce a NEW AND IMPROVED AND MUCH LARGER Waterfowl Department that Green Top will feature in our new building this fall. With over four times the space in our new building as what the store has had in the past, many of our departments will be expanding and improving, and our Waterfowl Department will be growing by leaps and bounds. It’s a little late in the summer to be placing orders for this fall’s gear unfortunately, but I am reaching out right … Read More »