Modern Shotgunning by L.P. Brezny

Modern Shotgunning by L.P. Brezny :
Modern Shotgunning by L.P. Brezny :
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USA –  -( This book covers the basic development for shotgunning with steel shot right up to new smooth bore firearms developments of the day.

Never before information regarding load performance including down range measurements of payload packages and much more is contained in its pages. If you don’t learn something new from this book you can’t be taught much of anything.

What’s new in shotgunning? Everything!

Authored by noted shotgun and ballistics expert L.P. Brezny, Gun Digest Guide to Modern Shotgunning is the definitive volume on getting the most out of today’s wide array of premium shotguns and ammunition. This is truly a must-have volume for practiced wingshooters looking to maximize their ammunition, their shotgun, and their shooting performance.

  • How advances in non-toxic shells are changing shotgunning
  • Shot string performance from muzzle to target
  • Guns and chokes making the grade
  • 10-gauge vs. 12-gauge–the battle decided!
  • Easy-to-understand ballistics tables
  • And much, much more!

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About the Author L.P. Brezny:
With more than 50 years experience in the field and the testing lab, author L.P. Brezny is one of today’s most recognized shotgun experts and authors. He is a contributor to dozens of firearms publications, such as Wildfowl, Shotgun Sports, and Varmint Hunters, and he is a regular columnist in the Gun Digest annual. This is his second book with Gun Digest.

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Illie Csorba
Illie Csorba
3 years ago

Is anyone researching .30 caliber discarding sabot fin stabilized projectiles for 12 gauge shot guns? I own a AK12 that shoots all standard shotgun rounds including armour piercing slugs. 200 yards appears the limit of slug accuracy. I feel there is plenty of energy to be packed into a 12 gauge round with a light weight .30 caliber round to reach 2,000 ft. Per second. Fin stabilization should ensure accuracy. Anyone rsearching this?