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One of Lenny's Best
Lil' C - Port Orchard, Washington (my profile)
I own over a dozen DVDs from Lenny Magill Productions, and "Mastering the Combat Shotgun" may be Lenny's best one. This three-disc set is an entertaining and comprehensive orientation to practical shotgun operation and skills, with special attention paid to self-defense/home-defense shooting. Lenny's clear, personable, matter-of-fact style makes this video fun and enjoyable to watch for the full 240 minutes. The program starts with fundamentals of shotgun safety, handling, and mounting. Guest gunsmith Robert Soldenski takes down a series of popular scattergun models. Then the action moves to a series of indoor and outdoor range tests with different ammo loads, including penetration tests. Many shotgun owners can benefit from checking out this program. It also makes a nice compantion piece to "Jim Clark: Combat Shotgun".
A lot of interesting topics but beware if you own an 870
Charles U - Honolulu, Hawaii (my profile)
An great video on tactics and ammo and delivers everything advertised except....field stripping a remington 870, which is a big reason I bought the video.
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