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Old 01-02-2013, 05:22 PM   #11 (permalink)
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I don't know the date yet. They don't know either. As far as walz I don't think he is looking for a gun but earon was really impressed with the flame job he did on my gun and the box Sheridan that walz is currently working on. I figure you may as well drag walz for a road trip since you guy are from the same city.
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Old 01-02-2013, 05:48 PM   #12 (permalink)
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Bigtuana, try to handle/shoot a left feed duck before you purchasing one.

I shoot my redux right handed and when I tried to handle lucky ducks left feed ducks I have a harder time with the rocking motion shooting it right handed.

I would imagine this wouldn't be a problem for left handed shooters but just something to keep in mind since it will be different.
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I don't know the date yet. They don't know either. As far as walz I don't think he is looking for a gun but earon was really impressed with the flame job he did on my gun and the box Sheridan that walz is currently working on. I figure you may as well drag walz for a road trip since you guy are from the same city.
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Bigtuana, try to handle/shoot a left feed duck before you purchasing one.

I shoot my redux right handed and when I tried to handle lucky ducks left feed ducks I have a harder time with the rocking motion shooting it right handed.

I would imagine this wouldn't be a problem for left handed shooters but just something to keep in mind since it will be different.
That's why I want to head down there: Hold the different options in my hand and find out what suits me best Does lucky duck have pictures of his duck here somewhere?
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There are a couple pictures on this video. Both sides are after Paul is talking. It's a mini slam left feed.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q6cb2_FcsbQ

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Personally I like look and feel of standard ducks with in grip twist changers.
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I like the baby duck look but I have a feeling the standard duck would shoot better and perhaps a bit more efficient.
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Old 01-04-2013, 10:06 PM   #17 (permalink)
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I like the baby duck look but I have a feeling the standard duck would shoot better and perhaps a bit more efficient.
Yes but baby ducks are awesome!
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Old 01-04-2013, 10:08 PM   #18 (permalink)
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Yes but baby ducks are awesome!
baby ducks are overrated :-P
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baby ducks are overrated :-P
I agree but they are still awesome. I prefer full size ducks and would probably never buy a baby duck unless is was weasel's setup or should I say Chef's setup. Then you get the look but the standard length performance.
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