At LFI-II, I shot a slug group with the tritium-bead sighted M500 Turkey gun at 50 yards that you could cover with your hand (admittedly, much to my surprise). I don't ask more precision of a shotgun than that, but I concede that there might be those who do.William R. Moore said:I find I have to disagree slightly with Snake on the sights. The factory rifle sights are a good thing, in case you do have to make a precison shot.
Quoted for truth! :thumbsup: They LOOK like a great idea in the Cheaperthandirt or Sportsman's Guide catalog, but put one on, load it up with shells and mount the shotgun fast. You only have to do it once to discover why this belongs in the Bad Idea Hall of Shame. :evil:Do not under any circumstances get one of those slings that double as an ammo carrier!