Whats a good shotgun to start out with? and why?I need to buy one but can't justify the 1k+ price tag on a benelli...I've been looking into used 1100's. What barrel length choke and mag capacity?I understand there are several that can get the job done, I'm not terribly brand loyal so lets not worry about offending anyone with mossy vs rem vs benelli...I can pick up a new Mossberg 930 for $500 so thats been my build price goal. Thats 18" and has no mag extension.I can also grab a used 1100 and extend the mag for about the same or less.What I want is a shotty I can start off with, learn with, build to suit. So I am looking for a good foundation and don't have unlimited funds to throw at the sport. I don't want a mag fed thats going to make me start off in open class...I haven't shot 3 gun yet but when I decided to start shooting comps 3 gun is what I wanted to do the most.
Did some searching but have a headache from all the nuances. So here goes.Production is a 9mm class yet a Production shooter can go to Limited 10, right?Is L10 based on major and minor? So that 9mm shooter has to load up to make Major pf or else do battle with Minor, right?I'm probably wrong somewhere thus far, but why would a 9mm Production shooter go to L10? Are they rare? Is L10 for the serious competitor a 40 or 45 game?At one of my first matches a SO put me in L10 (or maybe it was Limited) with my G34. Someone mentioned "you really ought to be in Production and not here" so off I went to Production, and I truly enjoy shooting against all Minor pf and changing mags like crazy.
I guess you're only cheating yourself but since USPSA is a game and people do cheat shouldn't a random chrono here or there be used?
speculating that somebody's load does not meet PF because it appears to be a powder puff load is a very dangerous position to take