mark3smle: Well, Grandpa Terril is in the hospital recovering from knee surgery. He is
featured in several videos and went and bashed his knee into a cypress knee
in the woods a year back. He wants out of the hospital now but I am sure
its just to keep the deer out of his garden.
K Ferndes: The Tamer stock must be too hard for 20 gauges. Other H & R shotguns models
have 22 inch barrels and good recoil pads. The Tamer in .410 is better.
The .410 version is a dramatic drop in ballistics. However, the set up for
the shotgun is better suited towards the smaller caliber.I like keep
adapters in the butt stock shell holder. 9mm & .22 cal.
James Gaul: Where are your glasses, to protect your eyes?!
turk72: Stock looks a bit short for you.
mark3smle: I wish more of my videos were like this one but I will take what I can get.
Blake Hobson: You kitty it's a 20 I'm 13. And shoot a 12
tazhawn jones: Next time hold it tighter and lean into the shot
Oldcoinsandstuff1: Thanks for replying, I'll continue to check into this but I did call
Harrington and Richardson and they said they don't recommend shooting slugs
in modified, full, ex full, or improved cyl. My gun is modified and I
really don't want to chop it because it's a like new 1970s jr model.
Adam Thacker: All you idiots commenting on how wussy he is and how tough you are have
never shot this type of gun and don't know how physics work. The gauge is
only part of the equation. A 5.5 lb 20 gauge with will kick much harder
than your 7+ lb 12 gauge. Now add to that no recoil pad and shooting slugs
and it's worse. If you kids are so tough go get a cheap Rossi 20 gauge and
report back after 1 box of slugs.
cronos222: I'm not sure if you know about it or if someone has mentioned it but ATI
makes an AR type tactical stock & rubber recoil pad for this gun and it
made mine ALOT more fun to shoot .
AndyAbez: gun is to low on the shoulder. Bring the gun to the cheek and shoulder
behind not the cheek to the gun
UltraBeastGaming: 20 gauge is my fave gun over all
james cottrell: You can always get a .410 insert. Then have the option of 20 or .410.
Oldcoinsandstuff1: What choke does that gun have?? I destroyed a nef 12 ga that had a modified
choke by shooting slugs out of it
The Joe Proffitt Channel: Cheap fun gun
mark3smle: Thanks James!
mark3smle: Yeah, it is actually better with both slugs and shot offhand because the
recoil goes throughout the body rather just right into the shoulder form
the bench. The gun works but its light :)
Hobgoblin4350: It's a light weight gun with a heavy charge, lots of recoil.
mark3smle: ill keep that in mind
mark3smle: Yeah. Never thought I could hit anything at 100 yards. The spot on my
forehead is infected now. Shoulder is fine. Its not bad standing up.
787theninja: Thanks, very informative.
mark3smle: I would have gone with the 410 because you can carry more rounds. On the
other hand, you do have less range and less shot or slug to throw at what
you are shooting at.
BOHEMIANHUNTINGCLUB: Good looking Shotgun! Nice review! james
pattymcg101: great video and information
1911rocsoe: I enjoyed the video. If I may, some advise. Speak up and where are your
tcarp1616: Good stuff man tanks for showing the effects of the recoil. Like you said
it's a survival rifle.
carl clay: Whats all them ouches about dont be a pus
mark3smle: I tried, Thanks Patty
Captain .Phillips: Very cool gun! It looks like the rounds are falling out backwards. I would
recommend putting the shell the opposite way around.
mark3smle: Easy to carry. A bit hard to handle sometimes. But hey. its a survival gun
mark3smle: H&R never made fancy stuff, but always very functional
mark3smle: Thanks greg. I put a bit of work into this one. I doubt I will shoot it
much if at all. Its a great weapon but I am ready to moveo n.
mark3smle: you try doing it from a bench with a bad shoulder.
mark3smle: I tried that method but I had alot of trouble getting the rounds as there
isnt alot of space to get it out once you put it in.
mark3smle: I thank you for watching and giving me an honest criticism. Some of my
newer videos show this angle but now I am starting to use the two camera
mode in which I put one on the gun and I, and another independently to show
impact on the target . But having the primary camera behind me to not only
demonstrate recoil but also range is a better idea. I will make sure to
incorporate that from now on. I did a new shooting vid on the colt navy but
now that you say that I want to remake it.
TheShermandale: Nice new gun, my friend.
james cottrell: You can put a insert in a 20 and shoot a 410. not the other way around.
Better off with a 20.
mark3smle: the .410 has been called either a beginners gun or an experts gun. Its easy
on recoil but also harder to hit the same targets with because of the small
shot size. Having said that, I want one.
1957Shep: Had avery similar H&R when I was a kid. They are a decent little shotgun.
MommaTully: Nice review but I have to say I don't think I want to ever try this you
said ouch too much
mark3smle: perhaps, but 12 gauge weighs more and in such a light gun like this the
recoil wouldnt be too good. Its already pretty bad with the 20.
Slate Boggs: he just has a bad shoulder plus he was using a slug sooo....
mark3smle: its very high quality. H&R never made junk. They just make it simple and
harder to break. Glad you enjoyed the review.
UltimateBrownEye: Good video but it needs a sling and you would be better off with a 12 gauge
than a 20. They have alot more types of amno than 20 gauge
mark3smle: Most shotguns are harsh from the bench.
resculptit: Maybe a shot or two filmed as you did - at the shooter. But I'd like to see
the shot from behind the shooter to get an idea of what it is like. The
"kick" is a personal problem - not a gun problem. Every shotgun owner knows
that. And as you said, you've never shot this gun before with slugs. But
Please show the shot from behind looking toward the target. That will give
us an idea of range and impact and 'back-dusting' after the target is hit
Harry Jack Graybill: My girlfriend recently bought the .410 model on 3 inch chamber she loves
it. Home defence or hunting.
Brian Geiswite: You need to pull the gun into your shoulder tighter. It will help with the
recoil and flinch. Not as much flinch but it won't hurt so you won't have a
need to flinch
hempseedaddict: Ouch! Geez man, gave blood for that vid! Interesting about shotguns and
distance though. How's yer face and your shoulder?
cltinseattle1: All them ouches have me thinking maybe I should get the .410 bore.
Cert: Building stuff is always in my family gene. My dad is a new york auto technician and taught me everything I need to know about cars. Now I sell car parts online to suppliment my income. So it does help when there's good guidance.
H&R Tamer 20 gauge Shotgun: Lightweight Survival Option4.4
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