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WTB youth 20ga

jkratz5

Super Moderator
Looking for a youth 20 gauge so I can get my little guy behind the trigger on a turkey next season. Let me know what you have and what you are looking to get for it
 

Slick

Active Member
This is a good option....I actually bought the adult version and changed the stock to fit him so he can use this gun into adulthood. He is 8 and weighs 65 pounds.

https://www.cheaperthandirt.com/tri...tage-timber-finish-24114/FC-713780241142.html

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muddy

Administrator
I bought a Remington 870 Youth model. It fits all 3 of my kids great. Alex could shoot it at age 7 and it still fits Abby at 11, and she's 100# and almost as tall as Bridget. When they grow out of it it will be a solid reaping gyn for myself.

As stated above buying an adult model and putting a smaller stock on is a great idea.
 

muddy

Administrator
I had to use some padding and athletic tape to build the stock up a bit. Made it really easy for the kids to settle in when shooting.
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Hawk32

Active Member
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I went with a Remington 11-87 youth for a little less recoil for 3 in turkey loads and slugs. Has adjustable shims to adjust length of pull and screw in chokes. Killed a pile of gobblers with it and lots of clay birds. Does pretty dang well with slugs too. Better than I would of thought. Got the youngest behind it now waiting for one of the 3 turd gobblers behind us to shut up and come in.
 

cybball

PMA Member
I had to use some padding and athletic tape to build the stock up a bit. Made it really easy for the kids to settle in when shooting.
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We did the exact same gun. Came with a slug barrel too which will come in handy this fall. Gun worked great and 870’s take a beating and keep going.


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jkratz5

Super Moderator
Thanks guys. I was thinking the 870 too. Like that Tristar option, looks like a sweet little gun!!!
 

muddy

Administrator
I looked at the 11-87 pretty hard as well but opted for the cheaper route. Either one will be GREAT.
 
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