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    Default Licensing another 12G pump

    Good day all!

    Has anyone successfully licensed another 12G pump on their name?

    I currently have a 1300 on Sec 15 but would like a backup pump.

    I do have DSS with NHSA but cannot see how I would motivate for a secondary.

    Any tips?

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    Default Re: Licensing another 12G pump

    I have also been toying with the idea and will follow this thread...

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    Default Re: Licensing another 12G pump

    Optics on the second one?

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    Default Re: Licensing another 12G pump

    Anyone...?

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    Default Re: Licensing another 12G pump

    Quote Originally Posted by TheFogg View Post
    Optics on the second one?
    i.e. the new shottie can take optics whereas my current one cannot?

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    Maybe if the one has an 18" barrel and next has 28" barrel. Can say shorter one for shooting steel plates and warthog at close range. The longer one for hunting birds and shooting clays

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    Quote Originally Posted by noost View Post
    i.e. the new shottie can take optics whereas my current one cannot?
    Sorry, I missed your question. Yes, you could motivate that you plan to permanently attach optics on one and will keep the other as open sights.

    You mentioned you’re dedicated with NHSA, and so maybe use the open sights setup for clays and the optics setup for steel?

    Or as Andre said, if the shotties have different barrel lengths then use the longer barrel for hunting and the shorter one for sports.

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