shotgunner

shotgunner

(ˈʃɒtˌɡʌnə)
n
(Firearms, Gunnery, Ordnance & Artillery) a person who is skilled with a shotgun
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Dad was an awesome shotgunner and a great horseman, but I doubt he'd ever fired a centerfire rifle in his life.
I'm not a very good shotgunner, so that's as good as I ever do--actually, I usually don't do that well.
Each time I take the green Remington sock off of that old gun and smell the burnt powder and oil, I recall fond memories about conversations Ron and I had and think about how much he helped me become a better shotgunner.
For the target shooter, avid hunter or shotgunner, consider a gift membership to a local gun, trap or archery club.
My late friend, Earl MacDonald, was a very accomplished shotgunner.
While the Ultimate Anatomy Organ Buck isn't designed for shooting with a firearm, it's easy to see how just looking at it from both sides can help a rifleman or shotgunner gain confidence in choosing an aiming point.
Doc Leonard, himself an avid shotgunner and bowhunter, along with his University of Minnesota research team led by Dr.
My first thought was that someone had just poached the buck I was after, because rifle season wasn't open and it didn't sound like a shotgunner hunting waterfowl.
Chukar are well known by dedicated bird hunters for their ability to run uphill faster than a human can walk, or take to wing and sail downhill at speeds that make it difficult for even the best shotgunner to get on these birds as they drop 500 to 1,000 feet in a matter of seconds.
A: My Peltor Shotgunner muffs are sporting a set of J.
The second pair of 9mm's hit the second shotgunner in the chest and arm, and he too dropped his weapon and collapsed.
Although my dad was more of a shotgunner than a rifle guy, he took almost all of his big game with a Model 70 Featherweight in .