Dove hunting in Argentina is the perfect excuse to try out several rifles alongside with the rest of your hunting gear and accessories. The shooting practice before coming out of the wild, helps you to make sure your gun is shooting well and you learn the basic functions, besides the amount of pressure needed for the trigger to fire and find out the Scope Mounting specific to your scope and firearm.
In addition to, using a small size of ammo, like 6, 7.5 or up to 9, helps to not disintegrate the small birds when you are dove hunting.
Since they move fast, use an auto-loader shotgun. This enables you to fire three to four times in a very short time before the doves get out of reach or hide again.
However, some bold hunters that love the sporty side of dove hunting may prefer to use calibres with mounted sights to practice and improve their marksmanship skills; though, being small and fast, doves are a tough target to shoot this way. Hunters with large caliber rifles could also use pellet ammo, which spreads the target area, but still requires excellent marksman skills.
Argentina dove hunting trips are perfect to try out several shotguns or rifles alongside with the rest of your hunting gear, so bring your dearest guns, or use local guns provided by your tour company (we might even the same brands and types as you do back home). Always do some shooting practice before coming out to the wild, to make sure your gun is shooting well and you learn the basic functions, the amount of pressure needed for the trigger to fire, etc.
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