This am went to my wife's grandpa's house to help him price some guns for a gun sale. I came home with a single shot .410 and a single shot 28 gauge for my sons to use. My question is my son will be 8 soon, he has shot a 22LR and a 22mag before, in comparison to the .22's how much more will theses kick? I was hoping he might be able to use one for mentored youth squirrel hunting. Of the two which kicks more? Which is the better starter caliber for small game the .410 or 28 gauge, I was started with a .20 gauge and quickly moved into 12 gauge so I have no experience with these. I have 2 young boys and just got them for them to use. Appreciate any info or help. Thanks.
good the .410 actually has a shorter stock so it will probably work better for him anyways, but I think we will try it first, thanks guys I appreciate it. I figured if I could save him a little kick I would. thank you very much.