Of Love and Shotguns: The Cynergy Likes to Swing
She barked, just once, as that’s all it took. The explosive sound cut through the wind as she made her presence known in an instant. A flurry of feathers quickly swept off into the distance, a rooster returned to earth only to be brought to hand by a wagging tongue and quivering tail. The Browning Cynergy Field barks alright, in all the right ways.
I first danced with this pretty girl at the gun club. We took things slow and I broke a few clays that were laid up nice and easy from the trap house. But we just couldn’t keep our hands off each other and our relationship soon escalated to a fast and furious romance at the 5 stand course. She knew just how to make me smile.
With classic pheasant, duck and bird dog high-relief engravings on the 3 respective sides of the receiver, and a trigger pull that fit me just right, I knew this was meant to last, she was more than just good looks – she had a substance, class, and style all her own.
Being a one gal type of guy, it was important to me that we’d get along no matter where we were. And with her weighing in at just over 7 lbs., having the ability to handle 3” rounds while possessing a low profile ventilated top meant I could swing her anywhere from Minnesota to Arkansas.
Unfortunately, just like any young romance, her impact ejectors will eventually toss me to the dirt and with the conclusion of my Rooster Road Trip, so too will our relationship come to an end. But like any true love, I won’t give up until I’ve saved enough pennies to bring her back into my life.
I just hope my bird dog doesn’t get jealous.
The Over/Under blog is written by Andrew Vavra, Pheasants Forever’s Marketing Specialist.
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