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Old 11-20-2011, 08:08 PM   #1
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couldn't ask for a better sub-gauge gun!! The last of the Weatherby O/U's built by SKB of Japan. This one is the 20ga/28" Orion Classic III with hand-rubbed English walnut furniture. I use it primarily for sporting clays, and it makes a terrific, fast handling skeet gun. Top it off with some custom Carlson's choke tubes SK/IC and begin to smash some orange clay!!

Hope I do as well with my new 20 gauge Citori. Sitting in the gunsmith's shop waiting for a new Pachmyar rubber shoe...













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Old 11-21-2011, 12:33 AM   #2
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pretty gun! never used an skb. like my berettas trap skeet and sporting like seeing posts for other than 870 and 500 nothing wrong with either one but when you move to the mid and upper grade guns its a whole differnt world



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just a thought but im in the same boat 2 nice 20 ga i have an early beretta 687 26 in and a 686 onyx pro with 28 in need 2 20 gauge like more roids but just cant part with either one and i need to free up some cash i want a 682 in 12. damn guns there killing my retirement

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Damn nice clay breaker.
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thanks guys, it's a nice little gun and so easy to shoot well. Too bad SKB bought the farm...



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