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Old 06-27-2014, 12:42 PM   #1
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Old 06-28-2014, 12:05 AM   #2
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With your requirements, including that LOP, I know of no factory non-custom shop gun that will fill the bill.

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Old 06-28-2014, 12:43 AM   #3
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I have a Caesar Guerini Summit Sporting. It has 32-inch barrels, isn't ported, has really nice wood with 26 lines per inch checkering, beautiful neo-modern engraving, palm-swell, adjustable trigger, and mine is a .20 gauge gun. It's purpose is breaking clays, period. That's what it was designed to do. I bought mine new for $3,600. I've seen them used for $2,800 to $3,200.

http://gueriniusa.com/shotguns/summit-sporting/

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What about the Beretta A400 in .20 gauge? You can get a 30-inch barrel on that.

http://www.gunsamerica.com/910335246/Beretta_A_400_XCEL_30_20ga_Sporting_Clays_gun.htm




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And I'd think Benelli would have something that fits your requirements as well.


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I can help you out!

Beretta A400 Xcel Sport

FAMILY:A400 Series MODEL:A400 Xcel Sporting TYPE:Shotgun ACTION:Semi-Auto FINISH:Blue STOCK/FRAME:Wood Stock STOCK/GRIPS:Select Walnut - Checkered CALIBER/GAUGE:20 Gauge BARREL:30" CHAMBER:3" CHOKE TUBES:External Optima-Choke HP RECEIVER:New Blue Aluminum Alloy SIGHTS:White Front/Steel Mid-Bead SAFETY:Reversible Safety Button ADDL INFO:Carry Case w/spacers & plates ADDL INFO:Includes 3 Chokes w/ Wrench ADDL INFO:Chrome Plated Trigger

Let me know if you're interested and I'll message you my price.

I could get the Browning Citori's in 30" or 32" but their barrels are ported.

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The Guerini has a 14.75 LOP. Buy the A400, with the kick off.


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There is a lot of O/U shotguns in your price range. Look at the Beretta 686 series. Also look at the Browning 725 Citori line. Both are fine shotguns.

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