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Old 04-22-2013, 12:31 PM   #11
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Any reviews on the weatherby sa-08?

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There's some over/unders, namely the cz line that are close to your range $800ish. Check galleryofguns.com they got some good stuff available

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I just shot 2 rounds of skeet yesterday. I was the only guy there with a semi-auto. Everyone had over-unders. There were no pumps the 3 hours I was there. My Beretta did fine though. It was me that sucked.


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Any reviews on the weatherby sa-08?
My girl has it.. Used to have it in 20ga but now in 12ga... Thing is light as hell!! Only about 6lbs.. Shoots smooth and no problems.. Comes with 2 pistons so that light and heavy loads feed all the time.. And for under 500 bucks u can't complain for a semi-auto shotgun..

Personally I have a berreta and would prob leave it home to take the weatherby to go for upland game with.. So light and maneuverable..
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My girl has it.. Used to have it in 20ga but now in 12ga... Thing is light as hell!! Only about 6lbs.. Shoots smooth and no problems.. Comes with 2 pistons so that light and heavy loads feed all the time.. And for under 500 bucks u can't complain for a semi-auto shotgun..

Personally I have a berreta and would prob leave it home to take the weatherby to go for upland game with.. So light and maneuverable..
That's exactly what I wanted to hear
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I was considering getting an O/U for clay shooting but after reading about some of the pros and cons of O/U I'm now thinking a semi auto. The weather by SA-08 looks appealing and the reviews look great. But are there any other suggestions or thoughts on shotgun models?
I would say which ever one you shoot best, hell I use a single barrel & I have all types of shotguns......................
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What are some good quality low price O/U shotguns for a casual clay shooter?

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What are some good quality low price O/U shotguns for a casual clay shooter?
I have a stoeger 12 gauge over under. I think I paid 300-350 for it, and I really like it
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I have a stoeger 12 gauge over under. I think I paid 300-350 for it, and I really like it
See I've only read bad reviews about stoegors.
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See I've only read bad reviews about stoegors.
If your really putting some shells out there, it may not be the best, but I have used it for dove hunting and casual clay shooting from time to time. Haven't had a problem yet
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