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Old 01-23-2012, 08:10 PM   #1
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Looking for a left hand friendly over under...Prefer not to spend more then a grand but not a deal breaker...Leaning towards a .20 guage youth for my short stubby arms , they just seem more natural to bring on target smoothly.

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Old 01-23-2012, 10:34 PM   #2
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my buddy just bought a mossberg silver series o/u at walmart for 490 his was a 12 but i know u can get them in 20 it shot great real smooth to swing you could also look for a used ruger red label or browning i own the ruger and it is a great shooter I personally prefer autos tho

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havent dealt much with the silver reserve series from mossberg recently but i do know they had some issues with constantly breaking firing pins as well as the gun firing when on safety, if you look around you should be able to find a decent used beretta or browning 0/U around 1,000.00

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Yeah im partial to brownings just love the feel and finish

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So I picked up a Beretta 686 O/U today , very happy with my decision.

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best of luck! started shooting clays with a 686E shooting 687L now in 12 and 20 great guns . mossys are ok, but you get what you pay for if you buy smart. just replaced my .410 500E with a rem 1100 picked up 10 birds a round. have fun!!!

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So I picked up a Beretta 686 O/U today , very happy with my decision.
Thats what I have at the moment
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So I picked up a Beretta 686 O/U today , very happy with my decision.
I'm a Browning guy, but the 686 series Beretta is one of the best guns on the market...
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I'm a Browning guy, but the 686 series Beretta is one of the best guns on the market...
looking hard at the new browning 725 sporter .feels good but i need another gun like i need more roids
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hahahahahahaha!! more roids...

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