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90t vs beretta 682 x trap

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by ljutic148, Feb 13, 2012.

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  1. ljutic148

    ljutic148 Member

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    What would you rather shoot? a Remington 90 t or a Beretta 682 x trap? i have found that i like both and bot hare great guns. i think that i will keep shooting the 90 t though
     
  2. kolar1000

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    I have owned both. Will take the 90T hands down.
     
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    Have had both. Still have the 90T. It'll go in the box next to me.
     
  5. joe90t

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    90T ALL The Way !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!joe90t
     
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    90T......
     
  8. joe90t

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    90T ALL the WAY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
     
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    the "T"

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  10. Stl Flyn

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    Yep, 90T.

    I am suprised at Joe's answer, twice. LOL
     
  11. Beretta687EELL

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    I own both ... 90-T. Bill Malcolm
     
  12. short shucker

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    I like both and still have a couple of 682X's. It's hard to shoot doubles with a 90T!

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  13. W.P.T.

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    I picked up a 90-T at an estate sale, the gun was brand new as in never fired ... I shot a round with it and really liked it but in the mean time I bought another Perazzi Combo set so I sold the 90-T ... I will probably kick myself for not keeping the 90-T, but thats the way is goes and it won't be the first time ... WPT ... (YAC) ...
     
  14. Leo

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    I like the 90T, but I shoot doubles and sporting clays also. The 682 has never let me down.
     
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    I've owned both also, but prefer the 90-T. Dale
     
  16. ljutic148

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    I love my 90-t and i shoot doubles with a Browning xt because the 682 doesnt have O/U barrels. i think the 90-t is the best fit because the first time i shot it was in a competiton and hit a pair of 97s
     
  17. cubancigar2000

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    Not what Jim " Llano bill" wants to hear but - I looked at the Berettas and if I were to buy one it would also be the 680 series vs the 682E. However I bought a 90T because of the weight. I shoot games with big shells and the beretta just beat me up. I think the 90T will outlast it also considering what I shoot in it.
     
  18. ljutic148

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    looks like 90-t wins by a long shot
     
  19. Gapper

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    On here anyway.
     
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    Is a 90T hard to find in excellent condition?
     
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