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Any lefty 410 OU for sale?

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by mark936, Aug 20, 2013.

  1. mark936

    mark936 Member

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    Reasonably priced with longish LOP?

    Any suggestions on which 410 barrel lengths are best for trap?

    Which ones to stay away from? Thx
     
  2. ljuticsscentennialpro

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    First of all, shooting trap with subgauges can be a lot of fun. We have club subgauge trap shoots and subgauge pot shoots which are a real hoot. There are different ways to do this. If you want a true lefty gun it will not be cheap. Cove Creek Outfitter's has a Browning 625 Golden Clays LEFT HAND 410 W/32" barrels, and long length of pull for $4K. For trap I'd go with the longer 30-32" barrels which are not as whippy. If you already have a 12 gauge trap gun that you like to shoot, you could get Briley 410 tubes for about $300 a barrel. They can also put in a 3" chamber. For trap, 3" 410 shells work much better than 2 1/2". You have to consider the extra weight of the tubes in a 12 gauge, especially an O/U. Briley Ultralites add less weight. Unless you really have to go with 410, a much better subgauge to shoot trap with is 28 gauge. Easier to get hulls, easier to reload, and a much better pattern. You'll really need to reload the subgauges due to cost of ammo. Sort your hulls by length when reloading subgauges or you may lose your mind. Have fun. Bob
     
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    Guns Unlimited in Omaha has 32-inch 410 Browning Citoris in stock.

    Perazzi has 32-inch 410 which they can provide with left-hand stocks.

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  4. Mike Battista

    Mike Battista Well-Known Member Supporting Vendor

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    Have a Beretta 686 SP-1 in 410 ga, 28" barrels, choke tubes, neutral stock here.PM sent with price.
    Mike Battista
    727 410 5212