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Anyone Shoot a Browning Special Trap?

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by halfmile, Mar 23, 2013.

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  1. halfmile

    halfmile Well-Known Member

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    I like the configuration, slimmer forend and lower rib than the original Citori.

    Nothing new about the innards, Miroku has made several million.

    HM
     
  2. RLC323

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    My son shoots one. Nice 30" that he really likes and shoots well. He can't afford to shoot a lot of registered targets (and won't let me pay his way, lol). His does not have an adjustable comb and he refuses to switch out the 20+ year old recoil pad for a new kickeeze in my cabinet.

    I have shot it a few times, nice balance. Choke tubes make it easy to find the right pattern for your yardage. I like Briley tubes and so he inherited a couple of mine. Not sure he ever noticed.

    If I was getting one from a seller I would have someone good (Phillip probably) check the trigger pull and set at around 4 pounds. Most any brand aftermarket choke tubes give you more options than the Browning originals.
     
  3. greta500

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    I have had a special trap since 1992 and have put at least 250,000 shells thuu it with

    No problems

    I have it gone over once a year.


    It is a fine gun.


    Greta Cesario
     
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