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Beretta 682 Gold E or Browning Citori Trap????

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by bigdogtx, Feb 22, 2012.

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  1. bigdogtx

    bigdogtx Well-Known Member

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    Beretta 682 Gold E or Browning Citori Trap?

    And most importantly why,,,,especially if you have shot both. I will be putting a recoil reducer or PFS (hate recoil),,,,,either gun will be bought used....

    Thanks.
     
  2. Rich219

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    682 Gold E. I've shot a Citori Plus since the day I started and shot a JEG 687 (same as the Gold E) and I'm still shocked at how natural the 68x guns feel as well as the quality.
     
  3. rautdr

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    Unless trigger work has been done, probably cleaner, crisper trigger pulls on the Berettas.
    Dan
     
  4. tomr1

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    You should change your subject to - Beretta 682 Gold E or Browning Citori Trap????

    It's a great question and I'm curious of the answers myself.
     
  5. bigdogtx

    bigdogtx Well-Known Member

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    How's that Tom? Ask and you shall receive. :D
     
  6. Shawn

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    I have shot both and much prefer the feel of the Beretta.

    That being said try them both.

    I am sure one will feel much better then the other for you.

    Shawn
     
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    for sale. More pics later. 34/30 combo. All the stuff
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    MIA.... why is it that you always have the things I want but can't afford?

    Mike
     
  9. mag410

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    My vote goes to the Beretta 682 Gold E.

    Why? First an foremost they suit my shooting style.

    Big plus is availability of parts and ease of maintenance.

    Barrels and stocks are "interchangeable" with minor fitting.

    Rebuild after 100,000 plus rounds, around $100.

    Michael Goines
     
  10. The Stive

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    I shoot a Gold E and I love it. John
     
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    I have a Beretta Gold E & a Browning Citori Trap & while both are good guns, I prefer the Beretta. I like the lower profile & out of the box, the triggers were better on the Beretta. A Browning would be less expensive if the money is an issue. John
     
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    I have a 682 Gold E Trap and love it. I have not been sorry for one second that I bought it.
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    I switched to the gold e from a kreighoff and am not sorry in the least. Good Luck and good shooting, Tim
     
  14. markc2

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    I have owed them both. Hands down I prefer the Beretta. Both are excellent guns and will serve the purpose, but the Beretta has a better feel for me and the triggers are better as stated previously. Beretta barrels have the edge if you ever buy an extra barrel. They generally interchange with only minor fitting. You need to shoot them both and see which suites your style of shooting. markc2
     
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    I own both, shot both, and love both. However the edge goes to the Beretta for me.
     
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