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Beretta DT10 or Caesar Guerini Summit?

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by JD Jake, Mar 25, 2010.

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  1. JD Jake

    JD Jake Member

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    I'm considering the top single models of each of these guns. Taking out the answer of get the one that fits you best, which do you think is better and why?

    For anyone who has owned a DT10 top single, how did you like it? How was its point of impact? Does it take steel-based shells? Also, I've seen a thread indicating problems with the forearm cracking. Did you have that problem?

    Thanks,

    JD
     
  2. 100after9

    100after9 TS Member

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    A friend of mine shot a DT went to a K80 ... I shoot a Caesar and would not trade it for anything not only is it a smooth gun the service behind it is the best!!!
     
  3. tuscarora 99

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    Can't comment on the Dt-10 since i have never owned and or shot one, but i do love my guerrini. Its a very smooth gun, but if you are used to shooting a very heavy gun, then the guerrini will most likely take some time getting used to. The recoil isnt a problem, and the customer service is definitely second to none.

    Sincerely, Osker Reynolds
     
  4. Tony Fortino

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    DT10's are very fine guns, I have fired one before and it was great pointing and had almost no recoil. Leo Harrison shoots one and he's the best to me thats enough said. Caesars in my experience are well made guns also, slightly less reliable than the DT10 but still a great gun. Recoil for the Caesar though has been varied in experience with me. I'll find one that kicks like a mule and a another thats like shooting a BB gun, nothing a dead mule won't solve if there's an issue. Customer service is fine for both so I've heard and delt with Beretta. It's all in what you can shoot, TESTFIRE TESTFIRE TESTFIRE TESTFIRE, plus there's a little price difference.

    Thomas A Fortino (not tony)
     
  5. hrosik123

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    The Guerini is a fine looking gun. Someone else on this thread commented on Guerini's service. I beg to differ. My brother owns a Magnus O/U that the stock cracked after 1000 rounds. We sent the gun back to be taken care of. Two weeks later with no gun (we live two hours from the U.S. factory) still no gun. When I called they were repairing the stock. As anyone knows a repaired stock destroys the re-sale value of the gun. Finally they put new wood on the gun. Numerous e-mails were sent to have them install a release trigger and still they asked if it was to be installed. After three weeks the gun came back and it looked as if a first year apprentice had fitted the stock. Gouges and scratches were all over the stock, and the wood was no where as nice as the wood my brother picked out at the factory. Needless to say the gun is being returned to be done properly. Guerini is Italian wich makes the saying Caveat Emptor very fitting. For those not fluent in Latin it means buyer beware. Buy the DT-10
     
  6. kraiza

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    I don't have a DT10 but I do have a 687 and a 682 combo. The rib high is the same as the DT10. My Beretta shoot very good and they are keepers. My main trap gun is CG Summit Trap combo. I like the higher rib and as long as the gun fits the recoil is low. I had no trouble with CG service dept. I own 3 CG guns and all of them are flawless. The trap gun has over 30k and the sporting gun 10k+. I do shoot my gun, but I do take care of them like they are my kids.
     
  7. KEYBEAR

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    The Caesar Guerini may be a fine shotgun I have no idea (and never will ) . What makes me smile is the happy customers . They are happy and that is good .

    The Caesar Guerini is not a Perazzi not a K-80 and not a Silver Seitz . What it is is a upgrade Browning or maybe not . (Really time will tell)

    Service is a good thing if you need it I never have but then I,v never had a Caesar Guerini .
     
  8. jdsfarms

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    I have a DT-10 and am very happy with it,It has had thousands of rounds through it I don't know how customer service is at Beretta because nothing has ever needed to be fixed,that speaks for itself.Jerry
     
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