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Blaser F3

Discussion in 'Uncategorized Threads' started by gasman2, Mar 20, 2007.

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  1. gasman2

    gasman2 TS Member

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    How bad is the recoil. thinking about one for my wife. Any comments would be very help full. Thanks Mark
     
  2. claybrdr

    claybrdr Well-Known Member

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    Bad, at least the one I shot. Very light gun compared to the K80s, MX8s and Kolars and the light weight comes with a price. In fairness, it was not a Trap model and they may be substantially different.
     
  3. thewolf

    thewolf TS Member

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    The sporting models are light. The Trap models are within an oz or two of p/k guns. They released the sporting models first. Everybody tried them and now they have gotten the unfortionate rep as kickers. I shot one. They don't kick. The one I shot did not fit my giant mellon shaped head. This is a problem between me and my creater, no the Germans.
     
  4. johara1

    johara1 TS Member

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    i have both, unsingle and a double. recoil is not an issue.they are fast,very fast........jim
     
  5. cbxchris

    cbxchris Active Member

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    Trap version comes with heavier barrel and monte carlo stock. As stated its a heavier gun. My sporting model would be somewhat of a kicker if I didn`t use light loads for skeet or tubes. Two different guns for two very different purposes.
     
  6. Gayles57

    Gayles57 Member

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    Guys:

    How about a one or two paragraph write up on what you like and don't like about the trap versions. Shotgun sports had a very nice article on them. They appear to be innovative and well made. Some times advertising dollars influence a product review, it would be nice to read a review from an actual owner.

    Thanks

    Gayle
     
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