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Caesar Guerini?

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by ihartm, Jan 12, 2009.

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  1. ihartm

    ihartm TS Member

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    If you were to purchase a Caesar Guerini Summit Trap and presently you are only shooting singles with the possiblity of doubles in the future would you opt to purchase the the unsingle intially and purchase the O/U at a later date. or purchase the O/U only; or jump in and get the combo from the get go.? Any other suggestions on any other particular gun would also be appreciate, not being higher in cost then the CG.
    I.Hartman
     
  2. fletcher

    fletcher TS Member

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    I bought the un single Loved it was going to get the o/u fit at the Grand 2008 and couldn't wait bought a combo at the state shoot just love the two of them. Buy it I don't think you will be un happy go combo from the start saves time and worries.
     
  3. W.P.T.

    W.P.T. TS Member

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    I looked at a Guerini and the gun just did not feel right to me after handling Perazzi's and Model 12's for all these years ... Nice gun, just not the same ... WPT ... (YAC) ...
     
  4. Dr. Honk

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    I bought the combo last year in a 34/32. You can always purchase the unsingle first and the OU later with out worrying about the OU barrels fitting on the frame. The choice is up to you. If you are serious about shooting doubles I would go with the combo.

    One thing to consider is you will need to purchase a combo case if you purchase the unsingle first.

    Great gun. It is in for the first "Pit Stop" now.

    Dr. Honk
     
  5. acss

    acss Well-Known Member Supporting Vendor

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    is there really that much differance from an unsingle vs a o/u we weighed out a dt10 and there was virtually no diff other than the extra choke on the o/u. so why do we spend the xtra $
     
  6. Dove Commander

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    MIA, the CG gun has to be very similiar in wind resistance to the new K-80, or the MX 10 or MX 2000. I shot in some pretty good wind last year with a MX 2000, and didn't notice it. Or are you talking about something else?
     
  7. kraiza

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    I have a CG Summit Trap unsingle frist and then got the O/U. I don't use the O/U much but when I want to shoot doubles you do need it. If I had to do it again I would get the combo frist it will save you about $400.
     
  8. jbrucejr

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    I bought the combo, because I do plan to start shooting doubles. I too had considered buying an unsingle and adding the OU but figured I would just bite the bullet (shell?) and do it all at once.

    You might want to look at the thread I posted above that is about opinions of the CG trap guns.

    John
     
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