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Citori vs 1100

Discussion in 'Uncategorized Threads' started by spritc, Jun 8, 2008.

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  1. spritc

    spritc Active Member

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    For skeet or sporting clays?
     
  2. Chichay

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    Being that I reload, the Citori gets the nod.
     
  3. halfmile

    halfmile Well-Known Member

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    The only negative is the 26 inch barrels. Gun for gun, it's no contest.

    700 collar gun or 1300 dollar gun, no brainer.

    I shoot a Citori 4 barrel set, but usually an 1100 for 12 guage.

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  4. CharlesK80

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    1100. And you will be able to quickly and fairly sell it when the time comes. 28 gauge is fun to shoot. Expensive, but fun.
     
  5. bigbore613

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    1100 28ga are DAMN finicky about reloads. The Citori is also an excellent Bird gun if it has screw chokes. Jeff
     
  6. Bob_K

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    For target work, the Citori will be the better gun, even with the 26" barrel. It is heavier than the 1100, and the weight allows momemtun to help you continue your swing. Futher, the O/U allows you to recover your hulls for either reloading or to sell. Neither gun in 28 ga will have any recoil to speak of. Both guns will hold their value. Either way, the 28 ga is fun to shoot, but you better reload unless money is no object.
     
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