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citori xt vs berreta 682 gold e

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by Carbum, Dec 3, 2012.

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  1. Carbum

    Carbum TS Member

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    Which is the best trap gun ?
     
  2. GW22

    GW22 Active Member

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    They are very different. You have to try both and decide for yourself, that's all there is to it.

    -Gary
     
  3. goose2

    goose2 Well-Known Member

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    I have owned both and out of the two the Beretta had much better fit and finish.
    I never had to use Beretta service but I know Browning service sucks.
     
  4. Shoot n Holler

    Shoot n Holler Active Member

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    Have and do own both. Balance is better on the Beretta and the trigger is way better. I have had great service from both at the grand and Ohio. I do feel the Beretta 682 gold e is the better gun of the two.


    Mark
     
  5. shrek

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    as mentioned by others above, I agree that they are two very different handling guns.

    Probably depends on an individuals preference.

    I did not get a long with the xt I had for about a year.

    I have shot a 682 gold E a few different times and would like to get one of my own.
     
  6. jbifulco

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    I to have owned both. While I am a Browning fan the XT, for me at least, feels like a two by four. The Beretta points and swings like a dream. I also think the fit and finish is much nicer on the 682 Gold E.

    I would strongly suggest you try and shoot both before you buy, they are very different.

    Joe
     
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