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EAA USSG mp310 sporting? Any Good

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by nepistolman, Aug 31, 2013.

  1. nepistolman

    nepistolman Member

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    Hello to all you trap shooters. My son is going to shoot trap next year. He is 11yrs old and I am a FFL holder and been looking for a decent gun but money always has to be an issue. I am looking at a EAA sporting and was wanting to get your opinions on them. What I have read they are built like a tank but crappy cosmetic wise. All opinions will be appreciated!
    Thanks
     
  2. Sky Buster

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    If it's made in Turkey, stay away. Find a good used 1100
    or 391 Beretta instead.
     
  3. EuroJoe

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    any GOOD used gun is a better deal than new trash, won't lose much money if he doesn't like it
     
  4. nepistolman

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    Thanks for your opinions. I really appreciate it. I thought the same about getting a 1100 or something but when a child is shooting the easier the better in my thoughts. It is a baikal 310 and they are made in russia and suppossed to be built like a tank there just not pretty looking but not buying to hang on the wall. Thats just what I have read on shotgunworld and different forums but thought I would get your opinions. THanks
     
  5. Pull_It

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    I mostly own Browning shotguns. But I bought a new 20 Ga MP310 last year for upland. I was looking for an over under I could beat up. The gun serves its purpose just fine. I've taken it to shoot trap. I went today and shot better than the guys with more expensive guns. This won't be a collector gun but sometimes a gun is just meant to shoot/hunt with.

    My only complaint is that it's still very tight even after firing 700+ rounds through it.
     
  6. Oregunner

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    I have that gun. It is a tank, and I'm guessing that unless your 11 year old is very large, it is too much gun for him to hold up for any length of time. I only paid a few hundred dollars for mine, and haven't had any issues with it. I use it as a loaner gun (for big people) Mark
     
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