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FOUND ONE (WTB Starter Gun for New Female Shooter)

Discussion in 'Want to Buy/Trade Threads' started by Mike Michalski, Jul 12, 2013.

  1. Mike Michalski

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    Looking to start a new shooter, small of stature, in the shotgun sports. Maybe an 1100 or something similar and not too costly. PM please.
     
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    Where are you located ? You need to shoot it before you buy .
     
  3. Desert Hiker

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    1100 is a perfect fit for a new shooter. Minimum recoil, light weight, reliable. The only thing I didn't like about semi-autos is they are more time consuming to dismantle and clean. Ron
     
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    Cut the stock to fit her.
     
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    I bought a Beretta AL 2 for my wife and then had a gunfitter fit the gun for her. Sixteen years later she is still shooting it and shooting it well. You can find commercial 12 ga 3/4 ounce loads that perform extremely well and have minimal recoil. Desert Hiker is correct - they are not as easy to clean as an o/u but that is a small price to pay for what they offer for a new shooter. JPM
     
  6. Mike Michalski

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    Thanks for the responses guys. I'm in SE Michigan.