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  1. macttom

    macttom Member

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    Thanks, Tom
     
  2. Gary Ferrell

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    I have the UGB 25 sporting and it handles and balances great.Have no problems with it and have a friend who has the trap model and he really likes his.It is a very soft shooting gun and breaks targets hard.
     
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    Are the ribs on these adjustable for POI? Jerry
     
  4. JohnnyF903

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    Jerry,

    I have one of the trap models and it is a extremely good gun. No problems with it so far. I also have a friend with the sporting model and he likes the way it shoots. The guns do not have an adjustable rib. The trap model comes with the adjustable comb, adjustable lop and pad plate. The sporting model does not.

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    Johnny
     
  5. Jdwithsc

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    I have the sporting model and love it for the unique animal it is. My primary gun is a Kolar, and over unders are my personal preference, but the UGB handles very well, I never worry about its' loaded condition when I am lending it to a shooter in my group who needs a loaner, the bottom ejection is very civilized to neighboring shooters, and it never ceases to draw a small crowd when it is taken out of the case. They did not sell as anticipated, they do have a lot of small parts, and the Beretta rep at the NRA Annual Meeting told me that Beretta does not plan on making any more of them for the US. Knowing that, I still thought it would be a great piece to add to the collection, and I am glad I pulled the trigger on it, so to speak.
     
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    BigM-Perazzi Well-Known Member

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    "great piece to add to the collection"

    um, Browning recoiless,

    Ruger single barrel unsingle....
     
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    Use the SEARCH feature. You'll find many comments and opinions in the archives.
     
  8. macttom

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    Thanks to all.
     
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    Thanks to all.
     
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