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Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by Dave P, Mar 18, 2012.

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  1. Dave P

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    I regularly shoot a BT-100 Browning. It took a while to get used too after shooting a Citori Plus for 20 years. But, today I had the opporunity to shoot a Ultra and a Cynergy, both unsingles. I was wondering what everyones opinion was. It took several rounds more to get used to the Ultra than the Cynergy. The recoil seemed less than with the Cynergy but then I didn't shoot either enough to get a good feel. Neither had a recoil device. Thoughts appreciated.
     
  2. GW22

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    Is there an actual problem with your BT-100 or do you just have extra money you need to get rid of?

    -Gary
     
  3. Barry C. Roach

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    For a single barrel trap, you probably already have the best of the three. If you want to shoot doubles then choose one of the others, probably the XT.
     
  4. Hank55

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    I agree with Barry, I've tried other guns also but always go back to the BT-100. The balance and feel fits me better than most of the more expensive guns. Save your money, you're shooting the best of the three!
     
  5. Dave P

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    Thanks for your thoughts
     
  6. StansCustoms

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    Keep things as simple as possible. If the BT shoots for you...put it in a safe place and don't let it get away.

    I would have given a BUNCH for an old beat up Broadway Trap I traded off one time....it had been customized by a west Texas oil man who abused it and scarred it up pretty bad. No one wanted it ...so I got a great deal on it. My first trap gun...I had NO IDEA how fine a gun it was till I traded it in on a newer pretty one. Bad Mistake...!!

    I even tried to get it back...I was too late..it was sold before I finally figured out how well it fit me, especially compared to the newer prettier one...

    A gun that fits and hits..is priceless. Many times the exact same gun doesn't shoot like it's brother...so replacement can be harder than you might think.

    Just my 2 cents..
    Good luck.. Stan
     
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