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Here are what some say The Top 10 Trap Guns

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  1. WarEagle2017

    WarEagle2017 Active Member

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    And wait until you see which is Number 1
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dcDTPGZ8FoI
     
  2. claybrdr

    claybrdr Well-Known Member

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    Define "some". More than 2?
     
  3. WarEagle2017

    WarEagle2017 Active Member

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    No You define some. The proof in in the pudding. LOL
     
  4. The Stive

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    I liked the list. I shoot the Beretta 682 Gold E combo for trap and a 682 Gold
    E sporting for skeet. John
     
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    Does anyone know the criteria they used to come to those conclusions? Bulge.
     
  6. porky

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    When I looked for steps in the ribs of the O/U, there wern't any. So my conclusion is that these are specifically for sporting clays and maybe skeet. The drop on the combs was also an indicator that they weren't trap shotguns. I know that some had adjustable combs, but the lack of steps on the ribs showed the real usage.
     
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    I've seen 1 Miroku in 25 years. Seen more 391's than Cynergys
     
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    You have seen many miroku's, they are brownings on this side of the pond
     
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    You have seen many miroku's, they are brownings on this side of the pond
     
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    When I looked for steps in the ribs of the O/U, there wern't any. So my conclusion is that these are specifically for sporting clays and maybe skeet. The drop on the combs was also an indicator that they weren't trap shotguns. I know that some had adjustable combs, but the lack of steps on the ribs showed the real usage.
     
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    I've seen 1 Miroku in 25 years. Seen more 391's than Cynergys
     
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    You have seen many miroku's, they are brownings on this side of the pond
     
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    You have seen many miroku's, they are brownings on this side of the pond
     
  14. schutzemgud

    schutzemgud TS Member

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    I think this was a number six hook.
     
  15. goose2

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    None of this means shit if the wood don't fit. Most of these clowns doing the rating probably have never shouldered 2/3 of those guns.
     
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    guys this is a total BS video from some 12 year old with a cynergy. stop taking this "list" so seriously.
     
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    The best gun is the one you own and shoot well.
     
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