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k 80 32 vs 34

Discussion in 'Uncategorized Threads' started by Brian Young, May 5, 2007.

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  1. Brian Young

    Brian Young TS Member

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    anyone had a side by side comparison of 32 vs 34 sporting barrels.

    I have the 32 fixed choke and I waa thinking about adding a pair
     
  2. bubbaw

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    Yes, I have owned both. I'm shooting the 34", sold off the 32" barrels. I prefer the 34's. For me, they swing better. They were the same weight as the lite 32" barrels. Take care and shoot well. William
     
  3. Dove Commander

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    When I tried 34's I didn't like them. Shoot a Mod 21 trap on sporting w/ 32" barrels now. Tried out an MX2000 34". Just felt too long, especially on close targets. You should have the posters qualify their capabilites (classifications). I wouldn't rely on too much experienced knowledge about this here. Trap OK, sporting is differant.
     
  4. BAD 303

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    If you want to sell the 32" barrel let me know.Also where are you getting the 34" and are they fixed or choke tubes?I would like to have a set to try as well.THANKS
     
  5. bubbaw

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    My 34's came fixed choke .22 and .30 and they were .740 bore. I believe they all come about this restriction. I had Briley install thin wall chokes. They take some time to get use to, and I will be the first to admit that 34" barrels are not for everyone. As far as classification, I am a Master Class Sporting Clays shooter. Take care and shoot well.... William
     
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