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K-80 Pro Sporter and Blaser F3 Super Sport...

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by Slugo, Jun 18, 2011.

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  1. Slugo

    Slugo Member

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    now it's time to test drive a CG Summit Impact. I much preferred the Blaser to the K-80. More infinite adjustments and better balanced IMHO. Prefer a 30" gun for the ability to shoot all three games. The CG Impact reports have been very positive by all accounts.

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    Any comments!?!
     
  2. Dr.Longshot

    Dr.Longshot Banned Banned

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    I am having the 34" inch Impact "T" O/U Bbls fitted to my gun as I write this.
    I hope to get it back so I can shoot the Ohio STATE SHOOT, with it.


    Gary Bryant
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  3. Jimmyc

    Jimmyc TS Member

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    I think tge k80 is a better made gun. But it costs more and doesn't "work" for everyone. I've shot a blaser recently and I'd look real hard at it. My CG was a sporting model and it was nice but I had a couple of issues w/it. If I didn't have a k80 I'd buy a blaser super trap. But it boils down to what you want and what shoots for you.
    Jimmy
     
  4. Slugo

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    I shoot trap the least. I'm primarily a sporting clays shooters with just enough skeet to keep my timing in order...
     
  5. goose2

    goose2 Well-Known Member

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    I had a Blaser super trap and now have a K 80 trap special. Not saying anything bad about the Blaser but they are not in the same league as a K 80.
     
  6. Setterman

    Setterman Well-Known Member

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    All the adjustment capabilities of the Blaser are useless unless you take the time to experiment and determine what works best. Few shooters have enough knowledge or patience to do so. They want the gun to shoot great right out of the box. After all the weight adjustments, my Blaser now weighs 10.50 pounds.

    I owned a K-80 combo for 7 years. I now shoot a Seitz and a Blaser super trap for doubles, and my scores have gone up. The K-80 was not capable of shooting my high POI without looking down a "ski slope" on the rib, and I questioned if the POI "wondered" when the gun got hot.

    This not meant to be a slam towards the K-80. Everyone has different POI's, and "feels" when it comes to new guns. Personally, I think the Blaser competes equally with the K-80 in quality and design, and has more long term positives when it comes to service and replacement of parts if needed.

    But, all those adjustabilities are too complicated for some shooters

    Time will tell the story of the Blaser.
     
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