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Need a gun for doubles

Discussion in 'Want to Buy/Trade Threads' started by dds4horse, Apr 16, 2012.

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    I am looking for an over/under gun to shoot ata doubles. I shoot mostly handicaps and single and would like to have a gun to shoot occasional doubles. So I am not looking for a $2000 gun something plain and simple that will get the job done would be great. I want a minimum 30 in barrels. pm me thx
     
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    Hey, I've got a Beretta 391 I'll sell ya! :)

    -Gary
     
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    A Remington 3200 is a good doubles gun in your price range. There are a few for sale on the forum. HMB
     
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    Gary I heard yours kicks like a mule.
     
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    No, it's a very soft shooter. It actually belongs to a buddy of mine who shoots it like an ace, but he always seems to have "New Gun Disease." I can't wait to buy his BT-100 once he gets tired of shooting 99s with it.

    -Gary
     
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    My berreta is selling tonight so my backup gun is my stoeger coach gun. But should only be another 5 - 7 mos till i get my BT-99 back from browning. gary do you know if kevin is still selling his ruger o/u?
     
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    also the berreta flings shells..
     
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    Oscar:

    I'm not sure about Kevin's intent but I'd bet you could talk him out of his Red Label. Careful though, those are field guns and they shoot pretty flat with that straight stock. They kick a bit too.

    You're welcome to shoot by Beretta O/U any time while you're looking for one. 29.5" bbls, no center bead. I can't shoot for a couple weeks so email me if you want to borrow it before then.

    -Gary
     
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    Hello
    How about a 32" Browning XT with a countercoil, Adj comb, 4 chokes, ported, nice wood and case for $2000 plus shipping? Thanks Pete
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    Look into a used 30" Cynergy with the wierd kick pad with Mod-Mod chokes, smokes doubles, hardly any recoil. The day I bought i shot a 96, sad part is haven't shot it that good since but I'm working on it. Bought it from Tom Rhoads in Reno.
     
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    WOW pjh what a nice gun!!! just ran it by my wife she said no f in way wow I love it though...budget minded.
     
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    Remember Its always better to ask for forgiveness rather than for permission...
    shoot well! Pete
     
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    OK put your wife on here so we know just how much you really can spend ?
     
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