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New Win 101 - Made in Belgium - Info Please

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by franko, Apr 13, 2010.

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  1. franko

    franko Member

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    Anyone have any experience with this gun? Their web site is pretty sketchy.

    Is it an updated Select Energy?

    Frank O'Brien
     
  2. pufftarget

    pufftarget Active Member

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    It's a select energy w/o the scallops and with more conventional wood and a narrower rib. I'll sell you a 30" select energy trap w/ extra chokes for $1000.

    Chuck
     
  3. franko

    franko Member

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    Thanks . . . that is what I guessed . . . . .

    What about the SE . . . . Would you care to give us your thoughts about quality, etc.?

    F . . .
     
  4. colonel klink

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    I've had a select energy for several years now. Had a problem with the forearm iron coming loose but Browning fixed it up under warranty promptly & all has been good ever since. I don't shoot mine regularly but I shoot with people that have them & shoot them every week & also have had no problems. With Browning being the owners/warranty providers I don't see how a person can go wrong for the money. The 101's are just a rebadged/overpriced SE in my opinion. Colonel
     
  5. pufftarget

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    I bought the gun as a back up but it is more muzzl heavy than my primary gun. I like the wide rib and the porting really works to lessen recoil.
    The chokes are Citori plus, so easily obtained. All in all a very good value and in line w/ the colonel's comments.

    Chuck
     
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