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SKB GC7 Trap or Remington 3200?

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by NJCOP, Feb 21, 2013.

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  1. NJCOP

    NJCOP TS Member

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    Remington is still in business. SKB is not but there is a parts supply that will last until I probably croak. That being said any thought to a used 3200 Trap vs a SKB Trap. Haven't seen either except on Gunbroker and here. Haven't shot either. I have SKB doubles for hunting and they are solid for this purpose but pounding on a trap line is a different matter but we are only talking target loads. If you shoot either let me know your impressions. Also, with a daughter in college and raising the other daughters 2 sons I am not in the market for a higher priced unit AKA Kreigoff, Perezzi, Kolar, etc, etc. Sorry if they spelling is shotty.
     
  2. alf174

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    The 3200 will hold resale - if you can, shoot both to see which one feels better.
     
  3. JIM SIMS

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    I've owned both ,both are Excellent guns,however

    I sold the 3200 due to parts availibility,also both

    are heavy apprx 9 lbs,I still shoot my SKB twice a week,

    Good luck on your purchase

    JIM
     
  4. CalvinMD

    CalvinMD Well-Known Member

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    The parts situation on an SKB is better and they STILL have great factory service despite no guns being currently produced..I still think that a new production facility will be found eventually..I'd bet that you can use the resale to your advantage as a way to leverage a great deal
     
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