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  1. ljutic73

    ljutic73 Well-Known Member

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    Mike,
    I have shot a Browning ST-100 for doubles for 28 years...the one with no side ribs and the adjustable POI. The gun is quite light and I think Browning missed the boat by not offereing the gun with 32" or even 34" bbls. I have handled a Caesar Guerini sporter with 34" bbls and it didn't feel front heavy at all. I like the concept Browning used to build the ST-100 bls. and wonder why another manufacturer hasn't adopted it. I know of several of the guns that have been used very successfully in sporting clays and the POI can be easily changed for shooting ATA doubles. I've also shot bunker with mine and it swings very well.

    Ron Burr

    Alberta
     
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