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which 410 ???

Discussion in 'Want to Buy/Trade Threads' started by g7777777, May 17, 2013.

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  1. g7777777

    g7777777 TS Supporters TS Supporters

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    I wouldnt get the 20 gauge- the tubes dont weigh the same plus you wouldnt be able to sell it if you change your mind

    Get a 12 gauge with tubes

    Gene
     
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    AYA side by side with 30" barrels....fun
     
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    Beretta Silver Pigeon 1, .410 ga, 28" barrels, choke tubes, case, three year Beretta warranty. POR
    Mike Battista
    727 410 5212
     
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    A lot would depend on what you are shooting now. A 12 ga. with .410 tubes might be a bit heavy. I have a 20ga. 30" XS Skeet with .410 tubes and like the weight and balance but Gene is right, it will be harder to sell it if I need to.

    Some dedicated .410s can be too light in weight. You might want to look at the Browning Sporting 625 in .410, they can be had with 32" barrels but you may need an adjustable comb for fit as I think they have too much drop at the comb for the average Guy.

    Good luck,
    Scott
     
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    For target shooting get a SKB . Built like a tank and has enough weight that it is not whippy .

    I have a Beretta , very nice gun , but too light for targets . Also have a Browning , nice gun also , just seems a little lite .
     
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    If you do happen to get an SKB .410 I have a set of Seminole extended chokes for that model that I would like to sell.

    Scott
     
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    Caesar Guerini Summit Sporting. Mine has .410, 28 and 20 gauge barrels. The .410 is my favorite. I have owned tubed guns, a Remington 1100 Sporting .410 and a Browning 525 in .410 gauge. The Guerini weighs 8 pounds with its 32" barrels and a Gracoil reducer with a Kickeez pad. My tubed 12 gauge guns were all over 10 pounds. At my age (almost 70) the 8 pound gun is the way to go.

    I have broken more 25 straights at Skeet with the Caesar Guerini .410 gauge than I have with all the other .410's I have owned together. It is a great gun.

    Jim Skeel<br>P/W Dealer/Distributor
     
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