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WTB Left Handed 20 Ga O/U Skeet Gun for Wife

Discussion in 'Want to Buy/Trade Threads' started by HTSmith, Sep 13, 2013.

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    If she has the strength to handle a 7.5 lb gun, I would recommend a used Beretta 682 with 28" bbls. With 7/8 oz factory or reloads the recoil would be very modest. Its not that hard to pick up one of the older silver receiver models for $2K.
     
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    I didn't finish my response :(. An adjustable comb would take care of the left handedness. Also left hand beretta stocks are available from Coles, Midwest, and Beretta USA.
     
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    Not sure i want to part with my Browning Cynergy, Sprting Clays model, 30" barrel with 2 SK, mod and full chokes. Great skeet gun. Let me know if you want pics and what you want to offer.
     
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    Sounds like a good choice to me. While you are working on the stock don't forget the toe of the pad. Women often need a bit more cast here than men so the stock doesn't dig into their chest on right to left crossers. An adjustable plate works. A less elegant but just as effective solution is to just offset the bottom of the recoil pad a bit by making another screw hole. All I shoot at skeet is 7/8 oz of 8.5 or reclaim and I don't think I'm giving up anything but recoil. Best to you in the endeavor.