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WTB..Superposed-Citori

Discussion in 'Uncategorized Threads' started by Husky44, Aug 8, 2008.

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  1. Husky44

    Husky44 Active Member

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    Well I finally decided on what o/u I want. I would like a Superposed in 12 or 20 ga. 26-28ā€ fixed choked full-mod. Belgium made. Would be nice if condition 90%+ but will be used for upland hunting anyway. Iā€™m in California so it would be shipped to an ffl. Budget flexible now. Thank you

    Domenic Audisio
    domenic_wrf@yahoo.com
     
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  3. Gregg535

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    I am not certain if this would apply to your area and be a matter of concern, but I read recently about large areas of upland hunting land in California requiring the use of non-lead shot because of the Condor's.

    If that is the case, than a Belgian Superposed might not be the best choice if using steel as they really weren't made for it and the use of steel will usually produce a raised ring on the barrel near the choke. Also, you mention a full choke, and that would not be at all compatable with steel.

    The newer Japan built Citori guns with screw-in interchangeable chokes might make a better choice if hunting with anything harder than lead.
     
  4. Husky44

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    I plan to move to our place in Idaho soon anyway..Screw the Condors!
     
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