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Hey I'm kicking around the idea of purchasing the Benelli Montefeltro in a 12 gauge. I've shot it about a year ago and I really liked it. I want your opinions on whether I get one with a wood stock and forearm or the composite stock and forearm. I use my shotguns for everything which includes: trap, skeet, sporting clays, upland, and waterfowl hunting. I don't use a specialty gun to shoot clays. I know there are pros and cons to both but if it was you buying one which would you pick and why? Thanks!
 

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I shoot a montefeltro 20 and absolutely love it in wood for dove and pheasant. it's light, reliable and fun to shoot. I've got an sbe2 and a m1super 90 in 12 and like them in composite mainly because I use them for waterfowl in harsh conditions. The thing I added and couldn't live without now is the Briley bolt closer button. Makes it more of a dream to shoot all 3.
 
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