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I found a beautiful Browning 425 tonight 30" OU for $1050. I don't know much about this gun. It has screw in chokes and is ported. I will definately have to have the stock cut for length and probably will need to have an adjustable stock done. The stock has a couple of handling/usage marks, but more than likely would be unseen once I have the stock shortened.
Is this gun good for trapshooting? Is this a good price? I would appreciate any input. Thank you
 

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If the gun is in good condition, it is a good price...when we closed our store,
about 10yrs ago, the B-425 was our best selling Sporter. The gun at that time went for around $1500.00.
You will need an adjustable comb on the gun because it will probably be too flat shooting for trap. The factory LOP was way long, but no big deal, just have it fitted properly.

Good luck, puablo
 

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with an adjustable comb and a kickeez sporting clay pad, you will have a very good all around gun for trap, 5 stand, sporting clays and even skeet. fwiw. jm
 
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