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the K32 is a much better gun from both design and material --

the 3200 would have been a good gun except for a couple of critical design flaws and the use of cheaper material

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Agreed but the Rem. 3200, if it works for you and is free of any dilemmas, can be a terrific tournament gun for the price. Some of my very best years for scores were done with just one Rem. 3200 shot at all the trap games and at 5 and 600 bird weekends, week-long big shoots, and Police and Fire Summer Games in addition to appropriate practice. Would I trade my Kr. 32 for another 3200? No but the Krieghoff is much older and took twice the cash out of the pocket....breakemall....Bob Dodd
 

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Dave, are you sure you mean the 3200? The K32 was a take off (of sorts) of Rem's model 32, not the 3200. All Good, Break-em all. Jeff
 

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Copper all Krieghoffs are not the same

the problem is that you are asking a lot more for the one you have than it is worth


Regards from Iowa

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Dave - true

I wasnt sure if you knew what the trouble was- because I have seen a couple of posts about this- so I just thought I would comment

Have a great day

regards from chilly and icy Iowa

Gene
 
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