I had a Grade III Browning Citori Trap gun that I wish I would have kept for Doubles. I sold it only because the Double Release trigger never worked from the Gitgo. I believe I would have done fine with Release/Pull. I have never been able to shoot with a Double Release and the problem is Me not the Gun.
My first TM1. Had Wenig Claro Walnut wood on it. Broke my first 100 with that gun. Wanted an MX8 combo and could not afford the combo without selling the TM1. That was many moons ago, but still haunts me.
Remington 1100 with a fajen thumbhole stock broke my first 100 with it. A guy that worked for me beg me to buy it and shot it well. During his divorce he took all his guns to his dads for safe keeping and his brother stole it and was sold it for drugs. Last gun I ever sold.
Another post for a long gone Remington 1100.... It was my first dedicated trap gun as a young man. D grade wood and not a mark on it. Shot it well for many years and actually won a State championship with it as a sub-junior a long, long time ago.
Sold it because I wasn't shooting it any more and had moved on to more expensive guns. Not the smartest move.
Nope not a single one for trap, although I would buy a Model 12 skeet back I sold that had been around the horn when I got it.
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After market straight trap wood cut way down then built back up with spacers and a thick pad.
Slickest pumping Model 12 I have ever handled to date, sure would shoot.
Only gun I ever sold I would own again.
If it had to be for Trap, the 870 I bought not long after my 18th birthday. Unfortunately, it was stolen (Wearing an 18" barrel and a Pachmyr Vindicator.) when I brought it to a party a couple years later in anticipation of some troublemakers possibly showing up.
I do wish I had my Win. 101 back, but I did not like shooting it for trap. It was a good pheasant gun, though.