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I watched the STS being shot at a local club near Reidsville NC. It is a nice looking gun and seemed a bit light for my taste.

That is about all I can tell you. Remember, we are right here at Remington.

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I got to shoot one last fall and I liked it a lot. I found the gun to be very lively and it worked well for sporting clays. I thought the gun was worth the asking price at the time and was comparable to other guns in the same price range.


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Dont think I can bring myself to pay that kind of money for a Sabatti made gun that Remington is most likely to drop later and have no parts for when I can pay less for a White Onyx Beretta 68x series.
 

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It IS NOT built in Russia. It is..as the poster stated correctly above...a Sabatti built gun. Beautiful gun. NOt sure that it is the best deal in its price range. I would drop an extra 500 and pick up something along the lines of a CG. I, too, fear that it is a gun that will be dropped in a few years. I have several Remingtons but it seems lately as if they are stumbling from one gun to the next trying to find something that works for their company and customer base.
 

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It is a nice weapon but the stock dimensions are bad for trap but would be alright for a more field oriented sporting clay shooter.

Overall it is a fine weapon but for the asking price it is not a good trap gun at all.
 
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