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What is the general assessment concerning Remington STS Competition over/under shotguns ?

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Hi, I have one and have found that it is a flat shooting gun. My son shoots in the AIM program with it. He does really well with it. I like a higher shooting gun. I had an ejector sear round off on it and the only place to get parts is a company in south florida. It is not actually made by Remington but by an Italian company. Sabatti I think. I think it is a better sporting clays gun than a Trap gun. HTH

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I think I got the last 30" one in the country (maybe). Dicks (Columbus, Oh.) got it in from Texas I think. It was a wall hanger in their store. I was told that the last cache Remington "found" hidden in their warehouse went to Dick's. Anywho I have one and am fairly satisfied with it. For $1136 out the door I'm not complaining. Ducky is right gun is made by Sabatti in Italy. Looks like an Italian gun but the fine finishing is not nearly as good. Bluing has rubbed off in a spot or two (small) and the trigger has some slop to it but as I said it is a $1200 O/U. I shoot it at sporting clays along with my Browning gold auto. Good gun for the price.

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Guns Unlimited in Omaha bought the last of them from Remington. They still have a few 28". They are on their website and in their add in Trap and Field.
 

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As stated yes it shoots flat and IMO a bit low. I have one and love it. I wouldnt use it for trap but use it all the time for sporting and skeet and love how light it is and quick to pull around. I added a adjustable comb to it and have it jacked up to get the POI up and it shoots fine. I have 7-800 rounds through it trouble free and yes Guns Unlimited a 995.00
 

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I have one of the 32" ones with the adjustable comb. I like it for skeet and sporting clays. Shoots too flat for more than an occasional round of trap.

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