Well I’ll be darned ain’t that something !!!!I started registered in 1969 and have shot in 30 different state shoots, Las Vegas many times, San Antonio many times, pigeons, sporting and skeet in other words I have been around and nobody on this site can prove or disprove the actual truth so calm down.
Sounds like your main concern is recoil. If that’s the case, understand that there’s a lot of things you can do to your current gun to reduce recoil if it’s one you shoot well.Main reason im looking is to reduce recoil, so that is a very important aspect to keep in mind
But are there any for sale?Sounds like your main concern is recoil. If that’s the case, understand that there’s a lot of things you can do to your current gun to reduce recoil if it’s one you shoot well.
If you’re looking for out right reduced recoil, find someone who has an old Browning Recoilless and give it a try. Single shot bolt action with the recoil of a 22 long rifle. I have two, shoot them frequently, have no issues with repairs or breakage—but I keen them clean and serviced.
HEEHEEHEE That’s a good one Jaburg !!!!!!I can’t believe nobody has mentioned the High Standard Supermatic C1200 with twin bead free floating ventilated rib, cross-bolt safety, white line spacers, and deluxe recoil pad...... the best semi-auto in the Whole Wide World!
My aluminum receiver Buter with the shell catcher and ajustable LOP buttplate weighs 9 pounds 4 ounces. Remove those and the weight would be 9 pounds or a little under.Weight and balance, recoil, parts and service, and reliability = 391. The Butler has less recoil, is heavier, and cost about $5000 more, but is reliable and the shell catcher can catch 2 shells (Doubles), and has an adjustable rib up to 100%. The steel version weighs over 10 pounds, or at least mine does. Aluminum frame gun is suppose to be 9 pounds. My 391 weighs in at 8.5 pounds
Most won't invest $7000 in an semi auto, but the Butler is more than an semi auto. I shot a 1100 in trap for a year, and the cleaning and parts to keep it running got old, and they naturally shoot too flat.