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Duck / Dove gun #5341080 10/04/14 05:10 AM
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im sure this has been asked before but here it goes again looking for a auto 12 gauge price dont matter. which one would you recomend. me personally i would rather spend $2000 on a wood stock gun to me they will hold their value than a plastic gun but i think its time to hang my pump up and get a good auto duck gun.

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Benelli SBE II or Ethos or Montefeltro, Browning Maxus, Beretta whatever

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Any of the above shotguns can be found with a wood stock and / or a number of other cosmetic features (engraving, etc)

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I like having a plastic stocked gun or two just so I don't have to worry about it getting wet. I'm pretty up tight when it comes to my guns getting wet.

Re: Duck / Dove gun [Re: JCLC43837] #5341180 10/04/14 11:48 AM
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If you get the Beretta A400 Xplor the stock is plastic encapsulated wood. No worries about getting it wet


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