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Sinkey #8130799 01/15/21 09:21 PM
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What’s the “best” Semi Auto shotgun gun ever produced? I was unaware that one random hunter could make such a decision for everyone who hunts.


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Like you said “ the best “ is subjective but if you put some parameters around it we could fit some guns into it. Personally I think the A-5

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1100 Remington or browning A5

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Originally Posted by rickym
What’s the “best” Semi Auto shotgun gun ever produced? I was unaware that one random hunter could make such a decision for everyone who hunts.


Not sure what the "best" is Ricky.....

I shoot a Benelli SBE and a Winchester 101, don't think they are the "best" but they get the job done and I shoot both extremely well. Never been a Beretta fan cause I had freeze up all the time duck hunting. It was very picky on what loads you could fire out of it. With that being said though. I am shopping for a new 28 gauge for dove, and looking at the A400 and the Ethos. Still trying to make my mind up. Both are very nice guns. But I do have to say, the Beretta shoulders and fells better than the Ethos. Need to shoot them both first.


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