Discussion in 'Shotguns' started by irishlad, Mar 30, 2021.
That wood is VERY nice.
Yes- the supreme line is finished in nice wood- fit and finish is excellent- they are practical guns for the field but finished very fine- I would recommend-
CZs are heavy
Stoegers are LOG heavy bricks
SKB? Starting to get towards the OP's requirement re: lower-cost, but alas, again... heavy (7lbs 10oz)
Lugging that extra 1-2lbs around for a few hours in the field and for why?
Give a look to the Tristar TT-15 O/U series and so many others are voting the same I guess, try finding one!!
Slightly over 6lbs, chrome lined chamber & bore, five extended choke tubes, better then decent wood for a $775 out-the-door gun
Good luck !
I got to handle one in a store last week. It was marked $500.00. The gun fit me, seemed to swing and point nicely, and had a very smooth action - no binding. It also came with several chokes. I'm wondering if I let that one get away....
Look at the models made by AKUS from Turkey; they are basically the high end of Turkish makers
I bought a Yildiz (Turkish) 20 ga. O/U from Academy sports a few years back as a birthday gift to me. Primarily for doves. It's been a great gun. Super lightweight, tight and affordable. Looks darn good too.
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