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picked up a new Browning...

Discussion in 'Shotguns' started by Old Unc', Jun 26, 2012.

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  1. Old Unc'

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    IMO the only real difference between the sporter and the field version is the length of the barrels. Basically, they are the exact same gun. Minor differences; adjustable trigger, choke tubes, porting, sights...
     
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    These guns are nice!

    I just purchased an A400 Xtreme for hunting but also went to Briley yesterday for a set of choke tubes. I hope to get into skeet and eventually sporting clays with the A400 and then switch to an O/U at some point.
     
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    Beretta makes some of the the softest shooting autoloaders. I prefer inertia driven autoloaders myself, because they take nothing to clean, maybe twice a year...
     
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