Thank you. The pattern is laser etched. (I like how subtle it is)That is very nice looking! I like the pattern on the receiver, is that in the finish or is it etched on there?
:LoL::laughing::LoL:Meh! I would have gone with a Stoger for a while so you can be humbled. Now you’re one of those guys with the sleek purdy shotguns. I personally can’t afford that gun but you just go ahead and look good to you shooting buddies. I’m not jealous or anything. I just see you showing off so it hunts my feelings. I may have to impeach you from the forum. This entire post has been just a ball busting.
Thats a good looking shotgun! I’d love to try it out. Good luck with it and I hope you bust a lot of clays with it.
Went to fun shoot today; one of the squadmates was using a Stoeger Condor and doing very poorly until he borrowed his buddy's 390 and his score went a lot better.Thank you. The pattern is laser etched. (I like how subtle it is)
I'm with ya. Dont know that I would be lobbing an inch off the stock. That would hurt my feelings.
Too funny, If it makes you feel better I do have a $300 Stoeger 12ga O/U
I'd be happy to take it out in the yard and do some modeling shots of it for you.
Oh and don't make me send out mean tweets.
I had a Browning Ultra Sporting Clays. Back when they first came out. Sporting Clays getting going too. Did most of my hunting with it. Really liked it. Did everything I could to make it the best I could. Adjustable comb made into it. Cut the stock for fitting.
Had a Stoeger briefly. It shot low.
Maybe it's because I'm older? Also never thought of any 12 gauge as a 'fine' shotgun. I try out the Silver Pigeon's in 20 gauge. They're approaching a feeling of 'fine'. Fit me great. Feels great to me. Also know you have to buy one of these for right or left handed shooter. They put the comb on the stock a little away from center. I just really love these. Maybe get one someday?
The wood grain will be the determining factor on a break out on that lip. If the stock is quarter sawn, can almost guarantee the 'bump' will break. Check the lines and you will be fine.Yeah once you cut it off there is no going back. I was questioning the strength of the wood between the adjustable comb and pad after they cut an inch out. He showed me one and they guy has been using it competitively for years with no problems. Pretty sure this is what was on the gun i was looking at.
This is what i was concerned about possibly cracking.
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Nope the were originally intended to be used as Alibi skeet magnums. The light weight, moderate recoil made them the darling of the skeet range. The fact they have long legs and swing easily makes them excellent field bird guns. The only downside I have found is the rip off pricing at the ammo counter.28s are sweet for dove and quail
WOW. $1600 is a smoking deal.
It's brutal to pass up deals like that but that's the drawbacks to not being independently wealthy. :lol:
Just bought my sons a Tri-star Setter 20ga O/U. It was inexpensive and is very well reviewed.
We'll see. Should have it next week.
No rip off pricing. It is because they run small batch every year and there is no economy of scale in the manufacturing. Get the Win AA on sale and when Winchester is running their $2/box rebate and then reload them for about $3/box....:thumbsup:Nope the were originally intended to be used as Alibi skeet magnums. The light weight, moderate recoil made them the darling of the skeet range. The fact they have long legs and swing easily makes them excellent field bird guns. The only downside I have found is the rip off pricing at the ammo counter.