In the market for a 12g semi auto with syntheatic stock for waterfowl so shooting 3" OR 3 1/2" is a must. Not looking to really break the bank. What do u have for sale/ what do u reccomend. Left side eject is a plus but not a necessity
Try stoger m- 3500 brand new for 700.00. virtually the same as a bennelli black eagle. Great gun at a great price
When i get in the blind...stuff dies
I got a mossburg 935 3"-3 1/2" semi auto. $450
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to exist at all when preserved by sportmen.The excellent people who protest against all hunting ...
are ignorant of the genuine sportmen is by all odds the most important factor in keeping...wild creatures
from total exermination." Theodore Roosevelt.
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olbarney had a very nice and cheap beretta extrema for sale not sure if it sold
How much for each Tin40?
thats definately a SP 10 in the last pic.
I have a mossberg 930. I love it Matta black with syn stock, gun is a dead shot. Only shoots 2 3/4 0r 3in but i think that 3 1/2 is really only good/necessary for goose and turkey. I know guys that use a 20Ga with 2 3/4 and drop ducks for days.The 3 1/2 cost more and kick out ass and ears a whole lot more and i think it is just unnecessary. Just practice shootin with your gun and if it flys it die as they say. Even got a nice 8 pointer last year during six day with tihs gun. I cant tell you enough how i love it and they are not that much new.