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jakeLC
October 12, 2012, 09:49 AM
im looking for a new shotgun and i was wondering if anyone on here knew of any 28 gauge over unders for under 1000. Are there any out there you would suggest

oletymer
October 12, 2012, 09:59 AM
Under $1000, no.

PetahW
October 12, 2012, 10:07 AM
Not when a new small-frame Perazzi MX-28b is $13,000.00

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jakeLC
October 12, 2012, 10:31 AM
i know they are out there because the CZ readhead minis in 28 gauge are around 900 online im just wondering if anyone knows of any others or has any experience with them. I understand that the perazzi is expensive but that is understandable, after all its a perazzi

BigJimP
October 12, 2012, 11:16 AM
Browning has some guns ...especially in their line of field grade Citori's like the Lightning series...that are available in 28ga.....they'd be a much better buy than anything CZ has ever made, in my opinion....

New, they're a little over $1,000..../ but in shotguns, you get what you pay for in my opinion.

On a budget, Browning also makes a BPS Hunter model in a 28ga ...for around $600 ...and its a good buy as well...

dalecooper51
October 12, 2012, 05:35 PM
You could also take a look at SKB. They have ceased manufacture about 2 years ago, but are good quality guns. There are a number of them on Guns International, but I didn't look at the prices.

How much are you planning on shooting this gun? Do you reload for 28ga? If you aren't set on a 28, there is always the 20ga and you could easily load 3/4 oz shells.

Mike Irwin
October 13, 2012, 06:14 AM
Stoger has just announced a 28 gauge Condor, one with 24" barrels, the other with 28" barrels, both with screw in chokes.

MSRP is Under $500.

http://www.stoegerindustries.com/firearms/stoeger-condor.php

See items 31031 and 31032.

Condors aren't top of the line shotguns, but for the money they are a pretty good value.

jakeLC
October 13, 2012, 09:57 AM
How much are you planning on shooting this gun? Do you reload for 28ga? If you aren't set on a 28, there is always the 20ga and you could easily load 3/4 oz shells.
I try to get to a shooting range a few times a month, but i dont reload i would like to start just have not had the chance. I like the 20 gauge and i have 3, a kahn, a stoeger, and some russian single shot my uncle gave me a while back.