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Old May 15, 2010, 08:32 AM   #2
oneounceload
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The quality of the metal is a factor - how well certain parts were heat-treated is a factor. Double guns, especially SxS need their barrel regulated. Done properly, it requires a lot of hand labor - not cheap. Done improperly, one barrel shoots one place, the other to somewhere different - not conducive to accuracy or success. Triggers on cheap guns tend to be heavy, gritty and harsh, resulting in more jerking of the trigger. After barrel regulation, the balance and handling of cheap shotguns becomes the major detriment. Some liken the handling and balance to "A pig on a shovel". If you get a chance, try an AyA #2 at the same time as your Spartan - you'll see and notice the difference in fit, finish, balance and handling - all those things take labor and time - which means more money/cost
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