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Old June 8, 2011, 07:06 PM   #19
oneounceload
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browning citori or similar guns but i also like to think that some of those big price tags are from the hand engraving and gold thats inlayed on the recievers. it makes for an amazing looking gun dont get me wrong but its probably not what you need for a first shotgun.
Believe me, REAL gold and HAND engraving is going to cost you about ten times what a Browning or Beretta costs......their decorations are machine done via computer

If anyone is remotely close to wanting to shoot clays in competition, then the Beretta or Browning is the minimum way to go..........even if you do not like it and decide to stop down the road, you'll get most, if not all, of your money back - something that won't happen with the cheap guns
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