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Old January 5, 2012, 01:05 PM   #3
BigJimP
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I would recommend you buy the gun that feels the best to you ...but buy the one with the most adjustability ( whichever one has shims to adjust the stock between it and the receiver ) ...so you can adjust the fit properly after you take it to the pattern board.

I don't know which model of each you're looking at --- but some of them have shims, and some don't ...

They're both solid guns ....although my semi-auto of choice is the Benelli --an inertia gun / but nothing wrong with the modern gas operated guns from Beretta or Browning. You should buy the one that suits you ...length of pull, weight, stock dimensions for drop at comb and heel, etc...and the one that looks the best in your eyes.
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