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Old February 14, 2013, 07:00 PM   #2
BigD_in_FL
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Good gun, well made -for trap you might want to consider a 30" barrel if they offer one -helps with the swing dynamics.

No matter which one, a trip to the pattern steel to see where it hits in relation to where you are pointing is in order. Some guns "float" targets, some do not.

And you are correct, a heavy gun will help with recoil reduction - the enemy of target shooters. Do yourself a favor and shoot the lightest loads that will work the gun - it will save you money and recoil pain
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