Thread: 11-87 vs SA20
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Old January 16, 2018, 10:18 PM   #3
sils79
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Join Date: September 13, 2005
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my opinion

I picked up an 11-87 a couple years ago specifically for waterfowl. I didn't want to drop a load on a 3.5 inch chamber and picked up a nice 80's model 11-87 for about $400 even. I bought a bag full of o-rings for about $5 and have only replaced the one, but I have about 20 year's worth if I replace them every year. I keep it clean and it works. It is so easy to shoot, I picked it up and started killing birds, course I grew up on an 870 and it points pretty much exactly the same, just softer shooting. For my money, it was fantastic value.

Get your wife a semi auto, they shoot softer and she will want to shoot more, just get a wrap from mossy oak and she can have the whole damn thing in camo pink.

Mossyoak
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