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#3061935 - 12/03/12 07:48 PM Re: Semi Auto Shotgun Advice??? [Re: Roost 1]
rem270
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I got a stoeger 3500 and like it alot.
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#3061957 - 12/03/12 07:56 PM Re: Semi Auto Shotgun Advice??? [Re: rem270]
jmb4wd
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 Originally Posted By: rem270
I got a stoeger 3500 and like it alot.


I have only read good things about them as well, despite the purist hating on them for being cheap!!

That Beretta 390/391 is a good looking gun as well, I didnt know of it, and going to research it too.

I love that SBE but that price hurts my wallets feelings!! lol
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#3061966 - 12/03/12 07:59 PM Re: Semi Auto Shotgun Advice??? [Re: jmb4wd]
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Of the ones you mention, Beretta.
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#3062014 - 12/03/12 08:11 PM Re: Semi Auto Shotgun Advice??? [Re: CBU93]
william martin
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my son has a charles daley field and it is a great gun
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#3062180 - 12/03/12 09:28 PM Re: Semi Auto Shotgun Advice??? [Re: william martin]
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I have an 11-87 premiere and a Browning A-5(old Belgium), The Remington is much nicer on the shoulder for sure. Never had a problem with either

I hear good things about Benelli

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#3062673 - 12/04/12 09:29 AM Re: Semi Auto Shotgun Advice??? [Re: FULLDRAWXX75]
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it really comes down to a few simple questions.

1. Do you want a gas operated semi or an inertia system. The inertia system is MUCH easier to break down and clean however the trade off is higher recoil then a gas operated.

2. Do you prefer an american gun vs imported?

If beat your guns up and are hard on them like me the benelli/stoeger system is very hard to beat, it has very few moving parts and can be broken down and cleaned in seconds.

the 11-87 is a classic and is a very good gun as well so you wont go wrong with that choice either.

FOR THE MONEY IMO the Stoeger M3500 is a beast of a shotgun that can do all you want to do. I have gotten some wicked patterns out of it for turkey hunting and have put it through pure hell duck hunting and it keeps on preforming with no issues.

I WILL have a SBE2 at some point in my life, after using them for years i just have become a very big fan of the benelli system and its simplicity.
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#3062703 - 12/04/12 09:48 AM Re: Semi Auto Shotgun Advice??? [Re: REN]
jmb4wd
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 Originally Posted By: REN
it really comes down to a few simple questions.




If beat your guns up and are hard on them like me the benelli/stoeger system is very hard to beat, it has very few moving parts and can be broken down and cleaned in seconds.


FOR THE MONEY IMO the Stoeger M3500 is a beast of a shotgun that can do all you want to do. I have gotten some wicked patterns out of it for turkey hunting and have put it through pure hell duck hunting and it keeps on preforming with no issues.

I WILL have a SBE2 at some point in my life, after using them for years i just have become a very big fan of the benelli system and its simplicity.


Thanks REN, this is along the lines of what ive been think too. I shot by buddies SBE2, and yes it is awesome, but I just cant see it in the budget right now.

Thanks guys
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