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JagwalCrush

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Anyone looked at, ****, or own one? What can you tell me about them? I'm reading about the 20 and 12 ga. Little bit interested but would like any comments..
 
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Really good shotguns with a benelli bolt but updated to stop the “benelli click”
Overall they are top end guns with a lot of upgrades to them. If you like the feel of benelli you will line them, although I’m not a fan of the forend stock size (I like the M2 and SBE2 thin size much better)
 
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JagwalCrush

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Really good shotguns with a benelli bolt but updated to stop the “benelli click”
Overall they are top end guns with a lot of upgrades to them. If you like the feel of benelli you will line them, although I’m not a fan of the forend stock size (I like the M2 and SBE2 thin size much better)
I own SBE and SBE II. Happy with them both but thinking of trying one out, probably 20 ga. first.
Thanks!
 
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TNJones4530

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Have the retay 20 gauge.. zero issues with a couple hundred of rounds. It's inertia driven remember so it may need to be "broke" in or won't like light loads period. 7/8 loads wouldn't cycle for me but been using 1 Oz + with zero issues.. havent tried any 7/8 since.
 
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I held one yesterday for the first time! The 20 gauge was in the duck hunting camo( not sure what it's called) if it had been in the Bottomland pattern like the 12 gauge they had it probably would have come home with me. Sweet feeling gun! I am almost glad it wasn't, the last thing I need is another 20 gauge. Lol
 
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I held one yesterday for the first time! The 20 gauge was in the duck hunting camo( not sure what it's called) if it had been in the Bottomland pattern like the 12 gauge they had it probably would have come home with me. Sweet feeling gun! I am almost glad it wasn't, the last thing I need is another 20 gauge. Lol
I’m looking for a 20 gauge with wood so if you have interest in letting one go I’d be interested.
 
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Buddy likes his but they seem a little high for a Turkish gun to me 🤷🏼
Its built just as good or better than the Benelli or any of the other dystems than run it. Put ut up with any 2000$ gun out their.
 

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