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    Quote Originally Posted by flatnose View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by PaulMooney View Post
    Couldn't help myself. Not sure what I'll use it for but it was too cool to let it sit in the shop.
    You did the right thing. Two hundred dollars well spent.
    Thanks! I thought so as well. It's got a place on my wall now. Too tall for the safe.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PaulMooney View Post
    Nice! I'm definitely going to be taking mine out to the trap range. Can't wait to see the looks I get.
    The funny part is on the next round i shot my usual Beretta 680 silver pigeon with ported 32" barrel, high rib, inletted adjustable comb and buttpad....and shot the exact same score.

    $3k vs $200. Proves its the shooter not the gun.
    Last edited by sunsetIE; 03-12-2020 at 03:19 PM.

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    I have a old Remington 1100 Goose gun that I use for turkeys late in the season when most shot are 25yds+ works for me.
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    Congrats on your Goose Gun! Hard to pass on it for $200
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    Quote Originally Posted by sunsetIE View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by PaulMooney View Post
    Nice! I'm definitely going to be taking mine out to the trap range. Can't wait to see the looks I get.
    The funny part is on the next round i shot my usual Beretta 680 silver pigeon with ported 32" barrel, high rib, inletted adjustable comb and buttpad....and shot the exact same score.

    $3k vs $200. Proves its the shooter not the gun.
    That's too funny. I love the picture seeing them on the rack together. I'm excited to get mine out.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PaulMooney View Post
    Nice! I'm definitely going to be taking mine out to the trap range. Can't wait to see the looks I get.
    Those clays will have powder burns on them...lol. Thanks for buying it, now I know what they look like. :^)
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