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Dahitman44

the right gun?

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I consider the question every year, but have not gone away from my beneli 12 gauge all-around gun.

What would be the best gun for the money? side-by-side over/under brand? cost? gauge??

Just wondering what you guys think.

Thanks

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I still have the old 12 gauge pump, but last year I found a nice 20 gauge o/u for a good price. The fit is really nice and it sure is nice to have a lite gun when walking all day. I spent a lot of time at stores seeing how the gun fit to my shoulder and how it felt when you swung it up and side to side.

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The gun that you can afford or is paid for and has that perfect fit. I have gone through several shotguns over the years and the gun I carry 95% percent of the time is my old Browning BPS Field model with an english stock and a 22" barrel. I use it for grouse, pheasant and ducks and it works just fine. For sure there are better models and gauges better suited for a particular bird, but for me it fits great and I shoot it really well. Thats the right gun.

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