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Beretta 686 and White Onyx in .20 gauge and my pet Remington 1100.
 
Posts: 75 | Location: Texas, USA | Registered: 12 August 2005Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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Hmm. I have only shot sporting clays once. It was a huge course with a golf cart provided to travel to the various stations. With the wide variety of shots that I saw, would the 20ga. not be a disadvantage? I must confess that I shoot trap with my 20ga Rem 1100 but I know at what distance I will be breaking the targets. With the SC clays course that I shot I did not know that.
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Posts: 10300 | Location: Jacksonville, Florida | Registered: 09 January 2004Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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During summer friend and I shoot weekly. Friendly shooting, very non-competitive between each other but striving for weekly improvement.
I shoot Beretta Black Onyx 12. He shoots a Beretta A400 20ga. Mine gets cleaned weekly. His starts clean and gets cleaned in September.
Wonderful course in Polson MT.
 
Posts: 229 | Location: Alaska to Kalispell MT | Registered: 06 January 2005Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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I've shot something like 60,000 registered targets since 1992. And I don't shoot nearly as much as the "devoted" Master Class guys.
I'm competitive in AA class, but when hunting season starts, sporting comes second.
I've shot them all: Beretta Autos (303,391,400),Beretta 686, Beretta DT-10L, Krieghoffs, Gambas, Perazzis and some I've forgotten- but have landed on a older set of high rib Perazzi MX-3 Special Trap Guns, one set up for box birds with fixed chokes and one for sporting clays with screw in chokes. Both with recoil reduction (Soft Touch and ISIS).


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