I have a Winchester SuperX2, which is the twin of the Browning Gold. Great gun! No experience with the other 2 but from what I have heard the Beretta is a good choice. Heard too many stories about the 1100. Like, have a tool kit on hand with all the extra parts needed to replace whatever may fail.
I have a question for all who enjoy shooting shotguns and can possibly chime in here...
I am looking at getting a 20 ga for my girlfriend to shoot and I am sure I'll grab it once in a while too. Semi-auto is a must tho.. I have an idea of three choices and I am looking for input pertaining to reliability and function. I can not stand malfunctions!!!
Choice #1. Beretta 391 Urika 2
Choice #2. Remington 1100
Choice #3. Browning Gold Hunter
Let me know your choice and why.. Thanks gang..
Decided to join Waukesha Gun Club's summer sporties league this year. For a warm up my friends talked me into shooting a round of trap. I haven't done a round of trap in ages... Finished with a 22, I'll take that!
Went on to shoot a double round of sporties and I was focused and feeling good about the day. I ended up with a 49 and a 48. It was one of those days where I could have shot all day... It felt perfect.. Hopefully all of the up and coming weeks will feel the same. I am so glad that I shot winter league... not much rust to knock off.
Agreed Ed!!! Sporting Clays is a favorite of mine too! 5 Stand is a close 2nd for me. I will shoot trap and skeet but I can take it or leave it...
Work off the rust Tim, that's all we can do. If it wasn't for me shooting 5 stand all winter long I would really be out of form. I am able to roll into sporties pretty easily after the winter shooting leagues.. Gotta say tho, I miss shooting the 28ga in the 5 stand. Shooting the 12 at sporties is fun but hmmmmmm, I really fell in love with 28ga.
Started with a 20 on the 1st trap, OUCH! Dropped 2 on 2nd and ran the last 50 for a 93.That was in 16's. Handicap ended with an 88, ran the 2nd trap. Not good scores but rust played a major factor. Hit the targets hard, just gotta cut down on mistakes. It's still early.