what would you get

what would you get

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    what would you get

    money no object. what kind of O/U 12gauge would you buy. something that can be used, and passed down as a family heirloom
    jersey no more.. im a texan now

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    Saiga 12g semi-auto w/ 10 round magazine.

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    Krieghoff are expensive guns,Browning,Ruger and a few other companys make decent Over/Unders that are priced in the 1000.00 to 3000.00 price range
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    Something in the Browning line would suffice...
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    Well I had a similar situation but I was buying mine for sporting clays shooting. I chose a Ruger Red Label Stainless Synthetic (which I don't believe they make anymore) over and under. They have the long choke tubes and it has served me quite well for years.
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    Beretta 686. Their 12 feels like the others 20s. And not a bank buster, either.
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    Money is no object? Two words (and it's your choice); Krieghoff or Perazzi. Yes, Brownings, Berettas, et al, are fine shotguns. But short of a Souza Grade Ithaca (investment only) if you were MY Dad, those are the heirlooms I would fight my sisters over.
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