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Old 06-03-2014, 7:56 PM
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Old 06-03-2014, 10:09 PM
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Very, very nice. Good lookin' case too. Can't beat a quality O/U shotgun. Congratulations.
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Very, very nice!

Let us know how it shoots. That one is on my wish list.
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looks nice. might have to look into one. I'm looking for an O/U to add to the collection and recently had a Superposed stolen out from underneath me at an auction.
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Old 06-05-2014, 1:18 PM
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Took it out today and it worked great
fired every time
hell it worked better than I did
missed quite a few clays
oh well practice makes better
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Took it out today and it worked great
fired every time
hell it worked better than I did
missed quite a few clays
oh well practice makes better
Nice. Glad to hear it.
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Took my son (15yo) out shooting today and put another 100 problem free rounds thru it. Really liking this gun
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congrats. time spent with your son will be remembered by him in fondness.
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Great looking gun. Wanted one for the wife but ended up trading for a Weatherly Orion II in 20ga. Of course that meant I had to also add a 20ga reloader to the bench.
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Please keep us updated on the performance as you increase the round count!
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Here she is
Red label by usmcchet92_96, on Flickr
Nice! I'm curious about the barrel fit to the receiver. How tight is it when you open the action, do you have to help it along, does it open slowly on its own weight or is it loose enough to flop open?
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Nice! I have the old version Red Label O/U in 12ga. Mine is the Sporting Clays model with the 30" barrels. It has been a great gun, but I am not a high volume competition shooter. Will be interesting to hear how yours holds up, are you a high volume shooter?
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No I'm not a volume shooter
just got it because I always wanted a O/U shotgun
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Nice! I'm curious about the barrel fit to the receiver. How tight is it when you open the action, do you have to help it along, does it open slowly on its own weight or is it loose enough to flop open?
It will fall open unloaded real nice but if there is 2 spent shells you do have to open it with both hands

Fit and finish is real nice
maybe not high dollar nice but it definitely isn't a cheap looking gun
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I think you'll like it. I love mine, it was a present from about 15 years ago and I will never sell it. Has never broken, needed anything, it just works and feels great to shoot. If I miss clays, it is always my fault, I can't blame the gun.
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I've had one for 25 year and still is the first thing I grab for a trap shoot.

I hope you have a long and happy life with yours!
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I think they look nice but the older ones never impressed me because of how sloppy they felt when you opened the action. All of these that I handled flopped open.

Unlike a Beretta or Browning that are fit tight and fall open slowly. If the new ones work like this I'd love to have one.
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Now that a few months have passed, I'd like to know how it has continued to impress you, or not. Have you had the chance to shoot much since June? Thanks in advance.
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looks great, enjoy it.
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Now that a few months have passed, I'd like to know how it has continued to impress you, or not. Have you had the chance to shoot much since June? Thanks in advance.
Well few years now and I still really like it.
Shoot it a few times a year and have taken my son and his friends shooting and its worked great and definitely putting this with me keeper firearms
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