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b-rab2
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Franchi shotguns

Anyone own a franchi O/U? Looking at an alcione 12 gauge


Charter n Coke
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I used to own one. I was shooting in competitions, and it was my first OU. I sold it to upgrade to something fancier, but it was a good shooting gun. Not very intricate with the design on the receiver, but smooth swing to it. Cant hardly go wrong with an OU with so few working parts on them.


iwasthere
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My son has a Franchi 20 gauge semi- automatic. He has only shot it at a range though. It is nice and comfortable. I even like shooting it.


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b-rab2
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Any other brands I should look at for the 1k-2k range?? I am familiar with aya but nothing else. I have an aya deluxe no 2
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Ole Geauxt
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all my fake bird shooting buddies used to swear by their browning citoris, is that still a good or decent one?


b-rab2
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Still good.
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JAB528
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My buddy has the semi 12, think its the i10? its a sweet shooter.


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Charter n Coke
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Browning, beretta, cz, weatherby all make good 1-2k shotguns. Although weatherby stopped making OU, if you can find one of theirs from when skb made them out of japan, you will have yourself a gun


VetteGuy
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quote:

citoris


Can't find it...


Boats n Hose
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Preys on Gumps
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My duck gun is a semi auto I bought two years ago, it's a long shooter and kicks like a mule. Very light and tight patterns.

This is it: I 12
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Ole Geauxt
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quote:

citoris



Can't find it...
well, it's a sure bet you never found any clitoris either..


JAB528
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VetteGuy
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That's a myth, ain't it?


Like that g spot rumor...


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Charter n Coke
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wickowick
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Hit me up @gmail.com


wickowick
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I sent you something back...


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dawg23
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The other brands mentioned are good. Beretta and Browning are the most popular in O/U on the sporting clays/skeet fields.

With any O/U shotgun (especially the "inexpensive" ones) it's important to make sure the point-of-impact (POI) = point-of-aim POA) with both barrels.


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