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Old 06-16-2019, 02:40 PM   #11
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Originally Posted by oneounceload View Post
Many clubs have guns for rent; if not, then find some folks at your local club who DO have them.
Before though, you go to the store and buy a flat of nice ammo, like Win AA or Rem STS and take it with you. You make friends, offer them a box of primo ammo as a thanks for letting you shoot a round of trap/skeet through their gun. You shoot the same ammo, and if they reload, you give them your empties as well.
While you're at it, try a few other brands, even some out of your price range if possible; it will give you a better idea of what is available.
AND after all that, you'll have some new shooting buddies.....
This is your answer. I got the 725 Browning but the clincher for me was shooting a round of Sporting Clays with it before buying.
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Old 07-27-2019, 10:25 AM   #12
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where to buy 725?

I have been shopping for a 725 HR Adjustable 32"
#0136243009 everyone and where I check they are out of stock.? any suggestions?
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Old 07-27-2019, 02:26 PM   #13
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Originally Posted by rbdjr View Post
I have been shopping for a 725 HR Adjustable 32"
#0136243009 everyone and where I check they are out of stock.? any suggestions?
Try these places:
https://www.kitterytradingpost.com/n...n-1011249.html
BROWNING CITORI 725 SPORTING HIGH RIB 12/32" ADJ. - Guns Unlimited
https://www.gunbroker.com/item/817262672
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Old 08-05-2019, 06:32 PM   #14
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I was told at my gun club today that there's a week long clays match at sparta Illinois going on & venders have demo shotguns on hand for shooters to try, including some perazzis.
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I was told at my gun club today that there's a week long clays event at sparta Illinois going on & venders have demo shotguns on hand for shooters to try, including some perazzis.
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Old 08-07-2019, 01:38 PM   #16
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Sounds like The Grand which is the ATA (US Trap) National Championships.
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Good pneumatics. And the price is not big. I purchased it in an online store, there is a more amazing list. It looks great, it looks exactly the same as the combat Beretta 92. The drum capacity is 8 bullets. The initial velocity of the bullet is about 130 m / s. One cylinder is enough somewhere shots at 55-65. I think this is a good indicator. The gauge is the most common for pneumatics 4.5 mm. In general, when you shoot him with indescribable feelings. Shot with a pneumatic makar, not that. Beretta is much better. Balon is changing fast. The case is made of black metal alloy. Lining on the handle of synthetics. The sight is generally excellent, once configured and that's it, and it shoots right at the target. Manufacturer Germany. I don’t know what others think about him, but I really liked the gun. Recommend. 12 thousand rubles for such a gun quite a bit. No cons yet. I have been using it for almost a year. I think I will use even more. Even if something happens to him, I will take Beretta again.
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Old 08-16-2019, 10:55 AM   #18
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fyI Beretta made Maryland Browning made Japan
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Old 08-16-2019, 12:55 PM   #19
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Originally Posted by Dead Last View Post
fyI Beretta made Maryland Browning made Japan
Not quite: Beretta is made in Italy and shipped to Beretta.
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Old 09-07-2019, 06:45 AM   #20
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The local shotgun clubs near me all have demo guns, not every model and manufacture but usually the more common and contemporary offers by the big names.

If you are in a club, chances are there are plenty of guys that will let you shoot their guns like mentioned above. Eventually, everyone gets out of shooting sports and offers their guns for sale, often to the membership first, before advertising them online or consigning them. Really high end guns usually go to auction.

I just picked up a Citori XS in .410 (90%+ condition) from a club member that has too many guns, too many aches and pains and not enough time/pension to shoot much anymore. He let me shoot a round of skeet with it first and even provided me with a box of shells to try the gun.

Opportunities are everywhere if you look for them. But also, like has been said, fit is everything.


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