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    What is your favorite trap shooter?
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    Ithaca SBT Sousa grade...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bear View Post
    Ithaca SBT Sousa grade...
    Aren't most of those in a Museum by now?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bear View Post
    Ithaca SBT Sousa grade...
    Quote Originally Posted by Tearbear View Post
    Aren't most of those in a Museum by now?
    Oh wait a minute...you could have gotten this whole set for $70,000 back in the year 2000
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    Lol....not all in museum....

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    Easy... my Remington 870 "tactical" gun. I just drop the 28" vented rib trap barrel on it and head to the range. Only guy there who runs trap using a sidesaddle and tactical loading between targets. But mainly, I just love to shoot my 'cheap' carry gun and do just as well as the 4 other guys standing there with their fancy $2000+ O/U trap guns.
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    My curreny favorite is a 12ga. Remington 1100 Skeet B; Trap is just a barrel change. It also serves as a field gun during dove and quail season. Use a Remington Express 870 for duck and goose season.
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    When I got serious in the early 80's it was a Perazzi TM1 32in for singles and Rem 1100 Trap for Dbls....

    Higher grade guns can make a difference and help a very good shooter advance, however they can't make a bad shooter a great one!
    I broke a 274 out of 275 in our state 16yd championship one year with the TM1, chap that beat me with a 275 straight was an old boy shooting a worn shiney win mod 12 pump gun!
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    beretta xtrema 26 inch barrel mod choke
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    but its because I refuse to pimp products for free.

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    Remington 3200 with briley thin wall choke tubes

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    Nice to see another 3200 shooter!

    I've had a couple of favorites over the years: field grade 1100, Super X-1 Trap, and my current Remington 3200. My dad all but retired his 3200 Special Trap (still uses a couple of others for skeet and sporting clays) when he picked up a 90T. Now he shoots a Ljutic, so I'm angling for the 90T.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dan in Alaska View Post
    Now he shoots a Ljutic, so I'm angling for the 90T.
    Don't see many "space gun" shooters anymore !
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    It's the only one I got so it's my favorite.......for everything...!!!

    My old Browning B-80....
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    Quote Originally Posted by brav01 View Post
    Don't see many "space gun" shooters anymore !
    Nah, he picked up a used Mono Gun a few months ago. I don't know that I've ever seen a Space Gun in the flesh before, just pictures.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dan in Alaska View Post
    Nah, he picked up a used Mono Gun a few months ago. I don't know that I've ever seen a Space Gun in the flesh before, just pictures.
    I got my hands on one many moons ago - ugly as all get out but actually felt OK to shoulder. Not one I would ever own, I want them to look nice and that gun just gat in the UGLY line at birth!
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    Browning B2000.

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