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    hey guys I got a random question...

    if yall could choose from any gun to go duck hunting with and get it for half price which gun would you choose?

    Richie

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    Beretta Extrema 2 hands down.

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    I second the vote for Beretta Extrema II. Of course that's what I shoot so I'm a little biased.

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    Default Beretta Extrema II

    Funny, but I would also say Beretta Extrema II. Really nice guns.

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    I dont own one....YET....just out of my budget...Shooting a Stoeger Model 2000...but man that Extrema felt nice in ma hands....

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    I own a Beretta Extrema 2 and absolutely love it, plenty of shells have gone through it with no problems.

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    bennelli super black eagle 2

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    SBE2

    love mine!!!

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    Ithaca NID 10 gauge 2 7/8 inch loaded with bismuth or ecotungsten 4's or 5's jump shooting or over a small set of decoys on a small pond. Of course I prefer life in the past lane.

    Mart

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    Benelli superblack eagle 2 hands down. Its super light and ive never had a problem with it. Of course if it was up to me, my BPS 10 guage with improved modified choke is still wing king.

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    Third vote for the Benelli.

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    I just bought a stoegr p 350 havent shot it yet anyone else own one? how do you like it?

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    Benelli Cordoba.........man that gun is balanced.

    But for what I can afford...........Benelli Super Nova

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    browning auto is the gun for me

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    Super Black Eagle 2 . . .

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    Super Black Eagle 2 . . Its a Work Horse and a pleasure to handle. I like my Ruger All Weather - But it's hard to reload in a layout blind. Heck, more waterfowl have hit the grill with a 870 or a model 12 then all the SBE ever made. What ever trips your trigger.

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    Any will do as long as it is a Holland & Holland.

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    SBEII's get too much hype....Really...a cryogenically treated barrel....We're talking about a freaking shotgun here....If it improves accuracy so much how come you dont see it more commonly used in centerfire rifles...

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    super black eagle II. the only shot gun worth buying. i have had mine 3 seasons and loved every minute of it. also talked 2 buddies into buying it and they both love them

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    A triple barrel 12 gauge would be sick
    I choose to fly fish, not because its easy, but because its hard.

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