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Ccole23
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Blaser shotguns

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Hi do any of you have any hands on shooting experience with the Blaser o/u shotguns? I have several Brownings, Berrettas and Fausti but am looking for a new 28 gauge O/u that is on par with my Purdy sxs.



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I am on my second F3 and can’t fault them

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Ccole23 wrote:
Tue Dec 10, 2019 12:43 am
Hi do any of you have any hands on shooting experience with the Blaser o/u shotguns? I have several Brownings, Berrettas and Fausti but am looking for a new 28 gauge O/u that is on par with my Purdy sxs.
I had an F3 and shot it well, I'm now shooting sporting clays competitively and moved to a Beretta DT11 Bfast Lusso but I don't shoot it any better than my Blaser so I kind of regret moving.
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Post by ebrownw2 »

I have a F16. I like it but since they only come in 12ga my feedback won’t help you much in your search for a 28. I wish they came in 16ga. I would like a nice O/U 16 but they are few and far between.

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I do love 16 gauge it's unfortunate that has never really caught on here in the us

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