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Thinking about an SPR453

I have a Browning Gold, but was thinking about one of these. I have the SPR310 in 12 ga. and it's well worth the $ it cost. Anybody heard anything about these new autoloaders??

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No a benelli or FN and youll never look back again
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I have a Browning Gold, but was thinking about one of these. I have the SPR310 in 12 ga. and it's well worth the $ it cost. Anybody heard anything about these new autoloaders??

http://www.remington.com/products/fi...autoloader.asp
I have one of them. Its actually a Russian made shotgun that will shoot light loads to heavy loads, from 2-3/4" Shells to 3-1/2" Shells. Its a good field gun with an adjustable gas system (to allow you to shoot light loads to heavy loads). Mind you, these are no beauty queens to look at, but just all business.

The gun works great for Dove Hunting/Duck Hunting. (I've only used mine for that so far). The only issue I've had with it was trying to find a sling plug for the front of the magazine tube. I ended up having to drill out the stock one and putting a sling stud on it.

Personally I like the shotgun better than my 390, just because if I fall into the mud or the water (which can happen with duck hunting), I really don't care if I get this gun dirty, wet or scratched.

They come with Steel Full Choke, Steel XFull, Steel IC, and Steel Modified.

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Read a really nice article on English field guns.

900 manhours of labor in each one.

Cost? 50k.

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My dad has a couple of Benellis and given the choice I'll shoot my Beretta.

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