Theircommited10 wrote:Thanks for the replies folks. My consensus is much of the same.
I suppose Guys must have taken better care of their equipment years ago. Its a wonder how they did it all those years until synthetics came around. Wink.
Call me old fashion I guess . Although Ive shot a synthetic benelli that was given to me as a gift for quite a few years, I still prefer a nice walnut stocks with checkering.
XR-2 Fan wrote:Call me crazy but the wood SBEII's feel better shouldered to me than the synthetics.
Theircommited10 wrote:XR-2 Fan wrote:Call me crazy but the wood SBEII's feel better shouldered to me than the synthetics.
I agree. Cant put a finger on why either.
Cripple.creek wrote:I was also wondering this the other day because I was thinking of going back to wood. Do your wood guns get banged up more when you are out in the field? Interestingly enough they are cheaper in wood than they are in synthetic on the website... Does the wood on the SBE2 feel good or is it that almost synthetic-y feeling wood you sometimes find on newer guns. I would really like to get back to gripping grains instead of plastic. I miss using my old model 12 when dove hunting.
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